Video: Casting 4 a Cure on the South Fork

Here’s a great video shot during a Casting 4 a Cure event in Victor, Idaho, last month. Floating the South Fork of the Snake with guides from WorldCast Anglers, these folks get into some excellent dry-fly and nymph action, while raising money for a great cause.

Casting 4 a Cure is a nonprofit organization that raises funds for research on Rett Syndrome, a childhood neurodevelopment disorder that affects young girls almost exclusively. Founded by Beth and Bill Farnum, whose daughter Ella suffers from Rett, and their friend Jim Copeland, Casting 4 a Cure holds fly-fishing events throughout the West and has so far raised more than $250,000. WordlCast Anglers’ Mike Dawkins, the guide featured in most of this video, sits on the C4C Advisory Board.

Click here to learn more about Casting 4 a Cure.

Guide Mike Dawkins and client celebrate a good fish during the Idaho event.

2 thoughts on “Video: Casting 4 a Cure on the South Fork”

  1. A great cause! Some great fish!

    I’m surprised you didn’t know that the ‘client’ is Hilary Hutcheson, host of Trout TV.

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