A Challenging Hunt Every Time

Thanks to Jim and his staff for the incredible hunt for giant whitetails. Although I’ve killed a couple pretty nice bucks in my day, this place is off the hook. The first morning we saw almost nothing from my stand which struck me as odd for such a renowned place for giant whitetails. They explained to me that these are not pen raised whitetails and most had been birthed in the woods inside the hunting preserve where people rarely go, and their stealth was unmatched in the wild because these deer are only exposed to humans 2 or 3 months per year and they are being pursued whenever they were exposed to people. The second morning we went to the same stand under my protest, and what a difference a day makes! I saw 2 deer that were easily over 200 inches and another 10 that were in at least the 180 class.  Most of these deer scented us long before I could raise my bow, but a gun might have been a different story. The lay of this land being thickets and hardwoods for the deer to slither through makes this a hunt of excitement and challenge. There were several opportunities to take the shot, but each one was difficult. On the third morning I insisted we go to the same spot even though it was my last day and the staff offered a guaranteed place near an open field with a rifle. I insisted we go to the same stand as before and wouldn’t you know it, I arrowed a 187 inch typical 12 point.  What a giant whitetail..

Thanks again guys. And I will go for this challenging hunt every time over the ones you offer for the easy kill.

John Stead


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Unique Place For Giant Whitetails

I have hunted whitetail preserves across the nation and this place is truly unique for giant whitetails as well as the challenge of the hunt. Because these giant whitetails are secluded from humans 10 months a year, their fear of humans might be the greatest I’ve ever seen, including wild giant whitetails. Believe me when I tell you this place is like no other… There are an unbelievable number of trophies walking this place, but they are not walking out in the open like many places I’ve been. These deer travel thickets, ravines, and at night undetected because they have not been exposed to humans, other than the couple months of hunting season. I have hunted here several times but only once during the rut. The rut hunt was unbelievable because I was there only a month earlier and had no idea there were as many giant whitetails as I saw during my rut hunt. The giant whitetails were as if they grew out of the ground during rut…

Thanks for the unbelievable hunt Jim…

T Nugent….

A Unique Opportunity

deer_10“This place is definitely crawling with a bunch of great deer to choose from, including some world-class bucks. It’s hard to believe a place like this even exists, as far as preserve hunting goes it might be one of the best places in the country for your opportunity to hunt the largest whitetail in the country.”

– Adam Hays

Convenience for Busy Professionals

“Being a vice president of an international marketing firm, my schedule leaves very little time for scouting whitetails, let alone bow hunting. Ohio Pro Bucks offers me a private hunting club where I can hunt at a last minutes notice and feel the confidence as if it were my own property. The hunting staff offers me the latest deer movements, trail cams, and a handful of stand locations for my choosing. Last summer I succeeded in shooting a 187 class 10 point. Where else can you hunt trophy whitetails in velvet?”

10-pointer- Ralph O’Leary; Chesterfield, Oklahoma










A Father and Son Adventure

We spent a week at Ohio Pro Bucks last fall and had the time of our life. After our morning hunts we were either shooting sporting clays, bass fishing down at the pond, or relaxing in the lodge. By the third day, my son shot a 165 class 9 point with a recurve bow; his first buck. I never thought I would have that experience since my car accident. The staff at Ohifather-and-sono Pro Bucks provided all of the necessary accommodations and guidance for me and my son. It has not been easy for me to forget the confines of my chair and I will never forget last years hunt with my 14 year old son. Thank you very much.”

– Roger and Jack Santucci; Lansing, Michigan