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Give Your Manufacturing the Competitive Edge, Southwick Associates to Present at the SHOT Show 2015, Jan. 19-22

FERNANDINA BEACH, Fla. — To remain truly competitive, smart businesses need accurate market and customer information. To gain this critical knowledge, more outdoor companies turn to Southwick Associates, the outdoor […]

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Access Remains Top Concern To Many Anglers

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December 9, 2014 – Access Remains Top Concern To Many Angler – Although fishing remains a popular activity shared by many sportsmen and their families, the sport is not without challenges that limit even broader participation from many who would love to take part in this grand tradition. In exploring what threats to fishing are of the greatest concern or have impacted today’s anglers the most, AnglerSurvey.com posed the question in one of its bimonthly surveys.

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Why Do Some People Reload Their Own Ammo?

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December 9, 2014 – Why Do Some People Reload Their Own Ammo? – While today’s gun store shelves are filled with all manner of ammunition for every caliber and every type of shooting, many shooters are not content to go with over-the-counter production ammo. Many, in fact, prefer to handload their own cartridges. But there are many reasons for reloading and ShooterSurvey.com recently polled recreational shooters and hunters to find out exactly what the top reasons are.

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Fishing Remains a Popular Family Activity Both Adults and Kids Can Enjoy

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November 20th, 2014 – Fishing Remains a Popular Family Activity Both Adults and Kids Can Enjoy – Despite the modern draw of video games and organized sports, the attraction of the wild outdoors and all it has to offer remains as powerful as ever as evidenced by the number of anglers who shared the water with a son, daughter or other child in the past year. Whether spending the day in the comfort of a boat or clutching a rod along a shady bank, fishing remains a popular activity for all ages with up to 66 percent of active anglers reporting they took a child fishing in the past 12 months, according to a recent poll by AnglerSurvey.com.

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Despite Focus on Big Game by Media, Many Hunters Still Enjoy Small Game and Upland Hunting

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November 18, 2014 – Despite Focus on Big Game by Media, Many Hunters Still Enjoy Small Game and Upland Hunting – With more than 10 million hunters pursuing the white-tailed deer in the United States, according to the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, this iconic creature reigns supreme as the most hunted species of game animal in North America. Walk by the newsstand in the fall and glance at the covers of outdoor magazines and it would seem deer and other big game are virtually all that is of interest. But that perception would be wrong. In fact, according to a recent study by HunterSurvey.com, about half of sportsmen surveyed said they had hunted small or upland game in the past year.

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Nearly Half of All Sportsmen Took a Kid Hunting In the Past Year

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Hunting is a rich American tradition often passed down from generation to generation. A recent survey by HunterSurvey.com reveals that passing that heritage along to younger people is still alive and well with nearly 46 percent of surveyed sportsmen having taken at least one child hunting in the past year. The common perception that those children are almost always a son or daughter, however, may not be completely accurate.

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Love Of Fishing Influences Anglers’ Choices, Including Retirement, Vacation And Spending Decisions

Size of the Sportfishing Market in America

A survey of 506 avid fishermen commissioned by Honeywell shows that fishing is more than a sport for the majority of anglers MORRIS TOWNSHIP, N.J., Aug. 5, 2014– Fishing may […]

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Private and Public Land Hunting Access, Small Properties Play Crucial Roles for America’s Hunters

Stop the Loss of Land and Water for Hunting and Fishing

FERNANDINA BEACH, Fla. — While public land access remains a persistent and major challenge for many sportsmen, privately owned land provides the majority of opportunity for today’s hunters. When asked […]

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Southwick Associates July 2014 Newsletter

Southwick Associates July 2014 Newsletter

July 2014 Newsletter

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Southwick Reports Provide Unprecedented Snapshot of Hunting, Shooting and Firearms/Ammunition Markets

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FERNANDINA BEACH, Fla. — The shooting sports enjoyed a 66 percent increase in economic impact at the same time the United States suffered through its second worst recession. However, current […]

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