The Hunting Thread

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RockyTop411

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I looked around and couldn't find one so I'm sorry if there already was one. I mainly hunt deer, but feel free to discuss anything you like to hunt. I killed 2 doe last year, no bucks. And if your interested I use a Remington Model 770 .30-06 Synthetic Stock Reatree Camo with a 4 shot magazine box, bolt action. One hellaof gun. Also, any scent killer suggestions? Thanks.

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I live in Ohio, but I don't like to hunt deer here because rifles aren't allowed. I'm not a bow hunter, and "gun season" allows for only slug guns or shotguns, and it's only about 2 weeks out of the season. So instead I hunt wild boar which are allowed to be harvested with a rifle. They aren't interbred with domestic hogs like you find in the south, but actual pure strain Eurasian boar.

However, I did take a trip to the Adirondacks this year for deer, and ended up with a doe. Shot it with my Marlin 308 Express.
 
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I live in Ohio, but I don't like to hunt deer here because rifles aren't allowed. I'm not a bow hunter, and "gun season" allows for only slug guns or shotguns, and it's only about 2 weeks out of the season. So instead I hunt wild boar which are allowed to be harvested with a rifle. They aren't interbred with domestic hogs like you find in the south, but actual pure strain Eurasian boar.

However, I did take a trip to the Adirondacks this year for deer, and ended up with a doe. Shot it with my Marlin 308 Express.
So you can't deer hunt with a rifle at all in Ohio?
 
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I Slowed down on the hunting. It was a passion when in my youth. I suppose if I was to start again it would be Rabbit, squirrel, deer and turkey. Also possibly Elk. Because I know they are trying to restock the area.
 
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I Slowed down on the hunting. It was a passion when in my youth. I suppose if I was to start again it would be Rabbit, squirrel, deer and turkey. Also possibly Elk. Because I know they are trying to restock the area.
I'd love to hunt Elk here in Tennessee. But good luck getting a tag. I think there were only 5 issued last year. And one of them went for almost $18,000 on ebay. No joke.
 
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Deer, upland birds, Turkey (not as much as i'd like) and rabbit/squirrel.

When I lived in Colorado alsob hunted Elk, Pronghorn, and Muleys
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