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Skip Smith photos of 2012 FHNB

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 A Winner at Fishing Has No Boundaries had its ninth annual event at Big Hill Lake for persons of all ages with disabilities. Everyone enjoyed a day of fishing, food, and fun. The event will began at about 8:00 am Saturday morning June 9, 2012. Click here to send a comment: Fishing Has No Boundaries had its ninth annual event at Big Hill Lake for persons of all ages with disabilities. Everyone enjoyed a day of fishing, food, and fun. The event will began at about 8:00 am Saturday morning June 9, 2012.

A quick breakfast and the fishing began will a surge in the activity. From a 19.5 inch channel catfish down to any size that could be measured was tallied as contestant competed for the many prizes from sponsors and supporters of the event.

The Cherryvale overlook number one was set up as base camp, and lunch was ready when everyone came in form the lake and the boats.

Anglers from all ages and abilities were able to attend and participate in the event. Through adaptive angling equipment such as pole holders, different kinds of electric reels, joy stick or chin operating, ramp systems to gain access to boats, wider pontoon boat doorways, reel grippers, and many other assistance angling tools two very different worlds has been brought together to learn as a unified team from each other by sharing the same passion and dreams.

A FHNB Inc. event is truly an unforgettable way to spend a day on or near the lakeshore with a new friend, relative, neighbor, co-worker, or a much anticipated comrade in the thrill of catching that "big one" no matter the size. If you are interested in participating or volunteering to help with the next event, please contact SEK FHNB P.O. Box 957 Parsons, KS. 67357. Or call (800) 688-5616. Many more photos at the read more link.

2012 FHNB photos by SKIP Smith

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