The Leader in Pro Bass Fishing News!
Facebook Twitter

Anglers help out at disabled hunt

Anglers help out at disabled hunt

Bassmaster Elite Series anglers Bill Lowen, Greg Vinson, Bradley Roy and Kelley Jaye were among the volunteers who assisted at a recent deer hunt for disabled children near Kellyton, Ala. (click on the photo to see a larger image). The event was put on by Outdoor Friends Forever (OFF).

"OFF has some property down there, and for the last couple years some landowners in the area have let them use their land, too," Lowen said. "It was my first year being involved with it, and I'll be there every year that my schedule allows.

"The deer hunting was pretty slow I think we ended up with three or four. One day we took them all to a lake to fish from the shore, and that turned out pretty good."

Two of Lowen's sponsors Buck Knives and Flambeau provided equipment that included hats, knives and calls.

To learn more about OFF, click here.

Latest News

  • Finding Some Solitude Was A Big Key

    Finding Some Solitude Was A Big Key

    By John Johnson BassFan Senior Editor There's a school of thought regarding tournament bass fishing in Florida that says if you're not around other

  • Going Off Script Paid Off For Castledine

    Going Off Script Paid Off For Castledine

    By Todd Ceisner BassFan Editor For his money, Todd Castledine says the current crop of bass anglers he competes against regularly in southeast Texas

  • Horton Dominated Early, Then Held On

    Horton Dominated Early, Then Held On

    By John Johnson BassFan Senior Editor Tim Horton's victory at last week's Lake Okeechobee Bassmaster Elite Series was akin to a race-car driver who