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Louisiana Proposal for Red Snapper Anglers Smells Fishy

Chris Horton, Fisheries Program Director, Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation It was Albert Einstein who said that doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results is the definition of insanity. The continued trend… Read More

Helping Nature Thrive at BP’s Cooper River Chemicals Plant

By Ryan Walker, Senior Director, Federal Government Affairs, BP America Tucked away in a heavily wooded area just outside Charleston, BP’s Cooper River Chemicals plant has been operating safely in the heart of South Carolina’s Lowcountry… Read More

Sportfish: A Convenient Scapegoat for a Complex Problem

By Andy Treharne, Senior Director, Federal Land Policy/Western States, Congressional Sportsmen's Foundation In places where native fish populations have declined, proposals to remove non-native sportfish have been touted by some as an… Read More

My Introduction to Hunting: A Case for Sunday Hunting

By Alana Barricks, Mid-Atlantic States Coordinator, Congressional Sportsmen's Founation I grew up in Erie, Pennsylvania and, although my family members were not hunters, I was always surrounded by passionate members of the sportsmen’s… Read More

Supporting Your State Legislative Sportsmen’s Caucus

By Soren Nelson, Pacific Southwest States Coordinator, Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation As the son of two conservation professionals, I grew up with a unique appreciation for what it takes to maintain the land and resources that so many… Read More

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