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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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
The first residential hunting licenses were introduced in 1895 and were considered widely… Read More
North America’s approach to wildlife management is unique to the world, as wildlife –… Read More
In 1989, international trade of ivory was outlawed by the Convention on International Trade… Read More
Certain states have sought to restrict the importation of legally harvested game animals,… Read More
One of the tools that the White House and Congress use to conserve our country’s rich… Read More
Classified as a nuisance species in many states and not native to the Americas, feral swine… Read More
Airbow and airgun legality for hunting use varies by state. Where some limit airgun use… Read More
Your opinion counts
Sportsmen and women have been on the receiving end of increased attention from the non-hunting public, criticizing the traditional “grip and grin” photos on various social media platforms. As a sportsman or sportswoman, what strategies have you utilized to address this negative feedback?Vote Here
- I don’t post “grip and grin” photos for that reason (40.00%)
- My social media is private to avoid unwanted comments (20.00%)
- I engage the individual in the comment section or in direct messages (0.00%)
- I post more “grip and grin” photos to prove a point (0.00%)
- When posting hunting or fishing photos I tell a narrative that focuses on aspects of hunting that the general public widely supports, such as the procurement of meat for family and friends (10.00%)
- I don’t engage those individuals (30.00%)