Ohio has nurtured some of the most celebrated deer-hunting ground in the country, with a deer population of about 650, 000 and well over 400, 000 sportsmen pursuing them. From the heyday of the Native American deer slayer to the modern-day huntsman, outdoorsman and writer Robert Loewendick relays his knowledge of Ohio deer hunting and history with passion and grace. Hitting all four corners of the state and everything in between, Loewendick shares the conservation efforts that made Ohio a deer-hunting mecca while including stories of the biggest trophies and others of the most bizarre nature, like that of a buck that plays dead and another that survives an arrow through the head.History, Legends aamp; Trophies Robert Loewendick ... During the early 1800s, the black swamplands were drained by settlers as part of land preparation for agriculture. Throughout the northwest, woodlots of one to several ... The book told of the frontier life of Samuel E. Edwards in northwestern Ohio. With permission fromanbsp;...
|Title||:||Deer Hunting in Ohio|
|Publisher||:||The History Press - 2010|