April 2, 2015

New Hampshire Legislative Sportsmen’s Caucus Luncheon

On March 25, the New Hampshire Legislative Sportsmen’s Caucus held its Annual Sportsmen’s Caucus Luncheon in Concord. In recent years, the New Hampshire Caucus has surged to become an active and effective champion for sportsmen’s issues in Concord and has tripled in size. Earlier in the year, the New Hampshire Caucus co-hosted the Northeastern Regional Suppressor Demonstration, and the Luncheon was yet another successful event for the Caucus.

Representative Jeff Goley (NH), Caucus Co-Chair and Member of the National Assembly of Sportsmen’s Caucuses (NASC) Executive Council, said, “The New Hampshire Legislative Sportsmen’s Caucus continues to grow. With new members in both the House and Senate we now have over 65 members, and I was thrilled to see the great turnout from both sides of the aisle at our Annual Luncheon.”

At the event, Caucus members met to discuss a wide range of issues concerning New Hampshire’s sportsmen and women. Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation’s (CSF) Northeastern States Director, Brent Miller, addressed the Caucus and spoke to the importance of hunting and angling in New Hampshire and the many services CSF provides for sportsmen’s caucuses throughout the nation through NASC. Caucus members and partners discussed how the New Hampshire Sportsmen’s Caucus fits into the larger framework of sportsmen’s caucuses at both the state and federal levels, and also discussed this year’s Annual Sportsman-Legislator Summit which will be held in Vermont in late October.

CSF would like to thank the sponsors of the luncheon, Energy4US and Reynolds American, Inc. Additionally, CSF would like to thank Board Member John Larkin of JC Larkin, LLC for attending the event and supporting the Caucus.

Over $270 million is added to New Hampshire’s economy each year as a direct result of hunting and angling. Further, New Hampshire’s sportsmen and women contributed over $15.6 million to conservation in 2013 alone. To learn more about the positive impact of hunting and angling in New Hampshire as well as the New Hampshire Legislative Sportsmen’s Caucus, click here.

Studies conducted at both the state and federal level have found that the number of hunters and trappers have been on a generally declining trend over the past several decades. To increase recruitment, retention, and reactivation (R3) of hunters and trappers, which initiative do you think would have the greatest impact?

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