What part of Ohio would be a good place to look for State Forest?

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  1. Dads Son

    Dads Son Member

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    I was looking for a good Outfitter to hunt with for about a week but I'm also considering looking for a good State Forest to hunt whenever I want to. What part of Ohio would be a good place to look for a good state forest? Thanks for any information you can give me.
     
  2. Buckeye

    Buckeye Active Member

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    Shawnee Forest in Scioto/Adams county
     
  3. Mennoniteman

    Mennoniteman Well-Known Member

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    My buddies go in the Wayne National Forest. They pull some real trophies out of there, but they invest a lot of time scouting etc. You should expect to hunt a new area for at least five years before you zero in on the good spots to nail a trophy.
     
  4. Zeek

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    Hunted Brush Creek in Adams Co. you'll need good lungs, legs, and body armor for the thorns.
     

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