Massachusetts counts more than 538,000 hunters and anglers who spend $626 million annually and support 9,101 jobs. Working with CSF in a coordinated effort to protect and promote the sportsmen’s traditions in Massachusetts is one member of the Congressional Sportsmen's Caucus and the Massachusetts Legislative Sportsmen's Caucus.
For more information on the work that CSF is doing to protect and promote the sportsmen’s traditions in Massachusetts please contact Northeastern States Director, Brent Miller.
Congressional Sportsmen's Caucus
Massachusetts Members — Your representatives in Congress.
Massachusetts Legislative Sportsmen's Caucus
Caucus Leadership — Your local representatives in state government
Representative David Vieira
Representative Angelo D'Emilia
Senator Anne Gobi
Representative Keiko Orrall
Massachusetts H 2918Mar 23
Further regulates the enforcement of illegal hunting practices.
Massachusetts H 1633Mar 15
Relates to studying the loss of revenue in the fishing industry of the Commonwealth.
- Massachusetts H 2607Mar 13
- Massachusetts H 2485Mar 13
- Massachusetts H 1633Mar 15
- Massachusetts H 473Feb 28
- Massachusetts H 470Feb 28
- Massachusetts H 469Feb 28
- Massachusetts H 467Mar 15 View more legislative alerts »
- Northeast: Regional Suppressor ShootMar 10
- Governors Sportsmen’s Caucus Members Sign Proclamations Celebrating National Hunting and Fishing DaySep 18
- Massachusetts Legislative Sportsmen’s Caucus MeetingApr 30 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%)