In the states, the Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation States Program Team works with pro-sportsmen elected leaders through the collaboration of the individual sportsmen’s caucuses that make up the National Assembly of Sportsmen’s Caucuses and governors who are part of the Governors Sportsmen’s Caucus.
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Hunting and fishing tournaments are time-honored traditions that have grown on a national… Read More
Defined as the distance from an occupied dwelling, public road, or city limits that is… Read More
Over the last few decades, rising costs for natural resource management and increased… Read More
Established with the dedicated purpose of protecting and conserving wildlife, game… Read More
Anti-hunting, animal-rights extremist groups such as the Humane Socieity of the United… Read More
In recent years, hunting and fishing tournaments have come under fire by “animal… Read More
Active management, as opposed to passive management, employs the use of silvicultural… Read More
Poaching stands as one of the greatest threats to both the social acceptance of hunting and… Read More
Dogs play a critical role in the sporting community. One important role, blood tracking, is… Read More
Preemption is the process where a higher level of government revokes the regulatory ability… Read More
Your opinion counts
The use of descending devices to safely release your catch has shown they significantly reduce the discard mortality of fish caught from deep water. Reducing discard mortality in both the commercial and recreational sector will translate to more abundant populations and additional access opportunities for anglers. Do you support the use of descending devices while reef fishing to safely release your catch?Vote Here
- Yes. (50.00%)
- I am unsure, as I do not know what those devices are. (25.00%)
- No, I would only use such devices if the law requires me to. (25.00%)