Industry Analysis & Industry Trends
Over the past five years, overall demand for industry services has remained relatively stable. While demand for fur collected from commercial trappers has continued its long-term decline, demand for hunting preserve services has increased. The Hunting and Trapping industry is expected to grow at a slower rate in the five years to 2020. 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. However, the number of active hunters is expected to continue declining... purchase to read more
Industry Report - Industry Products Chapter
Historically, the Hunting and Trapping industry was predominantly comprised of hunters and trappers that sought to profit from sales of animal hides, meats and other products. With the passing of the Lacey Act in 1900, the majority of commercial hunting was banned, causing a major shift in this industry's structure. While commercial trapping still comprises a substantial portion of industry revenue, the majority of industry services stem from hunting, fishing and game preserves.
Hunting and game preserves
Hunting and game preserves provide services to clients participating in hunting for recreational purposes. Preserves provide an environment for hunting a wide range of big game (e.g... purchase to read more