Im sure you can't take bucks with a nuisance permit.
That is what i thought but I wanted someone else to verify it. In my county soil and water hand out he kill permits, and they naturally have to come and to a survey of the land to see if and how many permits will be granted. I have never heard of allowing bucks to be taken.Im sure you can't take bucks with a nuisance permit.
CHACHING!!! Maybe its because people like you why the rest of us decent folk dont get permission from these farmers? :coco:I know most farmers don't have as big a mouth as I do.
We have the same problem in Ashland CountyIt don't matter. I have seen and been told of farmers sitting on the back porch with the 300 win mag and a beer just shooting at deer all day, and just letting them lay. 365 days a year.
Do I agree with it no.. Will I turn them in no. I am from the belief that it's his land and his living. The farmer has been crapped on for years, so much you can barely make a decent living at it anymore. and if he wants to pop some deer so that he can serve a better dinner to his family, or buy his wife a nice ring for their anniversary, and have some money to maybe go on a little vacation. Than that’s his damn right. and if it takes a few dead deer to give him that, then so be it.
I just wish he would let some guys hunt the property and do it legally. But every farmer that says no usually has a darn good reason and, 99 times out of 100 it's a past hunters fault. I can't blame him for that either.
I think they shouldn't have permits at all. But do it like they do out west with the grassland recovery.. ODNR pay the farmer to open his land to public hunting. Have a special hunting license for it. and if a hunter disrespects the land, like rutting up roads or stomping down crop. The ban that hunter from buying that license. The only way fro the Hunter, ODNR, farmer relationship is ever going to work is to start culling the heard of crappy disrespectful hunters.
WAIT.....I thought it was the amish? Now it's crossbows? Your such a clown, this thread is from 2007......this forum is garbage anymore....clowns like you spout nonsense that has no bearing on anything....im outta here.We have the same problem in Ashland County
Shooting the crap out of them and leaving them lay if their not in their way, but charging us top dollar for licenses and tags, I live in the Mohican area and constantly pole what hunters are here, this is what 95 percent of them tell me:
There are no deer left here to hunt
I ask them so what do you think the problem is
I know you folks are going to be mad, but I’m just the messenger of what they said
Public use of crossbows, there was a good balance of deer when it was handicap use, now deer are getting shot up especially the bucks, size is dropping dramatically and quantity of bucks dropping, too many are getting killed way before they mature, being an avid hunter for 50 years and my study afield I have to agree with them, the balance of season participation especially gun season has drastically been reduced because of public crossbow use, I see it getting worse every year, fix the crossbow and feeder abuse and the ohio deer hunting will rebound back to normal.
These are comments from 5 years of polling questions in the Mohican forest area.