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East central Ohio, Tuscarawas

East central Ohio, Tuscarawas county

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that is one hella of a drive

that is one hella of a drive CA, now thats determination

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I bowhunt Long Island, NY and

I bowhunt Long Island, NY and rifle in upstate NY in the catskill mountains. Good luck to everyone this coming season!

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Well, it's not like I drive

Well, it's not like I drive to Vermont to hunt whitetails. They do have planes..... Wink

 

I try to go each year, but it has turned into an every-other-year thing.  I try and get back for the first few days of the opener to hunt with my Dad.  I will hopefully be getting out this fall.

 

As for size of the deer, they are decent, but not huge, at least in horns.  I believe they only have 2 or 3 official B&C deer from there, but a "good" Vermont deer will be in the, oh, 140's maybe.  That would be a very nice buck.  They started a QDM program there a few years ago, nothing major, but has to have at least a fork to be shootable.

 

As for weight, 200 pounders are relatively common.  I will see 10 or 12 come in over 200 lbs at the local check in station in my hometown.

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Planes? what are those? J/K.

Planes? Confused what are those? J/K. thats still a long way to travel for a hunt.

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Lake Wales, Florida...Hunt

Lake Wales, Florida...Hunt not far frum house...this year though wife n i got on a lease up east of Macon,Georgia...Can't wait 2 C how it turn's out...My cousin got a 168 off it last year....Good Luck 2 ALL this season!...B-Safe!....

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Now live in the Ottawa area,

Now live in the Ottawa area, posted in from Halifax grew up in the Nipawin area. Usually make it back to SK for WT every fall or hunt with the in-laws in NS.

 

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Nipawin walleyes

saskie wrote:

Now live in the Ottawa area, posted in from Halifax grew up in the Nipawin area. Usually make it back to SK for WT every fall or hunt with the in-laws in NS.

 

Must be a walleye guy as well as a hunter, man there is some hogs in there!

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nope - I prefer pickerel

groundhog wrote:

saskie wrote:

Now live in the Ottawa area, posted in from Halifax grew up in the Nipawin area. Usually make it back to SK for WT every fall or hunt with the in-laws in NS.

 

Must be a walleye guy as well as a hunter, man there is some hogs in there!

Yes I most certainly am, and there definitely are some BIG eye's in the river system. But I think I can count on one hand the number of times I've fished it. I prefer pickerel - and they don't exist south of La Ronge.Wink laugh

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To all Whitetail hunters

Arizona here...

Though I have to admit going for Mule deer more than Whitetail. Depends on where I get drawn for a tag.

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