where does everyone hunt?

Discussion in 'Turkey Hunting' started by powerstrokin73, Feb 27, 2009.

  1. jus wanted to bring this forum alive again and see where others hunt. I was hopin to maybe run into someone where i hunt a Salt Fork. i am always fishin in the afternoons either at the spillway or off of 22.
     
  2. I do most of my hunting on my 100 acre farm in Vinton County and surrounding properties. I also have permission for a few acres in Adams County that has been good to me in the past. My buddy picked up a spot in Warren County last year that is lights out. I hunt there as well when I get invited.
     

  3. vinton co. hocking co various areas
     
  4. Ashtabula co for me,looking forward to it!! went out the other week right after it warmed up and the snow melted to take down a few of my stands, found lots of sign and ran across a few birds, looks to be another banner year here in ashtabula co with all of the sign I have seen and the large flocks of birds in the fields this winter,
     
  5. OSU_Fisherman

    OSU_Fisherman Bassin' Buckeye

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    I'll be in Muskingum County on my two grandpa's farms (~800 acres total). Came across a group of about 15 or 20 turkeys this past Saturday while shed hunting... I'm getting excited because this will be my first year turkey hunting. My grandpa is a very successful turkey hunter, so he's going to show me the ropes.
     
  6. old hunter

    old hunter Outdoor Addict

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    Going to Kansas and Nebraska for a chance at Rios and Merriams,then back to good old Tuscaraws county to try for easterns.Should be a good time.
     
  7. stormfront

    stormfront Guest

    ashtabula county for me, also. have a date with a grudge bird that made me look bad twice last year.
     
  8. Stark, Tusc,Carroll,Jefferson,Monroe. I plan on taking the whole first week off work. The farm in Stark is close to where i live and holds a some nice birds and not very much hunting pressure
     
  9. I'll be in missourri on family land - got a grude to settle w/an old Tom this year
     
  10. carxman17

    carxman17 cincinnati fishaholic

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    I hunt east fork & I picked up a farm in brown county near fayetteville
     
  11. Youth season in Muskingum county for my son & friends, then good old Union for myself. Not many birds , but they're close & not overly educated.
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  12. warren, clinton, and greene counties for me. hoping this will be my lucky year.
     
  13. Ceasars Creek?

    My buddy just got permission to hunt a 130 acre farm next to some public hunting and the birds are everywhere.
     
  14. BigChessie

    BigChessie BIG PIMPIN' "GIGELO"

    Ross and Franklin Counties
     
  15. I know where not to go. I hunted Tar Hollow 2 years in a row and heard 1 bird in 8 days (4 days each trip). I used to have access to a heaven down in meigs county. It was an amazing place. Now they want me to pay about 2,000 a year for hunting privelages. There were more deer and turkey on this 600 acres that i have seen in my life. But, its all gone now. :(
     
  16. yeah and some private areas around it.
     
  17. DaleM

    DaleM Original OGF Staff Member

    The same place that I deer hunt, Hocking Co.
    Not sure how much I can get out this year though. Work :)at-wits-end:) may get in the way.
    We saw several 2 weeks ago when we were down there. I hope top get at least one wekend this spring.
     
  18. If you have private land around CC you should have no problem getting a bird if the property is any size. Good luck!
     
  19. Tar Hollow huh? That's a rough one to hunt. Those birds in Vinton County are no slouch. Tough birds and very wary. The birds on my place are some of the hardest birds I have ever hunted. I have hunted in Ross, Warren, Adams and Vinton counties and Vinton by far is the hardest place to hunt. I think it's because of the overwhelming hen population.
     
  20. Brown County in Ohio and property I own in Owen County in KY. Lots of birds both places, different hunting approaches. Woodlots and fields in Ohio, big woods in KY.