As West Virginia wraps up its week long deer gun season, Ohio hunters head out Monday for their chance.
Deer hunters in the Buckeye State get an extra 30 minutes to hunt each day during the season.
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources says that extra half hour is being added after sunset.
More than 400,000 hunters are expected to take part in the season.
The statewide bag limit is nine deer, but that count may vary depending on each individual county's bag limit.
The department expects as many as 90,000 deer to be harvested.
The season runs through next Sunday.