Worried About the State of Fishing?

The Recreational Boating & Fishing Foundation, creators of the award-winning “Take Me Fishing” campaign, works to increase boating and fishing participation in the United States. Watch RBFF’s video about the positive state of the fishing and boating industry as well as some of the newest RBFF tools.

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Christen Duxbury
Christen Duxbury joined the TRCP January 2010. Christen grew up with wilderness-loving parents who taught her to enjoy all the land can give, from the solitude of a mountain to the thrill of casting a fly. She came into her own as a land conservationist during her time at The Wilderness Society. Before signing on at the TRCP, she worked for an environmental campaign aimed at passing a comprehensive climate change bill in Congress. She spends most of her free time climbing rocks, paddling and enjoying the wilderness she works to protect.

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2 comments on “Worried About the State of Fishing?

  1. Why don’t you mention your association with the Pew global trust who support catch shares that will destroy recreational fishing for the common american all while instituting MPA’s off our coasts to prevent citizens from access to their resources.

    California has programs asking citizens to report other citizens who are fishing the coast in MPA’s.

    Your organization is nothing but a front group for a global trust that has nothing to offer American sportsmen. You are the fox in the henhouse.

    • Christen Duxbury on said:

      Thanks for your opinions and for following the TRCP Blog. As you can see from our post of RBFF’s video, we are fully supportive of more people fishing and getting out on the water. We are in fact encouraging increased participation of recreational anglers.

      Sportsmen are the first conservationists. We have paid our own way for decades when it comes to conservation through license sales and taxes on hunting and fishing equipment. We need recreational fisherman on the water in order to best conserve our fisheries well into the future.

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