From the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review:

_Wall Street’s woes may put more hunters in the woods this fall.

A new report examining trends in license sales in all 50 states found that, when the economy goes south — and when new housing construction in particular slows — more people hunt. . . .

It could be that a slow housing market simply gives would-be hunters time to get into the woods.

[The] survey found that 22 percent of active hunters nationally work in the construction, carpentry, plumbing, electrical and craftsman trades._

So, will you be hunting more this year? Or is the bad economy cutting into your hunting?