Welcome to Ken Morrow's fish camp. Just like most other fish camps, this place isn't really about anything more than relaxing and connecting on a less socially constrained level. Sure, fish camps are centered around fishing. But that is the common activity that provides a setting and a medium for all that transpires at a fish camp. A wise fisherman once said, "Fishing isn't a matter of life and death. It's far more important than that."
Ken is the author of The Adaptive Fly Fishing Handbook (Rock Bass Media, 2012) and President of the Adaptive Fly Fishing Institute, Inc. (501.C.3). Himself disabled, Mr. Morrow specializes in teaching interested healthcare and education professionals how to augment their professional practices with therapeutic and adaptive fishing and fly tying (the official medical term is "piscatorial therapy") and in organizing and managing a variety of programs and special events for anglers with special needs.
November 29, 2013
Moving home to East Texas is proving to be the best decision we’ve made in quite some time, and it has been a nice change of pace from all of the moving around to places where we didn’t know hardly anyone or anything about the areas with the military. One of the nicest changes is […]
November 23, 2013
ANNOUNCEMENT AFFI, Inc., a Tyler, TX, based 501(c)(3) corporation specializing in accessible fishing opportunities and education for people with special needs, is launching an amateur fishing tournament team for disabled veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan. Prospective members must live within 70 miles of Tyler, TX, and must be provide a copy of their DD214 that […]
November 22, 2013
All this talk about “the greatest fisherman in the world” gets me to shaking my head and snorting quietly under my breath from time to time. People and their egos…not much is both as amusing and irritating at the same time! Let me tell you a secret about “greatness” and “mastery” of a discipline that […]