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A sign points to Saturday's Fishing Has No Boundaries fishing event for disabled persons, at El Dorado Reservoir.
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Disabled anglers take a lunch break at the Fishing Has No Boundaries event at El Dorado Reservoir.
Rods and reels await anglers.
Gladys Stubbs, seated, smiles as she tells of the fish she caught Saturday morning.
Guide Jim Bybee, left, smiles as he watches Fishing Has No Boundaries disabled anglers show-off some of their catch.
Volunteer Craig Johnson checks a baited hook.
Gladys Stubbs, admires a wiper she caught while fishing with Shane Eustice at the Fishing Has No Boundaries event.
Gladys Stubbs with her first-ever fish, caught at the Fishing Has No Boundaries event.
Betty Howardton with a small white perch.
Shane Eustice nets a fish while Craig Johnson helps Betty Howardton with her rod and reel.
Disabled angler Betty Howardton with a wiper she caught at Saturday's Fishing Has No Boundaries event.
Guides stand and watch as their disabled guests wait for fish to bite.
Betty Howardton waits for a bite. She caught eight or ten fish at Saturday's Fishing Has No Boundaries event at El Dorado Reservoir.
A passing flock of pelicans was some of the wildlife anglers saw at Saturday's Fishing Has No Boundaries event.
Volunteers help Betty Howardton aboard a pontoon boat that will take her fishing.
Steve Wallander, in wheelchair, is helped aboard a pontoon boat at Saturday's Fishing Has No Boundaries event.
Volunteers in boats await disabled anglers.
Disabled anglers, and their assistants, wait in line to get on boats to fish Saturday at the Fishing Has No Boundaries event.
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