Sorry, I listed the wrong bridge. The area off CTR H is part of the park though according to the maps.
Went to Wolf River Crossing Park to find no fishing signs everywhere. Luckily someone was getting ready to launch and informed me to head down H and on the left side under bridge is public shore fishing.
Nice area if the boats followed the no wake rule. 3 boats of the 3 dozen slowed down. My 4yo daughter got the only fish of the day in about 3 hours, a decent sized bluegill. Covered area from car to fishing area, so rain isn't an issue.
3 port o johns, one handicap accessible. Can sit on ledge or bring a chair.
Try the Wolf River Crossing Park near downtown ... under/near the 110 bridge.
Gills Landing - take CTR F / Gills Landing Road east out of Weyauwega. The road leaves Weyauwega from just NE of the fair grounds if I'm not mistaken.
You might be able to fish out of Red Banks but I'd give them a call to see what their policy is. I can't remeber just how accessable their shoreline is though. For that matter I think their are a few campgrounds along that stretch (upstream of Freemont) that might work with you on this too. Most places will make some exceptions for vetrerans even if they don't normally allow something.
There are several spots along CTR X going into New London that have shore fishing facilities also... I think some are even Handi-cap accessable.
You could always make friends with someone that has a pontoon boat and likes to fish... LOL
My fiancée was paralyzed awhile back and some great friends got her a family lifetime membership to "challenge the outdoors" they are all great people and have a good amount ot outdoor activities including various fishing and hunting events where they make it possible for all to get out and potentially kill your own game and catch your own fish . It's a awesome thing to get into and the disabled are lucky to have such a caring orginazation