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A Closer Look at 2019 Outdoor Sports Participation Trends

This is the first of several reports following up on a detailed look at sporting recreation in the U.S. as researched by the National Sporting Goods Association. As explained in our last blog on this topic, the NSGA is striving to find out not only how many participants are taking part in various activities, but also the depth of their participation.

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Digging Deep into 2019 Outdoor Recreation Participation Stats

We frequently share a lot of outdoor recreation participation data with you here at the Realtree Business Blog. Studying participation numbers and trends helps all of us in the industry to understand who and where our marketing efforts should be targeting.

 

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Making Sense of Hunter Numbers

How many hunters do we have in the U.S.? If you have an outdoor industry job that requires you to advertise, market, manufacture or sell to or for hunters, you’ve no doubt tried to answer that question.

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Top 2018 Fishing Brands

In the past few weeks we’ve summarized recently released reports about the massive economic impact of the $49.8 billion that anglers spend on gear and trips.

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Top 2018 Hunting and Shooting Brands

We’ve reported on the huge economic impacts of hunting and fishing from many different sources here over the years. It’s always interesting to see where outdoors enthusiasts are spending their money. Hunting alone contributes $185 million per day to the U.S. economy.

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Saltwater Anglers Spend Big on Their Sport

Over the past couple weeks we’ve dug into some stats on the economic impact of sportfishing in the U.S., noting that anglers spent a whopping $49.8 billion on fishing gear and trips in 2016, according to a report from the American Sportfishing Association. Following our post on how anglers in the massive freshwater sector spend their money, here’s a look into the economics of saltwater fishing.

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