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New Sportsmen’s Caucus Leadership Takes the Helm in North Carolina

Why It Matters:  As an avid sportsman, Representative Adams will help ensure hunters and anglers are represented well at the Statehouse. North Carolina’s outdoor sporting traditions are integral to the cultural and economic fabric of the Old North State, and Representative Adams will carry on the tradition of the Caucus being a leading voice for …

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Public Land Sunday Hunting One Step Closer to Reality for North Carolina Hunters

Contact: John Culclasure, Southeastern States Assistant Director Why it Matters: North Carolina is one of few states that prohibits public land Sunday hunting. Sunday hunting on private lands was legalized in 2015, and hunters have been eager to hunt on public lands on Sundays since the law changed in 2017. The rules changes will open …

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North Dakota Trespass Legislation on the Path to being Favorable for Sportsmen

Contact: Nick Buggia, Upper Midwestern States Manager For years, North Dakota’s trespass laws have been a topic of discussion in Bismarck. The Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation (CSF) reported earlier this year on a bill that would again address this issue. Since then, North Dakota Senate Bill 2144 (ND S 2144) has been introduced and is making its way …

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CSF Supports Proposed Sunday Hunting, Muzzleloading, and Trapping Regulations in North Carolina

Contact: John Culclasure, Southeastern States Assistant Director On February 1, the Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation (CSF) submitted a letter to the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission (Commission) supporting proposed regulations that would open Sunday hunting on public lands, allow the use of breech-charging muzzleloader products, and permit trappers to utilize remote trap checking systems. Sunday Hunting …

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Comment Period Open for Public Lands Sunday Hunting Rule Proposals in North Carolina

Contact: John Culclasure, Southeastern States Assistant Director On December 1, the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission (WRC) opened the public comment period for proposed rule changes for the 2021-2022 seasons, including three rule proposals that would open Sunday hunting on 51 Game Lands. Since the passage of the Outdoor Heritage Enhanced Act of 2017, which …

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Public Lands Sunday Hunting on the Table for 2021 in North Carolina

Contact: John Culclasure, Southeastern States Assistant Director On October 21, the North Carolina Wildlife Resources (WRC) Commission (Commission) voted to move forward with rulemaking to allow Sunday hunting on 55 Game Lands. After undertaking a comprehensive public input process over the course of this year, Commissioners supported staff recommendations to present the rule proposal to …

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Sportsmen’s Groups Support Sunday Hunting on Public Lands in North Carolina

Contact: John Culclasure, Southeastern States Assistant Director On October 9, a coalition of national and in-state sportsmen’s conservation groups submitted a letter to the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission (WRC) expressing support for opening Sunday hunting on Game Lands. The Outdoor Heritage Enhanced Act of 2017 transferred regulatory authority for Sunday hunting on public lands …

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