During the Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation Annual Changing of the Guard Dinner, Congressional Sportsmen’s Caucus leaders from the last Congress officially passed the torch to new House and Senate
On November 6, voters in North Carolina approved an amendment to the state constitution to protect the Right to Hunt, Fish, and Harvest Wildlife.
Both groups bring together sportsmen’s and other outdoor-related businesses and organizations with the common interest of advancing the interests of sportsmen and women across the country.
If signed into law, the Conservation Title within the new Farm Bill will ensure the future of critical programs that support hunting access as well as soil, water, and fish and wildlife conservation
CSF hosted the Welcome Back to Congress Reception on Capitol Hill, which gathered Congressional Sportsmen’s Caucus (CSC) Members and Congressional staff.
Steve Bullock, State Representative Alan Doane, leaders from RMEF, CSF announced the creation of the Montana Land Access Network.
Congressman Garret Graves introduced H.R. 2023 to address the challenges facing recreational fishermen in the federal fisheries management system.
This week, sportsmen’s interests were advanced on Capitol Hill as Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke announced plans for a new Secretarial Order.
This year’s iteration of the SHARE Act includes the Hearing Protection Act and the Lawful Purposes Act, both are strongly supported by The Firearms Coalition and other rights organizations..
The Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation has joined as a sponsor of National Hunting and Fishing Day (NHF Day).
The event, which gathered nearly 200 attendees, included a trap, skeet, and sporting clays competition
The recreational fishing community has been hindered by antiquated policies that restrict access to public waters, hurt the U.S. economy and detract from conservation goals.
A hearing to discuss the 2018 Farm Bill direction is scheduled in the Senate Agriculture, Nutrition & Forestry Committee on June 29.
More than 100 shotgunners saddled up in golf carts and took to the south course of the Palmetto Shooting Complex at the National Wild Turkey Federation.
Taurus USA announces the renewal of its Gold Sponsorship of the Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation – Voice of the American Sportman.
The “Modernizing Recreational Fisheries Management Act of 2017” will provide much-needed modifications to the way the NMFS approaches management.
The Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation hosted its first 2017 Capitol Hill policy briefing, this morning, on the North American Wetlands Conservation Act.
The Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation (CSF) recently welcomed Dave Allen, Outdoor Products President for Vista Outdoor Inc., to its Board of Directors.
The Congressional Sportsmen’s Caucus (CSC) announced a change in leadership for the 115th Congress during yesterday’s ‘Changing of the Guard’ dinner in Washington.
The Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation (CSF) welcomed new leadership as well as a new member to its Board of Directors this year.
Despite common Hollywood-based misconceptions, no suppressor will ever be able to render gunfire silent. Suppressors are simply mufflers for firearms…
CSF and RGS signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) for the shared goals of the two organizations to advance science-based wildlife management.
This event provides an opportunity for legislators to hear from the nation’s leaders within the hunting and fishing industry.
As written, I-177, “generally prohibits the use of traps and snares for animals on any public lands within Montana,” with very narrow exemptions given.
This right is subject to state laws, regulations that advance professional fish, wildlife conservation, management and that protect hunting and fishing.