"From the day we were walking, my siblings and I have been hunting and fishing," says Molly Costin. But Costin, 26, has noticed that for most kids today, the ability to walk rarely comes with a guarantee that they'll be heading outdoors.
"I have 11 nieces and nephews, and a lot hunt and fish," she says. "But I talk to them and I hear that their friends don't. [Hunting and fishing] is not normal anymore."