The Outfitter Interview Series : Ohio Trophy Buck Outfitters
Date Posted: 1-27-12
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The Outfitter Interviews: Ohio Trophy Buck Outfitters.
This week, we caught up with Ty Moore from Ohio Trophy Buck Outfitters. Ty has been hunting trophy whitetail and turkey for many years now and his set-up down in Coshocton County attracts avid hunters year after year, keen trying their luck in this fruitful land.
Guideloop: We all know that Ohio is one of the best places in North America to hunt big Whitetails. What makes Coshocton County stand out from the rest of the state?
Ty Moore: We are in a farm belt different from the rest of the state. Coshocton County also offers a great mix of rolling hills, woods, crp and creek bottoms. It’s not like the flat lands to the North and to the East. It’s also not like the step terrain to the West and to the South. Coshocton county is that magical spot in between that just attracts a lot of deer.
GL: How was last season for you at Ohio Trophy Buck Outfitters?
TM: Last season was a great year for us. We harvested a record number of bucks along with a record number of does. Not only was our harvest up, but the quality of the bucks was like no other year. It just keeps on getting better year after year. This can be seen on our harvest photos on the website.
GL: What year would you say has been the best for Whitetails in Ohio?
TM: Every year is a great year for whitetails in Ohio. As I mentioned before every year for us gets better.
GL: We know it’s a tough question, but what do you prefer hunting with, bow, muzzleloader or gun?
TM: I prefer Bow myself; this is mainly due to the fact that it is more challenging. With a gun it always seems as though it is nothing but luck to harvest a mature buck. With a bow I feel as though I had figured out the deer and to get him within 20 – 30 yards, that’s an accomplishment.
GL: What are your predictions for whitetail season across Ohio in 2012?
TM: I look forward to another great harvest year for Ohio. Also look forward to see what new record bucks come out of Ohio.
GL: What equipment do you use for your whitetail and turkey hunts?
GL: Is there any equipment coming out in 2012 that you are excited about?
TM: Nothing that I can think of. Other than the new ground blinds by Nature Blinds. Our retail store will be the Ohio dealer:Woodbury Outfitters.
GL: What advice would you have for somebody looking to book a hunt for next season with Trophy Buck Outfitters?
TM: It is simply this: call the references and also ask for non-kill references. Almost everyone that kills is happy.
To talk to Ty Moore about hunting whitetail down in Coshocton County, his newly acquired 511 acres of hunting ground and to book a whitetail hunting trip, visit the Ohio Trophy Buck Outfitters website.