The Modern Fish Act: What Progress Has Been Made 1.5 Years After Enactment?

WHEN: Monday, July 13 | 3:00 PM EDT

Webinar link will be available for on-demand viewing at this time.

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Signed into law in January, 2019, the Modern Fish Act was the first-ever bill passed by Congress that focused entirely on addressing the needs of the saltwater recreational fishing community. Much of the bill provided new guidance and direction that needs to be acted upon by federal fisheries managers. In this session you’ll hear from the office of the bill’s lead author, Sen. Roger Wicker (R-Miss.), and several policy experts on what progress has been made to date in implementing the Modern Fish Act, and where more needs to be done.

PANELISTS

Jeff Angers

President, Center for Sportfishing Policy

Chris Horton

Senior Director, Fisheries Policy, Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation

Chris Macaluso

Center for Marine Fisheries Director, Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership

Neal McMillin

Legislative Assistant, Sen. Roger Wicker (R-Miss.)

Kellie Ralston

Southeast Fisheries Policy Director, American Sportfishing Association

MODERATOR

Mike Leonard

Government Affairs Vice President, American Sportfishing Association