Blind Fishing Boat

Blue Fish Radio Now on AMI Audio

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Some time ago I made the decision to let others take the credit for bringing Blue Fish Radio to the listening audience. I realized that while I could research, organize, record and edit each episode, there were others out there who could do a much better job at promoting the show. These broadcast channels include: Broadcasters: WRVO Reno Viola Outdoor Radio WRVO is a 24-7-365 web streaming service that features over 35 independent producers that all have the outdoors in…

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I Love My 6dot Braille Label Maker by Logantec.com

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Making braille labels by hand using dymo-tape can be a slow and painful process. It’s never something I look forward to, until now. I recently got my hands on one of the new 6dot braille label makers distributed by Logantech.com, and what an amazing device. I can now make Braille labels using the built-in braille keyboard quietly and effortlessly. The 6dot does all the hard work and cuts the tape when I’m done. Label making has never been easier. I’ve…

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Fly Fishing Streamers Blind for Colorado Rainbows Using Touch

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As my wife, two youngest, our two pups, and I were well into the second week of our 9-week 16,000 km tour of the western portion of the United States and Canada, there was no way we could drive by Denver Colorado without paying a visit to my good friend Lance Glaser. I first met Lance while co-organizing a fishing event with him in Miami for the No Barriers Summit. We took over 60 people with disabilities fishing, and then…

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Fishing Buddy has Gone Blind

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Gunther, I wanted to thank you for all your efforts with the blind fishing boat. I am 44 years old and my best friend and lifelong fishing partner lost his sight in a horrible accident. It was emotionally difficult for me on many fronts, but most hurtful as I stated “We will never be able to fish again”. However, in reading your article and seeing all that you have accomplished, my spirits were uplifted like you cannot believe. I know…

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Family Fun on Ice

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Family Fun on Ice By Lawrence Gunther Host Feel the Bite TV and The Blue Fish Radio Show   When weather conditions are right and the bite is assured, I gather around my family and begin the up-hill struggle of convincing them just how much fun they would have if they went with me ice fishing. Not always an easy sell. Remembrances of prior frigidly cold fishless days always seem to get rekindled, and before long the family on mass…

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On Ice with Your 4-Legged Friend

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By Lawrence Gunther Host Feel the Bite TV and The Blue Fish Radio Show   Whether or not to bring your 4-legged best friend for some on-ice fun can pose some ethical issues. Sure it’s fun to have your dog with you, but will the pup manage the cold?   Face facts, for most of us are dogs have grown use to indoor climates and don’t necessarily grow the sorts of heavy winter coats their ancestors once sported. Even for…

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Talking Tackle Depth Whisperer

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This past winter I received an email from one of the founders of Talking Tackle depth Whisperer. This led to our talking by phone and my hearing again a not too uncommon story about the potential benefits of having a talking depth sounder aboard a boat. These guys decided enough talk, and did something about it. The product they invented is one of the best examples of audio technology being applied to a fish finder that I’ve come across in…

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Training Fish To Walk

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Dr. Emily Standen has proven fish can be trained to walk on land and that they are naturals. Here how she replicated what nature accomplished 400-million years ago.

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CNIB Lake Joseph Centre Deaf-Blind Fishing

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The CNIB Lake Joseph Centre is a beautiful 22-acre beach-side facility located on Lake Joseph about 1.5 hours north of Toronto. In addition to providing intensive life-changing programming to people with visual disabilities, it has some great fishing to offer as well.   This year My good friend David Mingie and I travelled together to Lake Joe at the beginning of the camping season to train the new staff on running a blind fishing program. Over a three-day period David…

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Bass Club Steps Up to the Plate

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Dear Mr. Euteneier, Thank you for taking the time to read this email. Please forgive me because I’m not sure what I want to say to you. First let me say that what I have read online about Blind Fishing Boat has touched my heart and inspired me to reach out to you.   I’ve enclosed a photo of someone very special to me. His name is Darwin. He is a 46 year old bass fisherman and belongs to Osprey…

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