Results From Ohio’s Weeklong Deer Gun Hunting Season

(ONN) – Ohio’s weeklong white-tailed deer gun hunting season concluded on Sunday.

According to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources Division of Wildlife, hunters took a total of 70,118 deer.

Last year, the total was 71,931 during gun week.

Hunters checked 25,044 antlered deer and 45,074 antlerless deer, a category which includes does and button bucks.

Coshocton County led the state with 2,441 deer checked.

Other results in the top 10 counties: Tuscarawas (2,260), Ashtabula (2,189), Muskingum (2,076), Knox (1,880), Carroll (1,864), Guernsey (1,798), Washington (1,582), Licking (1,570), and Harrison (1,533).

An additional weekend of deer gun hunting is scheduled for December 16th and 17th.