Is hunting a lost art?
Is it the urbanization or woosification of modern society that is reducing the number of hunters - or something else?
The economy and rising cost of hunting has reduced the numbers slightly. There still are 19 million hunters out there each year. Most of them would prefer to sit in a condo stand for 2 hours in the morning hunting over a food plot or bait instead of hunting the way it was intended.I grow my own garden, fish, hunt and try to eat natural foods without all the chemicals and steroids.
where i live, hunting is far from being a lost art. lots of folks around here hunt and some people i know live off the meat they get.
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