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A market segmentation of New York's Great Lakes anglers



A market segmentation of New York's Great Lakes anglers



A market segmentation of New York' s Great Lakes anglers: 46



New York's Great Lakes fisheries provide not only recreation to boaters and anglers, but also important economic benefits to coastal communities. Several recent initiatives have aimed at developing these fisheries still further.

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