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Wildlife-Related Recreation in Western U.S. Provides Significant Economic Boost


Public lands and waters provide numerous fish and wildlife-related recreational opportunities providing jobs and income for rural communities for years with minimal investment compared to other industries.  Southwick Associates recently […]

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Sportfishing’s Economic Contributions by U.S. Congressional Districts Now Available from ASA

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We all know recreational fishing has a significant economic impact on communities throughout the U.S. – but what does that really mean? A new report provides one-page infographics illustrating the […]

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Benefits of the Voluntary Public Access & Habitat Incentive Program (2016 & 2017)


The Farm Bill pays landowners to voluntary open their lands for public recreation. As shown in this recent work conducted by Southwick Associates for the Association of Fish and Wildlife […]

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A Quick Look at Bowhunters

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Curious about bowhunters? Read here for a few insights into their practice habits and decision-making when it comes to how far they will take a shot. Bowhunting remains immensely popular. […]

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Firearms Customers Are Not All The Same – A Consumer Segmentation Study Looking at the U.S. Firearms and Accessories Markets

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Growing your business depends in part on knowing who is more likely to buy your products and why. To help shooting sports companies better understand their consumers, Southwick Associates has a […]

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Sportsmen’s Media Preferences – 3rd Quarter 2018 Results Now Available


In the third quarter (July-September, 2018), according to Southwick Associates’ Media Monitor (SAMM), magazines edged-out internet and social media as the top source of information and media entertainment for hunters […]

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Time to Prepare for 2019!


Increasing competitive threats, non-traditional consumers, and technology are constantly impacting the way companies do business.  It’s no longer good enough for owners and managers to “go with their gut” or […]

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The Economic Impacts of Hunting, Target Shooting and Sportfishing

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Did you know sportsmen and women spent $94 billion in 2016 to hunt, fish and go target shooting? Or that the amount spent by target shooters alone is greater than Starbuck’s […]

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Southwick’s AnglerSurvey and HunterSurvey consumer monitoring panels

The and and gather the preferences, purchasing and activities of Anglers, Hunters and Shooters across the U.S. Here are examples of the different types of information we […]

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Sportfishing, Hunting and Target Shooting Produce Ripple Effect on U.S. Economy

New information from the American Sportfishing Association, National Shooting Sports Foundation and the Congressional Sportsman Foundation quantify the latest economic impacts generated by sportsmen and women.  Produced by Southwick Associates, these reports will help policy makers, the business [...]Read more
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