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  1. I would have to agree with tommag . My grandfather lived during the Great Depression . He said there was no deer to hunt when he was a kid.It was just a few rabbits and squirrels and the like. Ohio was hit hard during the Depression. My grandfather said that he didn’t see a whitetail until he had his own children. My dad was 8- 9 years old . It wasn’t until the early 70s that Ohio had a deer season. Then only a select few got to hunt. In the 80s the Whitetail heard started really getting healthy. In 1985 is when I started hunting . Even then a deer hunter was only allowed 1 deer a season. I don’t know how long it took to wipe out Ohio’s deer heard . I know it took almost 50 or more years to gain it back. If uncontrolled hunting were to happen now. It would take a year to totally wipe out Ohio’s deer heard. With today weapons and equipment. Almost everyone with a gun will be out killing everything they see to feed their family. In Ohio the whitetail would be the main prize. I don’t think I would base survival on hunting. Unless it was the wright time of year and I had a quick way of taking care of the meat. By the way I’m to the forum .[emoji4] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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