Clay native starts Warrior's Muskie Hunt to help veteran's

March 29, 2024

Warrior's Muskie Hunt is a non-profit organization that helps veterans with PTSD and other service-related injuries through outdoor activities such as muskie fishing.

President Bryan Harris, a native of Clay County and fellow veteran, founded the organization with the goal of providing a therapeutic and healing experience for veterans.

“The program focuses on building camaraderie, providing a sense of purpose, and creating positive memories for participants,” Harris said. “By bringing veterans together in a supportive and encouraging environment, Warrior's Muskie Hunt has helped numerous veterans overcome their struggles and find a renewed sense of purpose and hope.”

Warrior's Muskie Hunt is an incredible non-profit organization that is changing the lives of veterans who suffer from PTSD and other service-related injuries.

Through the power of outdoor activities, such as muskie fishing, President Bryan Harris and his team provide a therapeutic and healing experience for veterans who have sacrificed so much for our country.

By fostering camaraderie, purpose, and positive memories, Warrior's Muskie Hunt helps veterans overcome their struggles and find a renewed sense of hope and purpose.

“This program is an amazing way to support those who have given so much for our country, and I highly recommend it to anyone who is looking for a way to make a difference in the lives of veterans,” Harris said.

If you would like to contribute and help the organization, you can contact Bryan Harris on Facebook at Warrior’s Muskie Hunt.