ASA Provides Updates on Federal, State Agencies Changes Related to COVID-19

ASA Provides Updates on Federal, State Agencies Changes Related to COVID-19

In response to the outbreak of coronavirus, the American Sportfishing Association has compiled an extensive rundown of how federal and state land management and fisheries agencies are adjusting their policies.

Some states, like Missouri, have relaxed permit requirements for a specific period of time. Connecticut, meanwhile, opened its fishing season early on public waters as a way to promote social distancing.

All of the information, including an interactive map of the USA, is available on the ASA’s COVID-19 website. To visit the site, click here.

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