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Another good Ohio deer hunting option, these hunts are available on properties where the landowner wants to limit hunting pressure.   The “Managed” part of these properties is the hunting pressure.  Depending upon what seasons are available on these properties, they are hunted a maximum of 2 to 4 time per year depending upon the number of hunters per hunt.  Click on “Managed Hunts” to see what we have available.



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Another  Beautiful Athens County Buck from a 64 acre lease!

Unfortunately this buck wasn't found for three days after it was hit.  But it’s another example of a great southeast Ohio Athens County buck!

One more 2014 buck from Athens County

How about a Morgan County Buck!  The reality is you can get a good buck in just about any Ohio county.

A really high and narrow rack on a Jackson County buck.  I’d take a buck like this in a heartbeat!

Above is another dandy from a farm in Jackson County

This pair of Athens County bucks were taken two days apart on a 150 acre lease in Athens County

Some of the 2014 bucks killed on HuntDeerInOhio leases.

The two properties above total 115 acres, are in Athens County and are being offered together.  The property in yellow is my property.  The bucks are some photos of bucks I have gotten from my property over the past couple of seasons.  And no (darn it!), I didn’t kill any of them this year.  The fields in above right photo usually are hay fields.  The fields in the above photo are usually planted in corn, soybeans and sometimes clover or alfalpha.  Up to 4 hunters can lease them for $2875.00

The property above left is also in Athens County and is owned by the same landowner as the two properties at top.  The fields in the upper right and lower left are usually in hay.  The field in lower middle is currently planted in winter wheat.  The landowner hopes to establish a clover of alfalpha crop in it.  This property totals 148 acres and can be leased by up to 6 hunters for $4440.00.  The photo at left shows the proximity of the parcels to each other.