Ohio Deer Hunting
Ohio Deer Hunting
Ohio deer hunting is some of the best in the country, and tags are available over the counter.
Since it’s a no-draw state, your Ohio deer hunting License and permits can be purchased online. All hunters and trappers must complete an education course.
Why you should hunt Ohio deer:
- Over-the-counter. Your Ohio deer hunting permit is good for an antlered or antlerless deer and is valid statewide.
- Great trophy quality. Ohio ranks #4 for the number of record book whitetails in the record books.
- Ohio has a statewide bag limit of six deer (only one of which can be antlered).
- Hunt with archery, guns or muzzleloaders.
High Fence Deer Hunting Ohio
Expect to see more, and MUCH larger bucks in one day of hunting with than you’ve seen in your entire life.
Ohio High Fence Deer Hunts
Your biggest dilemma will be deciding which incredible buck to take! They have deer ranging from a 160-inch management buck, up to a 350-inch mega-giant!
Extensive management practices, supplemental feeding and genetics coupled with the nutrient-rich Ohio soil, has developed a herd with stunningly beautiful antlers with long, sweeping tines and incredible mass. The variety of horn configuration will allow you to be specific to the kind of deer you’d like to take. Whether you like massive, tall-tined, wide-antlered bucks, or gnarly-antlered giants with lots of stickers and character points, you’ll find them here. There is a 100% success rate, and many hunters take multiple deer.
A cozy lodge with all the amenities. You will have a private or semi-private room, with your own shower/bathroom and full maid service. The spacious great room has a large, flat-screen, satellite TV with hunting DVDs, movie channels or video games. You will return from your hunt to a hot, delicious meal waiting for you. You may also help yourself to an array of snacks and sandwiches in the kitchen at any time. But don’t ruin your appetite.
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My buck— eleven scorable points, lots of smaller extras, over 17 ½” of inside spread with heavy mass, and a field dressed weight at 215 lbs. The meat will be enjoyed this winter, and soon the antlers will hang on my wall for me to glance at occasionally and remember the turkeys in the hayfield, the smell of acorns on damp ground, and even the super moon that was visible during my sitting a deer stand and reminiscing of hunts in years gone by this past fall. Thank you Outdoors International.
I recently returned from a late season whitetail hunt in Dimmit County, in South Texas. What happened will go down in history as one of the greatest hunts of my life. I was hunting a buck that I’ve been chasing for the past five years. He’s a 14 year old legend we call Indigo, and he’s been an impossible deer to hunt for his entire mature life (since he was five).
Great outfitter. Great trophy whitetail hunting areas. Many ground blind and tree stand placements before the season allowing good positioning for wind. Constant monitoring of trail cams by the outfitter.
I was unsuccessful on my Kansas whitetail hunt, but absolutely I was happy! The hunt was great! However the weather killed us due to no one’s fault. The hunters right before me had great luck. The outfitter was very apologetic but the weather was out of his control. I’ll be going back next year.
I had no idea how much I would love deer hunting in Texas!