Caucus-Led Resolution Highlighting the Role of Sportsmen and Sportswomen as Conservationists Adopted in Oklahoma 

Recently in Oklahoma, a resolution highlighting the pivotal role of sportsmen and women in wildlife conservation was unanimously adopted. Senate Concurrent Resolution 4, which was introduced by Oklahoma Legislative Sportsmen’s Caucus Co-Chair Blake “Cowboy” Stephens, not only shines a light on the conservation funding made possible by hunters, anglers, trappers, and recreational shooters but also emphasizes the importance of passing along our outdoor heritage to the next generation of sportsmen and women.


CSF Endorsed Range Access Act Receives Bipartisan Support in House Hearing 

Arkansas Legislative Sportsmen’s Caucus Continues to Move Priorities Prior to the End of the 2023 Legislative Session

Coyotes on the Menu for Maine Inland Fisheries and Wildlife Committee

Idaho Fish and Game Commission Granted Authority to Manage Shed Hunting

Right to Hunt and Fish Gains Positive Momentum in Florida


Apply Now for a CSF Employment Opportunity 

Brad Rowse Internship Program

Event and Development Internship Program

Fisheries Policy Intern Program


April 25 - Congressional Clays Competition 

May 19 - South Carolina Sporting Clays Classic

June 05 - Congressional Fishing Competition 

Bass Pro Shops Founder and CEO and CSF Honorary Life Director Johnny Morris Profiled; CSF President and CEO Jeff Crane Comments (Forbes) 

CSC Members Reintroduce Bill to Expand Outdoor Opportunities (Montana Outdoor)


Colorado to Slash Elk Tag Availability Due to Harsh Winter, Suggest Alternative Plans (RMEF)

Nebraska Nonresident Tags Sold Out, Conservation Continues (NWTF) 

Reducing Deer Numbers and Removing Invasive Plants Are Key to Long-Term Forest Health (NPS)

Service Denies Request to List Coyotes Due to Similarity of Appearance to Mexican Wolf (USFWS)

Two New Wildlife Management Areas Opened in Western Kentucky (Kentucky Department of Fish & Wildlife Resources)


Our outdoor heritage needs YOU!  Get involved today so we can keep fighting for tomorrow.


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