Hunting and fishing are declining in Michigan because millennials would rather enjoy wildlife than kill animals. The decline is occurring as baby boomers, who popularized the sport decades ago, “age and drop away,” according to the Grand Haven Tribune. In 1998, Michigan had 785,000 deer hunters. Last year, the number of firearm licenses sold for the state’s deer […]
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