5-Day Muzzleloader Ohio Whitetail Hunt
1-4 Guests • Lodge • Private • Semi-Guided
Semi-Guided Muzzleloader Hunting in Ohio
A truly unique, semi-guided archery, muzzleloader & Turkey hunting experience you don't want to miss!
Rut Huntpackages include the following:5 night accommodations:Check in 3:00 pm on SundayCheck out by 6:00 pm on Friday5 day, semi-guided huntsMeals : Continental Breakfast, bag or in house lunches, SupperTransportation to and from standPre-hung standsPreset ground blindsPhoto of trophyDeer recoveryField Dressing
THE PROPERTIESThe properties consists of lush privately owned land, lakes, hills and ridges in Trumbull & Carroll Counties, Ohio. We offer archery , whitetail deer hunting, muzzleloader hunting & turkey hunting experience from our permanent tree stands and ground blinds. The lodge where our hunters stay overlooks a serene 30 acre lake with plenty of fishing. Private grounds also offer sight-in targets and of course, a fire pit.
Price is for 5-Day Rut Muzzleloader Hunt.
Muzzleloader hunting, a sport mostly relegated to the dustbin of history, is one of the oldest forms of hunting still in practice today. This form of hunting relies on using a gun that loads from the muzzle of the firearm instead of the more popular breech-loading options. Though it can take longer after firing to reload than other methods, it remains popular due to the increased length of the hunting season many states offer, including Ohio.
Along with the additional range of dates available for semi-guided muzzleloader hunting in Ohio, there are several other important reasons why many hunters prefer using this style of firearm. One reason is the challenge of accuracy. This makes this hunter focus more on their shot so as not to waste the attempt. Another reason is the challenge of the hunt. Though muzzleloader firearms can be effective at long range, the closer you are, the better. This forces the hunters to hone all their skills rather than simply accuracy. Lastly, many hunters enjoy having less competition, and Ohio is a state that offers special days where muzzleloader hunting is the only option available.
When you go semi-guided muzzleloader hunting in Ohio with us, you know you’ll be in good hands. Our hunting grounds feature permanent tree stands and ground blinds to provide cover while you wait for the deer to arrive. We are free-range outfitters, so while there are no guarantees, we will do everything in our power to make sure your hunt is a success.
We are a family-owned and operated outfit in Trumbull and Carroll Counties, Ohio. Our hunting outfitters and lodges are located on 1,000 acres of privately-owned land located in Trumbull County, Ohio, and over 1000 acres located in Carroll County, Ohio.
More Pricing Information
You can also pay a 50% deposit now and a final payment before your trip.
$2640.00 Per Person Per Experience
Please note that there is a 50% non-refundable deposit included with your booking fee. In case of cancellation, and in accordance with the Host's cancellation policy, the remaining 50% may be returned to you or applied towards rescheduling a future trip.
- Experienced Guide Will Assist you
- No Trophy Fees
- Great Lodging
- 3 Meals a Day
- Variety of Hunting Locations and Methods
- Variety of Hunting Locations and Methods
- Ohio State Hunting License and Tag
- Warm Clothing
- Rain gear
Rules & Guidelines
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Q: Is there a trophy fee if I kill a Pope & Young, Boone or Crocket?
A: No. We do not have trophy fees.
Q: Are you a high fenced outfitter?
A: No. We are a free range outfitter,
Q: What size deer am I allowed to hunt?
A: You allowed to hunt 120 inch and up.
Q: Do you have food plots or baited areas?
A: Yes. We have numerous food plots and baited areas throughout our properties and you may be hunting over one of them.
Q: Do you have archery only hunting areas?
A: We have primitive hunting areas only.
Q: How do I tell if a buck will meet your minimum requirements?
A: Your guide will be happy to provide that information for you at orientation.
Q: What is your policy on wounded bucks?
A: If you draw blood on an animal then that is considered your deer and your hunt is over. With the assistance of our tracking dog every effort will be made to recover your deer. If you decide that you want to finish out your 5 day hunt then there will be aa additional $500 fee.
Q: Do you have a local Meat Processor & Taxidermist?
A: Yes. The guides are responsible for recovering and transporting your deer back to camp. We have a local meat processor for an additional fee.
Q: Do I need to bring my own food?
A: No. Meals, drinks and snacks are provided. You are more than welcome to bring you favorites if you like.
Q: Can I bring along a non-hunting guest?
A: Call for details.
Q: What if I have to cancel my scheduled hunt?
A: You may send a replacement hunter or move your hunt 1 year in the future. (call for details)