“The opportunity given to the Service Members this weekend was astounding. Many non-profits and other organizations attempt to contribute to Service Members, your Program “Take A Warrior Fishing” actually contributed and influenced.” – Warrior, Canyon Lake, TX
This Take a Warrior Fishing event is designed to support military personnel and their families, specifically targeting persons assigned to Warrior Transition Commands, by creating an adaptive, community-based outdoor recreation experience through the sport of fishing. Participants will have the opportunity to spend a morning on the water targeting a variety of species of fish and will return to shore for a BBQ lunch.
All equipment is provided to participants and licenses are not needed.
Coronavirus Update: The C.A.S.T. for Kids Foundation is aware of the growing Coronavirus situation nationwide. Our hearts go out to all those affected by it. The safety of our participants and volunteers at C.A.S.T. for Kids events has always been our top priority, and we will continue to monitor the situation closely. Unfortunately, due to rising concerns, the Caesar’s Creek Event will be cancelled for 2020, but we will be back for 2021!
Caesar’s Creek Reservoir
Caesar’s Creek, Ohio (map)
Photos & Video From This Event
Thanks To Our Event Sponsors
C.A.S.T. Foundation, the Departments of Veterans Affairs, the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the US, Yellow Ribbon Program, and Warren County Veterans Service
Read About Past Events
2017 Event Recap
A 30 inch musky was caught out on Caesar Creek Lake. During this event we were honored by a three war veteran who served in World War II, Vietnam, and the Korean War.
2016 Event Recap
The 4th Take A Warrior Fishing event was held on Caesar Creek Reservoir on August 27, 2016. The event was coordinated for the 3rd year by Russell Curtis, Caesar Creek Park Ranger and Marine Veteran.
62 Veterans were able to participate, many fished from shore and some fished from boats, but most seemed to enjoy being around each other and catching up on old stories. Colonel Chris Beck, the Louisville District Commander, and his wife Sally attended the event and gave support for all of the Veterans attending. The event is very well organized and 33 volunteers assisted the Veterans with everything from coffee and doughnuts at sign in, to fitting life jackets and helping with fishing bait.
Lunch was provided by the J.T.M. Food Group and a live band entertained the Veterans as they enjoyed some great BBQ. Colonel Beck thanked all of the Veterans and all were acknowledged for their service.