Annual spending by Hawaii sportsmen and women is more than the cash receipts for pineapples and sugar cane, two of the state’s leading agricultural commodities ($154 million vs. $126 million).
Every five years in conjunction with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Survey on hunters and anglers, CSF produces a report on the economic impact hunters and anglers have on the economy. This information is vital in helping policy makers, media and the public better understand the impact hunting and fishing activities have on the national and local economy as well as their size as a constituency.
2006 Economic Impact Report — Hawaii