The First State has 177,000 hunters and anglers who spend $150 million annually and support 1,868 jobs. Working with CSF in a coordinated effort to protect and promote the sportsmen’s traditions is Congressional Sportsmen's Caucus Member Senator Tom Carper and the Delaware Legislative Sportsmen's Caucus.
For more information on the elected officials protecting and promoting the sportsmen’s traditions in Delaware please contact Mid-Atlantic States Coordinator Alana Barricks.
Congressional Sportsmen's Caucus
Delaware Members — Your representatives in Congress.
Delaware Legislative Sportsmen's Caucus
Caucus Leadership — Your local representatives in state government
Senator Bruce Ennis
Representative Jeff Spiegelman
Senator Brian Pettyjohn
Representative William Carson Jr.
Delaware H 27Jan 12
Makes a specified chapter consistent with the Bill Emerson Act by protecting a gleaner from…
Delaware S 203Jul 6
Restores the authority of the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control…
- Delaware H 401Jun 6
- Delaware H 357Jun 30
- Delaware H 341May 5
- Delaware H 325Apr 18
- Delaware S 217Mar 31
- Delaware H 289Mar 17
- Delaware S 203Jul 6 View more legislative alerts »
- Delaware: Sportsmen’s Caucus Kicks Off 2017 SessionJan 26
- Delaware: Sportsmen’s Caucus Seeks Protection of Game Meat DonorsJan 19
- Delaware: Sunday Hunting Bill Signed into LawJul 28 View more media alerts »
Reports and Data
Your opinion counts
What do you support as a means to either complement or enhance the funding state fish and wildlife agencies receive through the American System of Conservation Funding? (To learn more about the options below, visit CSF's issue briefs)Vote Here
- Increase the price of hunting and fishing licenses, tags, permits or stamps (9.21%)
- Create new species-specific stamps (e.g. trout stamp) (3.95%)
- Implement a conservation stamp for non-consumptive users (e.g. hikers, bikers, birdwatchers, etc.) that use state-owned lands (31.58%)
- Adopt a Conservation Sales Tax at the state level on all taxable goods, with the funds allocated for conservation projects (15.79%)
- Adopt a Dedicated Sales Tax on Outdoor Goods (a state-level tax on outdoor goods similar to the Wildlife and Sport Fish Restoration Programs) (21.05%)
- The creation of non-profit organization dedicated to raising funds for state wildlife agencies (18.42%)