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DUCK & GEESE TEAL

DUCK & GEESE TEAL

Price $1000 - $5000
132 AC of land 90 AC of water in North Central Ohio. Check out SATELLITE view for 421 State Route 60 S., New London, OH 44851 3 mi. north of center of New London Book…
  • Acres
  • 132
  • Zip
  • 44851
  • County
  • Huron
  • Type
  • Short Term, Annual
  • Game
  • Whitetail Deer, Turkey, Dove, Duck, Predator
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Ohio is a great destination for both novice and experienced hunter. While Ohio provides plentiful wild turkey, water fowl and small game hunting, Ohio is famous and one of the top Whitetail deer hunting destinations in the world.

The state of Ohio has worked diligently with the recreational and professional hunters to establish a hunting program designed to make trophy hunting in the state second to none. The whitetail population is closely monitored and annual bag limits are set to always protect the species while permitting generous hunting access. In particular, the state encourages the harvesting of does, but sets a very conservative limit on the harvesting of bucks, particularly the trophy bucks.

As a hunting destination, Ohio provide something for everyone. Whitetail and wild turkey hunting is available all over the state and both public venues and private Ohio hunting leases are available in most areas. The Ohio hunting outfitters offer a wide range of packages and access to the best hunting acreage in the state. You can make reservations with most of the top agents for Ohio hunting leases and Ohio hunting outfitters who offer services online or through many of the local hunting stores.

In the state of Ohio, anyone who wants to hunt within the state must have an Ohio hunting license. The only exceptions are land owners or tenants on their own land and active duty military personnel on furlough. The state offers an annual Ohio hunting license for both residents and non-residents. Non-residents are required to purchase a general hunting license as well as a specific hunting license for the specific type of hunting they wish to engage in.

The whitetail deer hunting season runs from the end of September to the first part of January. You will need to check government websites for specific dates, bag limits and weapon restrictions. The wild turkey season runs from about mid-October until the beginning of December for the fall season and mid-April to mid-May for the spring season. The season for most other game and fowls run during the fall and early winter months.

Ohio is proud of it's wildlife and encourages everyone to visit and enjoy some of the best hunting in the world. The key to enjoying the hunting in Ohio is to understand the laws, follow the laws and always act safely for the benefit of yourself and others.