May 17, 2021

The Sportsmen’s Voice

CSF, Partners Discuss Natural Infrastructure Investments to Enhance Fish, Wildlife, and Recreational Access for Sportsmen and Women; Senate Committee Advances CSF Supported Nominee to Serve as Number Two at DOI; House Companion to 21st Century Public Land Mapping Bill Reintroduced; Hunter and Angler Access Preserved in North Dakota for Another Year; Things are Heating up in the Northeast as CSF Weighs-In on List of Policies; Louisiana – Pushing the Pogie Boats Off the Beach; On the Horizon: Montana Black Bear Hound Hunting and Chase Season; Bonefish & Tarpon Trust, Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation Establish Formal Partnership to Further Angling Conservation Priorities; CSF Seeking Development and Events Intern; Registration Now Open for our 18th Annual NASC Sportsman-Legislator Summit; Vote for Wonders of Wildlife (WoW) as the Best Aquarium in the U.S.!

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