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Ohio State Big Game Records

If you’re into whitetail deer and nothing else, you should really hunt Ohio 


It doesn’t matter if you like the clean lines and picture-perfect symmetry of a typical whitetail or if you’re more into the kickers, stickers, drop-tines and freakish nature of a big non-typical, Ohio has you covered—and the deer are all over the state. The state has seen some real whoppers since 2000, including one non-typical that scored 295-3/8 in 2006. Since then, there have been more than a few entries over the 250 mark. As for typical whitetail deer, only one crosses that 200-point threshold. Even so, the state is crawling with big deer.

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