Originally Posted by C.O. Shooter
Some of the top Boone and Crocket scores come from this state believe it or not!
I'll take you word for that. I've just never seen any (along the berms in the evening playing tag with cars....lol). You have the right topography and vegitation to support large animals just like we do in Northern Michigan.
Far as elk go, our herd in the upper eastern lower is very closely managed by the DNR. My only concern is that CWD is present in that area in whitetails. Any deer taken in that area must be checked and tested.
I'd still give a bundle for a non-resident tag to hun the Ravenna Aresenal. That place (like the Chrysler Proving Grounds in Chelsea, Michigan,) is filthy with deer (and who knows what else) because both compounds are entirely surrounded by 12 foor high chain link fences. The Chelsea property is private bu the Ravenna property is a partially decomissioned government base.