Brain Injury Alliance of Colorado

Adaptive Fishing – Lake Lehow

Join BIAC as we partner with Colorado Parks and Wildlife to offer some adaptive fishing opportunities. You will learn the basics of fishing, learn from experienced CPW staff/volunteers, how to adapt to participate, and knowledge on how to continue participating in the sport. This a wonderful passive sport anyone can participate in where you can enjoy the great outdoors with an amazing community.

Lake Lehow is owned by Denver Water and the fishing clinic program is managed by CPW. The goals of Lake Lehow are to provide the public with quality angling education opportunities, as well as inspire stewardship and appreciation of our natural resources.

*Limit participation to 2 opportunities per person to allow for others to try this for the first time.

Dates:

Thursday, July 7th: 8:00am – 12:00pm

Thursday, July 21st: 8:00am – 12:00pm

Wednesday, August 10th: 8:00am – 12:00pm

Wednesday, August 24th: 8:00am – 12:00pm

Location:

Lake Lehow

11250 Waterton Rd., Littleton CO

Cost:

$20 per day

all equipment, water, and light breakfast included in cost.

Discount available for $10 off per day. You must contact Michael to receive discount code (listed below)

Ages: 8+

What to Bring:

Water bottle, sunscreen, sun hat, sunglasses, comfy shoes or sandals, rain jacket or poncho (we do live in CO and weather changes quickly)

Contact:

Michael Zavala at michael@BIAColorado.org or (720) 907-1455 for more information or any concerns