Our 2019 Folsom Lake event is in Memory of Logan Schwab, an incredible 22 year old whose passion for fishing will live on with the children at this event.

“We loved it so much! It was a huge blessing to receive the equipment and the boat captains were so patient and motivated to teach the kids a new skill. My son loved fishing and felt real special receiving the plaque, he hung it up on his wall as soon as we got home! More events like this are needed!”

“Awesome program that helped my daughter realize what she could do, helped us as parents see what she could do, helped the volunteers see what she could do, helped those watching see what she could do. Profound success.”

This is a C.A.S.T. for Kids event designed to provide children with disabilities, ages 5 – 17, the opportunity to enjoy a quality outdoor recreational experience through the sport of fishing. Take to the water with C.A.S.T. for an unforgettable morning of fishing and boating!

Event Location

Lake Folsom
Folsom, California (map)

Event Contacts

Event Coordinator
Elizabeth Hennecke
(916) 230-0354
Email

Video From A Memorable C.A.S.T. for Kids Moment

Event Itinerary

Our C.A.S.T. for Kids events include lots of fun and celebration! You can expect 2-3 hours of fishing, a delicious lunch and an awards celebration where your child will receive a personalized plaque. This is a day of fishing your child will never forget!

Thanks To Our Event Sponsors

JTR Insurance Agency LLC. Thompsons of Placerville, El Dorado Bass Club, Sportsman’s Warehouse, Best Bass Tournaments, Gary Yamamoto, Lews, Flambeau, Cadence fishing, Intel, Franklin Templeton Investments,

Read About Past Events

2018 Event Recap

The day started off breezy and chilly but by the time the kids were launching the wind had died down just a little and the sun came out to warm things up a bit. The kids were still all smiles and excited to be heading out on the water for some fun. While out on the water almost all of the kids either personally caught at least 1 fish or at least got to reel one in that their boater had hooked. The boats all returned by noon just in time for a BBQ lunch and the kids smiles now seemed to have turned permanent! The lunch was delicious thanks to the help from our Intel volunteers and BBQ master Luke Castillo. Plaques with pictures of the kids and their boater were handed out and then everybody went home with happy hearts!

2017 Event Recap