The undersigned organizations, representing millions of hunters, anglers, wildlife professionals, and outdoor enthusiasts are writing to express our support for the Protecting Access for Hunters and Anglers Act (S. 4940/H.R. 9088).
Our individual positions as far back as 2016 have not changed nor have our requests for incorporating the social and economic data necessary to characterize the recreational king mackerel fishery that has not only a harvest but also a catch-and-release and encounter component.
Coastal Conservation Association has intervened in a lawsuit initiated by the commercial fishing industry that is attempting to roll back an important precedent affecting fishery allocations.
The undersigned organizations, which represent millions of America’s anglers, hunters, recreational shooters, wildlife conservationists, and the industries they support, write to express…
One of the most contentious issues facing the Gulf of Mexico Fishery Management Council is the Modification of Gulf of Mexico Red Snapper Recreational Data Calibration and Recreational Catch Limits.
With the return of warmer weather, CCA Maryland’s Living Reef Action Campaign (LRAC) hit its stride throughout the spring of 2022.