Quality Deer Management Clinic & Big Buck Scoring

Saturday, April 14, 2018 - 10:00am

Clinic is open to anyone wanting to learn more about Ohio's Whitetail Deer Mangement and have their buck officially scored.

Saturday, April 14th, 2018

10am-11am- Chainsaws & Big Bucks- Quality Deer Management Session- Timber Management for deer habitat improvement. Presented by David Hershberger,QDM

11am-1pm    Whitetail Deer scoring by Jon & Lori Byers official scorers.

1pm-2pm -   Wild Mushrooms by Julie Powell-Albright- Mushroom ID & tastings

In partnership with Buckeye Big Buck Club we will be offering this event at Pleasant Hill Lake Welcome Center, Perrysville, OH. Bring your trophy buck mount to the welcome center.

Buckeye Big Buck Club: the purpose of this non-profit organization is to increase the appreciation of Ohio's white-tailed deer herd, which due to a comprehensive and successful management program of the Division of Wildlife, and improved habitat, is now at a record high level.  The clubs goals are to:  encourage trophy hunting by Ohio hunters, establish and maintain a permanent record of Ohio's trophy deer taken in fair chase, foster wise management of this valuable resource, and promote a positive relationship among hunter and landowners. 
Each year the club honors hunters who harvest "typical" deer which meet the minimum 140 inch scoring requirement and "non-typical" deer meeting a minimum 160 inch score requirement.  Scores are determined by a series of measurements using the Boone and Crockett scoring system.

Visit website at www.buckeyebigbuckclub.org

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