Hunting has been an integral part of the American experience since its beginning, and to the millions of people who still practice the rich tradition, it provides a powerful connection to the outdoors as well as to family and friends who share a passion for the sport.
Hunting requires its enthusiasts to become intimately knowledgeable towards the land and to game they hunt.
The interesting truth about hunting is that hunters create a huge economic impact on the American Economy. In 201, hunting alone accounted for 37.83 Billion which is more than Google’s revenue. Hunting supports more than 600 jobs in America and the revenue generated from hunting licenses is spent on the conservation and maintenance of the wild life parks in America.
People who participate in hunting can be categorized into 4 types depending on the choice of their hunt. Beginners hunt small creatures followed by migratory birds. Once mastered with hunting migratory birds, the original hunting starts with small game hunting and advances to peak level of hunting of Big Bucks.