American Sportfishing Association
Florida legislature passes Everglades restoration bill
The Florida legislature sent an Everglades restoration bill to Gov. Rick Scott.
American Sportfishing Association backs North Carolina initiative
The board of the American Sportfishing Association voted to support the NC Sound Economy initiative at its spring meeting.
Q&A with American Sportfishing Association vice president of industry relations Glenn Hughes
Glenn Hughes, a veteran boating and fishing journalist, now heads industry relations for the American Sportfishing Association.
ASA criticizes late Obama policy on lead fishing tackle
The American Sportfishing Association is angry about a last-minute order by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
Groups oppose NOAA status for Pacific bluefin tuna
The letter was in response to a petition filed earlier this year to ban all fishing for Pacific bluefin tuna in U.S. waters.
Group assesses water-projects bill after Senate approval
The U.S. Senate passed a comprehensive maritime infrastructure bill during the weekend that drew a mixed reaction from the recreational fishing industry.
NMMA and ASA unveil fishing campaign on Capitol Hill
The NMMA and the American Sportfishing Association introduced the Recreational Boating & Fishing Foundation’s new “60-in-60” campaign.
Recreational fishing gets boost from Senate energy bill
The Senate approved an amendment offered by Sens. Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska) and Maria Cantwell (D-Wash.).
Conservation panel recommends funding for endangered species
A group released recommendations about how to avert the growing endangered species crisis in the U.S.
Sportfishing group supports Florida water-quality policy
The American Sportfishing Association reiterated its support of efforts being made on the federal and state levels to address Florida water-quality issues.
Report says fish reallocation makes economic sense
A report released on Wednesday says that reallocation of fish can prompt economic gains.