National Redfish LeagueAbout the NRL: The NRL is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization designed to build, grow, and maintain the sport of competitive redfishing while generating significant support for our sponsors, our natural resources, and our designated charities.
Mission Statement: To build a centralized infrastructure expressly for the unification, management, and solidarity of the sport of competitive redfishing on a national level. To promote and support the growth of the sport and the industry with consistent rules, formats, and payouts. To passionately support and promote our designated charities. To be actively engaged in the conservation of natural resources and protection of our coastal estuaries and fisheries.
Management: The supervision, management, and operations of the NRL are under the direct control of its Board of Directors. This Board is tasked with the design, development, and implementation of a strategic national configuration for competitive redfishing events that also supports charitable organizations at every venue across the country. Their directive is to devise a structure and management system based on the principles of honesty, integrity, fair play, and professionalism in all matters. A structure with the sole purpose of building, promoting, and advancing the sport of competitive redfishing on a national level while giving back to the communities and companies that support our objectives.