Marine Recreation Industry Commends NOAA Fisheries on Rejecting Petition to Establish Vessel Speed Restrictions in the Gulf of Mexico

The recreational fishing and boating community is applauding the decision by NOAA Fisheries to deny a petition to establish a year-round 10-knot (11 mph) vessel speed limit and other vessel-related measures in the Rice’s whale “core” habitat area in the Gulf of Mexico.


Senate CSC Members Introduce MAPWaters Act to Improve Public Access for Sportsmen and Women

FWS Finalizes Hunt Fish Rule – Mixed Bag for Sportsmen and Women


Tennessee Seeking Comments on Draft Deer and Turkey Management Plans

It Just Comes Natural: Arkansas Invests in Private Lands Conservation

UPDATE: Massachusetts House Advances Sweeping Gun Control Package to Senate

New Advisory Council Formed in Partnership with Nevada Legislative Sportsmen’s Caucus


CSF Q3 Outdoor Heritage Report:

Read About Important Wins in the Third Quarter of 2023.


Likely New Alabama State Record Blue Marlin Caught (

A Look Back at the History of Wildlife Policy (SuperTalk MS)

Kentucky Fish and Wildlife Commission Proposes Catfish and Elk Regulation Changes (

Kansas Wildlife, Kids Get $105K in Grant Funding (Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation)

Anticipation is High for Iowa’s 2023 Pheasant Season (Iowa 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. 

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


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