Every year in Ohio, with the first two weeks of December comes shotgun hunting season. Hunters routinely bring in upwards of 200,000 does and bucks to local check stations. That's a big change from just a few decades ago, when wildlife officials worried the animal could disappear completely.
Clouds fill the sky on a gloomy day in rural Union county, where pickup trucks and orange hunting vests dot long country roads. The woods John McCoy and Adam McMahon plan to hunt sit a quarter mile off the road, on the other side of a muddy plowed field.