Autumn allows outdoorsmen to practice one of their favorite hobbies, hunting. October 1 kicked off bow hunting season in Ohio and the woods of southeastern Ohio will be flooded with hunters. Many of those hunters will have migrated from other parts of the state to participate in the sport. This little known tourist attraction to southeastern Ohio could have positive ramifications to local businesses. Many of these travelers will stay in hotels and eat at the restaurants in town. For an area like this, an added boost to the economy is always helpful. Ultimately, do small towns, or small businesses, need outside help to aid their economy? Are there any negative effects to the influx of new business into the area?