FERNANDINA BEACH, Fla. -(Ammoland.com)- With the rise in outdoor television programming; technological advancements that make videoing events easier; and easy access to online outlets such as YouTube, videoing hunts continues to grow in popularity among everyday hunters.
In fact, according to a recent survey conducted through Southwick Associates’ HunterSurvey.com, there has been a 68-percent increase over the last five years of those hunters who video some or all of their hunts.
Of those hunters who video their hunts, 31 percent of them said they have been doing so for five or more years.
Twenty-one percent have done so for three to four years, 26 percent have done so for just one to two years and 21 percent just began videoing their hunts over the past year. And how avid are these new-age, high-tech hunters?
Thirty percent report videoing their hunts always or frequently, while 31 percent video their hunts about half the time. Thirty-nine percent only do it occasionally.
The technology used to video those hunts is also encouraging growth as the quality of cameras on smartphones and the popularity of small action …Read the Rest