Welcome to TheOhioOutdoors
Wanting to join the rest of our members? Login or sign up today!
Login / Join


  1. Jackalope

    Year Over Year growth.

    . First, I would like to thank all of you for making TOO what it is today. Our great members posting content and their valued opinion has truly made TheOhioOutdoors the Premier hunting forum in the state of Ohio. I thought I would share some numbers with you on our growth from 2011 to...
  2. aholdren

    Hair Growth

    Queer goes for his yearly check up and tells the Doc he'd like to get some more chest hair growing without taking any pills or shots. The Doc thinks for a minute and tells him he should try rubbing Vasoline on his chest before he goes to bed at night and it will help him with his new hair...
  3. M

    antler growth

    ive seen pics up so far this year of velvet but has anybody had 6 -8 distinctive points this early in the year i was thinking things start off slow just put the cams out hope to post some pics and share the monsters ive seen
  4. bowhunter1023

    Antler Growth Comparison

    Now that we are getting bucks on our cams that are showing some growth, I thought I'd throw up a few pics to show how things this time of year can turn out. If you have pics that display this as well, feel free to throw them up!!! This is a mid-June look at Deuce as a 3.5 year old...
  5. hickslawns

    NW Ohio new growth

    I am not sure why I had not posted these up yet, but here are my most recent pictures. One of them looks to be fairly mature although I find it difficult to age deer this time of the year. Ironically, the smaller (apparently younger) deer seemed to be branching out already. Not sure which is...
  6. Boone

    When do you notice antler growth stops?

    Based on my observations from running trail cameras for a few years, in my areas antler growth seems to stop in early to mid-August. Aroung that time the antlers seem to lose their light bulb ends and start to get pointy. After that they seem to harden up for a few weeks before the velvet...
  7. hickslawns

    Moisture and antler growth

    While I need moisture in my line of work in order to make a living, too much prevents us from getting to work. Last month, my county had more than twice the annual average in precipitation. Why am I posting this in the general deer hunting section? I will tell you. I was reading through an...
  8. hickslawns

    We have growth!

    They are starting! Checked a couple cameras for the first time in a month to find some new growth. Good pictures over the month so I will share a couple. Gets me excited to see where they are going to end up this year! Most of what I saw were looking like button bucks or had some...