Take A Bite Outta
Shark at the Moon asks you to
We decided to combine our love of fishing with our love of helping. We hold charity tournaments to help raise money for cancer patients and their family.
Our beneficiary for 2020 is going to be 16 year old Kensington and her family. Kensington was diagnosed in Dec 2018 with LARYNGEAL Cancer (throat cancer). She is youngest in United States to ever be diagnosed with LARYNGEAL Cancer and only like 10 children under 18 have been diagnosed in the past 4 decades at time of her diagnosis. They relocated to Texas from South Carolina because SC had no clue how to handle her Cancer in a child. The treatment at MD Anderson almost killed her more than once because Kensington is the only child they have ever treated with LARYNGEAL Cancer. Since being treated, she has had her voicebox removed and lost the ability to speak.
Her mom Kimberly has her own struggles fighting a blood disorder and an incomplete spinal cord injury. The rest of the family still lives in SC, so they are having to travel back and forth between Texas and SC for the holidays.
They need our help!!! So... we are going to help them. Kensi has a facebook page, Kure4Kensi. Go check it out, see if there's anything you can do. T Shirt designs will be released soon so be on the lookout for that.
This doesn't mean in any way we will give up on #Teammadison. But, Kensi and Kimberly need our help NOW.
As always, we appreciate your help and support! We could not do this without you guys.
One night, I was hanging out in the garage. It was going to be our first shark fishing trip. It was the night of a full moon and I was waiting for Captain Yak to return with the truck and our first shark deck. We were still trying to figure out a name.
Patrick calls me, Bark at the Moon playing in the background, “Get packed up because it’s almost time to Shark at the Moon!!!” I enthusiastically replied, “That’s it! That’s our name!”