It’s inarguable that small-game hunting has declined in the past few decades due to myriad factors. The rise of big-game hunting, technology and social media, habitat changes on the national landscape, access to huntable property and other contributors are to blame. But what also is inarguable is that small-game hunting still remains a viable part of the fabric of hunting that should not be ignored by retailers.
Small-game hunting is the gateway. It is rare that a young boy or girl immediately jumps into hunting deer or elk, humps it into the timber after moose or bear, or sits in a hot ground blind in August trying to bowhunt a wary pronghorn. They eventually may do those things, of course, but for the majority of hunters there was a well-worn path…READ MORE.
by Alan Clemons
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