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House Subcommittee to Hold Oversight Hearing on Proposed Vessel Speed Rule
Why It Matters: The recreational boating and fishing community understands the importance of protecting North Atlantic right whales and fully supports efforts to do so. However, a new proposed rule regarding vessel speed reductions along...
Read More Jun 05 2023
Connecticut: Missed Opportunity to Manage State’s Black Bears
Why It Matters: The management of black bears – or lack thereof – in the...
Read More Jun 05 2023
Tennessee Legislative Session Recap – Important Wins for Sportsmen and Women
Why It Matters: Protecting and maintaining access and opportunities for hunters and anglers while working...
Read More Jun 05 2023
Firearm and Ammunition Tax Passes California Assembly, Moves to Senate Chamber
Why It Matters: California’s law-abiding hunters and recreational shooters have long played a vital role...
Read More Jun 05 2023
Lower Midwest Legislative Sessions Adjourn, CSF Celebrates Victories, Prepares for 2024
Why It Matters: The conclusion of legislative sessions across the Lower Midwest provides an opportunity...
Read More Jun 05 2023
Another Two-Day Red Snapper Season in the South Atlantic, Despite Historic Numbers
Why It Matters: Just as they are in the Gulf of Mexico, red snapper are...
Read More May 30 2023
New Caucus Co-Chair in South Carolina Making Strides for Sporting Community
Why It Matters: Representative Bauer stepping into the leadership role as a Caucus Chair of...
Read More May 30 2023

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The Sportsmen's Voice
May 22 2023
Congressional Sportsmen's Foundation Hosts Farm Bill Fly-In House, Senate Committees Each Pass Two Top CSF Priorities NASC Executive Council Voices Support for Farm Bill Conservation Programs In Big Win for Recreational Anglers, FWC Tables Goliath Grouper Closures Much Needed License Fee Increases – There’s Nothing Fishy About Them North Dakota Governor Signs Fishing Contest Bill...
The Sportsmen's Voice
May 15 2023
South Carolina Lifts Public Lands Sunday Hunting Prohibition House Committee Hears Two CSF Priorities Recovering America’s Wildlife Act Garners Bipartisan Cosponsors in Senate Colorado’s Sportsmen’s Day at the Capitol Draws Hundreds CSF and Fellow Conservation/Sportsmen's Groups Gather for Monumental Bill Signing in Maryland CSF Joins Angling Community in Opposing Restrictive Jig Legislation Legislative Recap for...
The Sportsmen's Voice
May 09 2023
Colorado Wolf Legislation Makes Its Way to Governor's Desk New Striped Bass Regulations Aimed at Addressing Conservation Concerns CSF Supported Stream Access Legislation Signed Into Law in Georgia Legislative Session Recap of the Peace Garden State Maine Bill to Simplify Regulations Undermines Science-Based Wild Turkey Management Youth Hunting and High School Shooting Sports At Risk...

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Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation Hosts Farm Bill Fly-In, Leading Conservation Groups Engage with Congressional Policy Makers
May 17 2023
May 17, 2023 (Washington, DC) – Yesterday, the Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation (CSF) organized and led a Farm Bill Fly-In that brought together key members of Congress and like-minded advocacy partners to discuss their priorities for the 2023 Farm Bill. Joining CSF leaders on Capitol Hill were representatives from the American Sportfishing Association, the Association of Fish and Wildlife...
New Striped Bass Regulations Aimed at Addressing Conservation Concerns
May 04 2023
May 4, 2023 (Washington, D.C.) – The Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission (ASMFC) Striped Bass Management Board exercised a seldom-used emergency action intended to reduce fishing mortality in the striped bass fishery with the goal of increasing the chances of rebuilding the population to the biomass target by 2029. The emergency action will implement a...
Camaraderie and Competition: Congressional Sportsmen's Foundation Hosts Annual Congressional Clays Event
Apr 26 2023
April 25, 2023 (Washington, D.C.) – Earlier today, the Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation (CSF) hosted its annual bipartisan Congressional Clays Competition at the premier Prince George’s County Trap and Skeet Center. This unique sporting clay, trap, and skeet shooting event provides an unparalleled opportunity for attendees from the sporting conservation community to connect and enjoy our time-honored traditions...

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