The Grand Canyon State boasts more than 786,000 hunters and anglers who spend $1.2 billion annually pursuing outdoor activities and support 18,220 jobs. Working with CSF in a coordinated effort to protect and promote the sportsmen’s traditions in Arizona are members of the Congressional Sportsmen’s Caucus, Governor Doug Ducey, and the Arizona Legislators for Wildlife.
For more information on the elected officials protecting and promoting the sportsmen’s traditions in Arizona please contact Inter-Mountain Western States Coordinator Ellary TuckerWilliams.
Congressional Sportsmen's Caucus
Arizona Members — Your representatives in Congress.
Governor Doug Ducey
Governors Sportsmen's Caucus Member
A network of pro-sportsmen governors who work to advance the sportsmen's agenda
Arizona Legislators For Wildlife
Caucus Leadership — Your local representatives in state government
Senator Lupe Contreras
Senator Karen Fann
Representative Regina Cobb
Representative Diego Espinoza
- Arizona and New Mexico: CSF Supports “Non-Essential Experimental” Designation for the Mexican WolfJun 15
- Arizona: Shooting Sports and Hunting Focus of National Outdoor Women’s Weekend EventMar 9
- Arizona: Forest Service Approves House Rock Wildlife Area Bison Management Improvements ProjectSep 23 View more media alerts »
Reports and Data
Your opinion counts
Recently, Virginia has proposed legislation that would make the punishment for poaching, in their state, a 1-5 year prison sentence through HB-449. Poaching undermines the social acceptance of hunters, jobs, recreation, local and state economies, and conservation efforts. How should poachers be punished?Vote Here
- By sentencing them to jail time. (36.36%)
- By giving them a cash fine. (12.12%)
- By banning their hunting and fishing privileges and their ability to buy the necessary licenses. (16.16%)
- By putting them on a probation period. (1.01%)
- There should be some discretion in the penalties depending on the motivations for the poaching incident. (34.34%)