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LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - An amazing fishing inspiration needs your help.

Despite having both his legs below the knees amputated, all his fingers on his left hand taken away, and only having portions of his fingers on his right hand, there isn't anything 26-year-old Hunter Baughman can't do, and that includes fishing!

Baughman is the director of funding for Dream Catcher Outdoor Adventures, which is a non-profit that takes physically disabled and terminally ill adults and children hunting and fishing at no cost.

"Pretty awesome, to show them this is how it needs to be. This is what you can do; just be patient and put your mind to it," he said.

If you'd like to help, Dream Catcher is hosting a fundraiser this Saturday, Sept. 14 at Little Rock First Church of the Nazarene. That's at 1200 N. Mississippi Street, and doors open at 6 p.m.

There will be live and silent auctions, prizes, and a BBQ dinner. Individual tickets are $25, couples $40, full tables $120, kids 6-12 $10, and kids under 6 are free.

Contact Baughman for more information at (501) 580-2505.

You'll hear more about Baughman's amazing story, which includes his fight with bacterial meningitis as a baby. It's a Fishin' with Liz you won't want to miss, next week.

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