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Anti-Gun Legislation: A Continuing Challenge

By Jeff Crane, President This week, the U.S. House of Representatives will take up both the Bipartisan Background Checks Act of 2019 (H.R. 8) and the Enhanced Background Checks Act of 2019 (H.R. 1112). Both bills would have impacts on… Read More

Hunting Is Our Heritage

By CSF Ambassador Dan Harrison Hunting is our heritage. From the beginning, we have hunted for survival. The satisfaction of bringing home fresh, wild food--whether you catch it or harvest it in other manners--brings a feeling of… Read More

CSF Policy Fellow: Every Sportswoman’s Dream Internship

By Tiffany Boguslawski, Brad Rowse Policy Fellow, Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation Having been brought up in the amazing world of hunting, the lifestyle that I found to be normal was one that many of my colleagues at Loyola University… Read More

Last Cast for Recreational Anglers in the 115th

For me, there’s always a sense of urgency in the final minutes of a day on the water. If I have been fortunate to catch fish during the trip, I want to catch one more to close out the day. If I haven’t, that last cast means all the… Read More

National Hunting and Fishing Day: Why You Should Participate

By Zach Widner, Northwest States Senior Manager For me, fall doesn’t officially begin until I’ve bagged the first dusky grouse off a high mountain ridge here in my home state of Idaho. Coupled with the excellent trout fishing found in many… Read More

Reflecting on NASC’s Impact on Knife Legislation

By CJ Buck of Buck Knives and Jan Billeb of American Knife and Tool Institute Imagine you’re on vacation with your friends and family. You’ve traveled far from home to the Pacific Ocean to go on a fishing trip that you’ve been planning for… Read More

The Evolution of the American Sportsman

By Andrew McKean Earlier this summer, I had the great honor to deliver remarks at the Jack O’Connor Dinner in Lewiston, Idaho. It’s an annual homage to the Outdoor Life writer and shooting editor who defined for a generation what it meant… Read More

Sportsmen and Women Move into the Digital Frontier

By Zach Widner, Northwest States Senior Manager Over the past few years, I’ve had the opportunity to make half-a-dozen trips to the state of Alaska through working with legislators and partners on sportsmen’s policy issues in the state,… Read More

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