November 1, 2021

The Sportsmen’s Voice – November 1, 2021

CSF Releases its Q3 2021 Outdoor Heritage Report; CSF, Partners Urge DOI and USDA to Expand Recreational Shooting Opportunities; Gulf King Mackerel Amendment Ignores Value of the Recreational Fishery; Missouri Wraps Up State’s First Black Bear Hunt; Green Mountain State Bids Farewell to Commissioner Porter, Welcomes Incoming Commissioner Herrick; Virginia Board of Wildlife Resources Adopts Resolution Supporting Sunday Hunting on Public Lands; “Wildlife For All” – Except Sportsmen; Reps. Dingell and Mast Introduce Forage Fish Conservation Bill Backed by Recreational Fishing and Boating Groups; CSF Job Announcements: Policy & Communications Coordinator, Brad Rowse Policy Fellow Interns, Event and Development Interns; Registration Now Open for the 18th Annual NASC Sportsman-Legislator Summit

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