Senate Environment and Public Works Committee improves and passes important fisheries legislation.
Broad representation of recreational fishing community interests strategize on key management issues
New report examines anglers’ lifestyle choices to help businesses improve marketing
Federal funding bill includes several provisions to benefit recreational fishing
Significant progress made in several key areas for recreational fishing’s future
Drilling down to each congressional district tells a specific story
for congressional members
Recreational fishing has a $115 billion annual economic impact on the U.S. economy and supports close to a million domestic jobs.
SHARE Act includes provisions to improve public access and protect our fishing heritage.
We hope that President Obama follows the model that has been established in the South Pacific and includes language in his proclamation that allows continued access for recreational fishermen.
When demanding areas off the New England coast be designated as “fully protected” marine monuments, their real agenda is to set up no-fishing zones.