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ASA News is the monthly e-newsletter from the American Sportfishing Association. Please scroll down for the complete document. Use the links in the left hand navigation under the specific topic area to access additional information.

For more information contact Communications Director Mary Jane Williamson, (703) 519-9691, x227.


 

ASA Launches Website Advocacy Page

We added a new section to the website to help you advocate for recreational fishing.
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The Promise, and Peril, of Electronic Reporting for Anglers

While not without risks, electronic reporting holds tremendous potential.
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Get Ready for ICAST 2018

Now is the time to mark your calendar for ICAST 2018 and note the new location – the North/South Building.
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Mark Your Calendar for the 2018 Sportfishing Summit

The 2018 Sportfishing Summit is scheduled for Tuesday, October 9, through Friday, October 12, at the
Wild Dunes / Isle of Palms, located just outside Charleston, S.C.
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Unprecedented Agreement with Federal Agencies to Promote
‘60 in 60’

Several U.S. federal agencies recently announced a new memorandum of understanding with ASA and other recreational boating and fishing groups.
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Forest Service Unveils New Strategic Plan to Include More Recreational Fishing

The USFS’s new strategic plan, Rise to the Future: National Fish and Aquatic Strategy, was just released. This new strategy incorporates important ideas and involvement from the ASA and other recreational fishing community partners.
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Tax Reform Moves Forward on the Hill

House and Senate Republicans have moved forward with Tax Reform bills that, if enacted, would be the first comprehensive reform of the Internal Revenue Code in over thirty years.
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News from the Recreational Boating & Fishing Foundation

It’s all about getting more people fishing and boating. With a laser focus.
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The Bass Fishing Hall of Fame has a Permanent Home

The Bass Fishing Hall of Fame celebrated its new home at the Wonders of Wildlife Museum with the induction of five new members.
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