American Fishing Chamber was built decades ago through the help of the United States government and other managing directors of commercial fisheries across the state.

At American Fishing Chamber, we look forward to becoming the best where responsibility and sustainability are concerned. We also look forward to ensuring equitable and fair sharing of resources and cost-effective fisheries. At the same time, we make sure that all activities are operated in a safe, environment-friendly, and profitable places. The number one goal of the organization is to make detailed research that helps in improving their fishery activities.

Various activities supported by American Fishing Chamber include the following:

1.    Providing community support

American Fishing Chamber always tries to actively engage in different local community events and activities to foster great understanding of the important role of professional fishing around the state. All members have the chance to interact with non-profit organizations that can help in improving fishing methods and prevent illegal marine activities. They also have access to the organization’s educational programs, which are open to people of all ages.

2.    Assessing organizational capacity

The organization believes that making sound decisions based on scientific research is the key to good management. Thus, it makes sure that the members will be updated with Memorandums of Understanding. Moreover, American Fishing Chamber’s partners can co-sponsor community events that will be beneficial to all parties.

3.    Ensuring proper access to resources and industry sustainability

The resource program of American Fishing Chambers is used to help fisheries in their management, resource sharing process, development of marine reserve, and improvement of marine practices.

4.    Engaging all its stakeholders in communication and decision making

Because an open and honest communication is the best way to secure sustainability, American Fishing Chambers tries to keep an effective, timely, and accountable communication among all drivers in the industry including the staff, members, government regulators, partners, and the public.