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Analysis based on 106 tournaments across Ireland during 2013 finds a clear 80/20 segmentation between ‘high’- and ‘low’-spend anglers and that the segmentation occurs across all fish target species considered. The analysis also finds that British coarse anglers participating at Irish angling tournaments spend considerably more than other anglers irrespective of target species or angler country of origin.
ESRI Series Number: 2017/2/10 Research Area:Energy and Environment Date of Publication: May 25, 2017 Publisher: ESRI Place of Publication: Dublin
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