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Trends in Hunting and Fishing Participation Cross-Over

According to data from the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, each year roughly one-third of U.S. hunters choose to only hunt while two-thirds participate in both hunting and fishing. These “cross-over” outdoor enthusiasts have higher rates of license renewal when compared to those who only hunt. Check out the infographic.

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Upswing in Women Deer Hunter Numbers Predicted

There’s no doubt about it: The whitetail deer is king of America’s game animals. That hasn’t changed in decades. What has and is changing is the demographic makeup of the hunters who pursue these animals.

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Top Most Popular Outdoor Activities 2016

Nearly half of all Americans (48.4%) participated in at least one outdoor activity in 2015. That equates to 142.4 million participants, who went on a collective 11.7 billion outdoor outings. Check out the Infographic.

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Wide Range of Huntable Species in the U.S.

While there is some form of whitetail hunting in all but five states, it’s interesting to look at the depth of opportunities for other species. Here are some of America’s most popular species and the percentage of states in which they can be pursued. Check out the infographic.

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A Summary of the Recent White-Tailed Deer Harvest

It’s no surprise that the white-tailed deer is the United States’ most popular big game species. Between 2009 and 2013, the total reported harvest came in between 6.1 and 6.4 million animals. Check out the infographic now.

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Economic Impact of Hunting and Shooting

The contribution to America’s economy from our country’s millions of hunters and shooters is much bigger than the average person probably would guess. According to summary data presented by the National Shooting Sports Foundation in its 2015-2016 Industry Reference Guide, the total economic impact of hunting and target shooting combined equates to $110 billion.

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