CNIB Lake Joseph Centre and Blind Fishing Boat present a week of fishing!

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Join us for the first-ever Lake Jo Fishing Camp for people living with vision loss held July 12-18, 2009 at CNIB Lake Joseph Centre (Lake Jo). Guest speakers, seminars and on-the-water experiences will be sure to leave you with great stories, memories and a whole lot of new information on fishing techniques and gear. The week is being organized and led by Lawrence Euteneier, a semi-professional fisher, guide and person living with vision loss. 

Lake Jo Fishing Camp participants will have the opportunity to:

* fish for lake trout, small and large mouth bass, perch and other panfish;
* learn different fishing techniques including knot tying, rod and reel selection, fishing with soft plastics, spinnerbait and crankbait presentations and jigging;
* listen to special guest speakers and discover fishing secrets for success;
* and much more!

Each participant will receive a special award and gift at the end of the week. 

Participants will need to bring a fishing rod and reel (must be familiar with its use), rain gear, sun hat and your own properly fitting Personal Flotation Device (Lake Jo has PFDs to borrow if needed). Accommodation and meals, including a traditional shore lunch, is included, along with fishing lures and bait. 

For more information about the CNIB Lake Jo Fishing Camp, please contact Lawrence Euteneier at info@blindfishingboat.com. To apply, complete a CNIB Lake Jo reservation form available online at www.lakejo.ca. Include a short letter with your Lake Jo Summer Camp application explaining why you want to be part of the 2009 CNIB Lake Jo Fishing Camp. Cost for the Fishing Camp is included in your CNIB Lake Jo vacation fees. Please note that there is limited registration for this program. 

About Lawrence Euteneier
Lawrence Euteneier has been a fisherman for over 40 years and has developed the world’s first fishing boat for people with vision loss. For more information about Lawrence’s fishing adventures, please visit www.blindfishingboat.com.

About Lake Jo
Located in the heart of Muskoka, two hours north of Toronto, CNIB Lake Joseph Centre is a world leader in providing people with vision loss with life changing experiences. For more information about our exciting new summer programs for children, youth, families and adults living with vision loss, please call 1-877-748-4028, email lakejo@cnib.ca or visit www.lakejo.ca.

Excitement. Energy. Life changing experiences.
This is Lake Jo like you’ve never seen it before!
 

Located in the heart of Muskoka, two hours north of Toronto, CNIB Lake Joseph Centre is a world leader in providing people with vision loss with life changing experiences. Lake Jo’s innovative programming and partnerships excite and inspire children, youth, families and adults with vision loss as they meet new friends, experience exciting new adventures and leave with memories that will last a lifetime.

At Lake Jo there is something fun and exciting for everyone. From canoeing, kayaking, waterskiing, swimming and sailing, to exploring nature, fishing, arts and crafts, interesting off-sites, and sharing warm memories during campfire sing-a-longs, there is something new, exciting and challenging waiting for you every day. 

Camp is just around the corner so visit www.lakejo.ca to register today!  
Be sure to check out these exciting new additions to our summer camp line-up:

NEW – Family Adventure Week 
NEW – Kids Gone Wild! (8 to 12 years old) 
NEW – Leadership Development Program (15 to 21 years old) 
NEW – Active Adults  
 
Whether you register for one of our exciting new adventures, or enjoy your favourite camp week again this summer, we look forward to meeting you at Lake Jo!
 
For more information, please call 1-877-748-4028, email lakejo@cnib.ca or visit www.lakejo.ca.

Keep checking www.lakejo.ca for soon to be unveiled year round programs and weekends. Or, consider Lake Jo for your next meeting, conference or family get together.

1 Comment

  1. Darien Samaroo says:

    Hello Lawrence,

    I’ve been meaning to post something on your website for a long time and I haven’t had the chance, and for the most part, it slipped my mind. I caught myself watching a fishing channel late one night and decided to look up fishing for Lake Joseph and found your website in my search. I decided this would be the perfect oppurtunity to thank you again for the adventures we had on Lake Joseph. From the fun times fishing with Young and Victor, to the almost scary moments with the Glastron against the rocks. I learned a lot from you this summer, and I really wish to learn more sometime. It would be wonderful to explore the lake a little more next year, if we get the oppurtunity. Right now my plans are still hazy, so I am not sure if I will be back at the camp. I really am looking forward to fishing with you again sometime.

    All the best,
    Darien

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