Recreational fishing is an economic, social and conservation powerhouse.
Not all your website visitors access your site the same way.
As an industry, we frequently talk about “improving access.” Access to rivers, lakes and streams for fishing and boating has been an important issue for years.
ASA members who operate “brick and mortar” stores work hard to improve their customer’s access to their products and services. But there’s an access point that is often neglected – your digital presence.
The North American Model of Wildlife Conservation
Our nation’s model of fisheries conservation and management is the envy of countries around the globe—and it’s fueled by America’s sportsmen- and women and the recreational fishing industry. License fees and excise taxes are the cornerstone of fish and wildlife conservation. Without this system, our sporting heritage would be in peril.
Paying the Federal Manufacturer’s Excise Tax
If you manufacture sportfishing equipment, including private label goods, it’s most likely that you are required to pay a special federal excise tax to the IRS. Understanding the guidelines of what products are taxed and how to calculate your payments is not easy. ASA has a guide, available only to members, to help you navigate through the rules and regulations and keep you in compliance.
Reaching Our Goal of 60 Million Anglers
Want to increase sales and production? You’ll need to expand your customer base. But when the number of anglers stays stagnant, it’s impossible to grow. Our industry is facing the challenge of flat participation rates. ASA has teamed up with several partners on a national campaign—60 in 60—to increase the number of people who go fishing in our country. How can you get involved?