CSF’s Taylor Schmitz Testifies Before The House Natural Resources Committee On Water Access

 Access is not only defined as geographic, physical, or temporal access, but it is also the ability to know where, when, and how sportsmen and women can enjoy their respective activities. Unfortunately, that information is not readily available across multiple federal water management agencies, and the Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation (CSF) recently testified in favor of a solution that will bring public water mapping information into the 21st century.


Michigan Legislature Passes Commercial Guiding Package After Nearly Decade-Long Effort

The Ongoing Effort to Expand Crossbow Use in the Empire State

South Carolina Proposes New Public Land Hunting Opportunities

Petition Filed to Colorado Supreme Court Challenging Ballot Initiative to Ban Mountain Lion and Bobcat Hunting


In Episode 7 of The Sportsmen’s Voice Podcast TSV Host Fred Bird is joined by Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation's Bob Matthews and Marie Neumiller to talk about an emerging threat to state- and science-based wildlife management in the ‘personhood’ proposals that were defeated in Ohio and are currently being debated in the Northwestern states. Tune in on Spotify, iHeart, and wherever else you get your favorite podcasts!


Alabama Celebrates Two Consecutive Years with No Hunting Related Fatalities (Outdoor Alabama)

Defining Navigable Waters Remains Issue in Georgia (The Atlanta Journal-Constitution)

NWTF Kansas and Partners Dedicate Nearly $2 Million to Mission for 2024 (National Wild Turkey Federation)

Maine and Massachusetts Eye Lifting Sunday Hunting Bans (Associated Press)

Selecting the Right Hunting Ammo for Newcomers (The Hunting Wire)

Secretary’s Message – November 2023 (Maryland Department of Natural Resources)


"There is no better way to help assure the strength of CSF and future opportunities for hunters and anglers."

NASCAR Hall of Famer and CSF Board Chairman Richard Childress joined the CSF Board of Directors to bring the same level of enthusiasm and dedication he brings to racing to ensuring the rights of hunters and anglers. Childress, an avid outdoorsman, is as passionate about giving back as he is about hunting and fishing. To keep supporting CSF well into the future, Mr. Childress became a CSF Heritage Fund Donor. Please follow this link to learn more about Mr. Childress' story and how you too can provide a voice for America's sportsmen and women via planned giving. 

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