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Hunting & Trapping in the US: Market Research Report

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Hunting & Trapping Market Research Report | NAICS 11421 | Mar 2016

On target: Although disposable incomes will rise, attracting younger hunters will be a challenge

IBISWorld’s Hunting & Trapping market research report offers insightful industry analysis and research into the market at the national level. IBISWorld’s in-depth industry market research is presented in a logical and consistent format. The industry report contains key industry statistics, market size, industry trends, and growth and profit forecasts for a 5-year outlook period.

Report Snapshot
Market Share of Companies
There are no companies with a dominant market share
Industry Statistics & Market Size
Revenue
$599m
Annual Growth 11-16
0.8%
Annual Growth 16-21
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Profit
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Employment
15,056
Businesses
14,354
Industry Analysis & Industry Trends

The Hunting and Trapping industry is one of the oldest and smallest industries in the United States. However, with the dawn of the Conservation Movement in the late 19th century, the majority of commercial hunting activities were made illegal. As a result, this industry has been transformed from a supplier of food and clothing into one that primarily provides hunting and fishing as a recreational activity. In the coming years, projected growth in per capita disposable income and an increase in the anticipated number of domestic trips taken in the United States are expected to bring more customers to hunting and fishing preserves, garnering these establishments a continued stable revenue stream... purchase to read more

Industry Report - Industry Key Buyers Chapter

The Hunting and Trapping industry has a very low level of market share concentration. There are no major players that account for a significant proportion of market share in this industry. Establishments are privately owned and often individually operated. In addition, hunting preserves are isolated to local markets. There are no operators in this industry that control more than one establishment. Although there are economies of scale in regards to marketing, the benefits are too small to encourage much consolidation in this industry. The majority of operators are self-employed commercial trappers. 97.7% of industry operators are nonemployers because commercial trappers are typically one-man enterprises, while many hunting preserves are small family-run enterprises... purchase to read more

 


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What is the Hunting & Trapping Industry?

This industry includes commercial trappers, commercial game preserves (such as game retreats), hunting preserves, fishing preserves and game propagation companies. Hunting with the intent to sell animal carcasses is illegal according to federal law. Exceptions include the hunting of reptiles, amphibians and fish, as well as the sale of antlers, hides and other specific animal parts obtained via hunting.

Industry Products
Commercial trappingHunting and game preservesFishing preserves
 
Industry Activities
Commercial animal trappingOperating fishing preservesOperating commercial game preservesOperating game propagation facilitiesOperating game retreatsOperating hunting preserves


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