Ken's Power Caster is a fishing accessory device designed for use by individuals with severe physical disabilities or spinal cord injury. This fully-automated device enables users to independently cast out their line, hook, fight, retrieve and land fish. The universal mounting bracket can be secured to almost any accessible surface (i.e. a wheelchair, boat rail, dock rail, etc.) and allows the cater to turn and swivel for casting in any direction. The unit consistently casts a large wooden bobbe
Power Fish'n Pro is a hybrid electric fishing reel designed for adults and children with upper extremity disabilities. The Power Fish'n Pro features a Shakespeare spinning reel fitted with an electric motor to facilitate the fishing experience. This gives the user the ability to manually hand crank the line in, or retrieve it automatically with the touch of a switch. The electric option allows users to fish longer without reaching fatigue.
Reel Cranker Hand Device Left Hand Finger (without additional wrist support) is designed for use by individuals with fine motor and limited grasping abilities associated with arthritis, stroke or nerve injuries. This device allows the user to slide the tube over the handle of the reel and easily reel the fish in.
Reel Cranker Hand Device Left Hand Finger with wrist support is designed for use by individuals with fine motor and limited grasping abilities associated with arthritis, stroke or nerve injuries. This device allows the user to slide the tube over the handle of the reel and easily reel the fish in.
Van's EZ Cast is a one hand fishing reel and rod holder with an automatic fishing line regulator designed to allow independent casting and reeling by persons with limited arm or hand movement because of paralysis, arthritis, or stroke. The EZ Cast consists of a two-piece medium action graphite composite rod, aluminum casting device, chair arm holder, and two clamps. A splint ma be required by individuals with no wrist or finger movement (not included). The fishing rod system works on the right o