Deer Hunting Information

We feel extremely blessed to hold 2 deer hunts at Maumee Bay State Park. The first weekend in November, Nov. 4th & 5th, we hold a “Wheelin’ Sportsmen” hunt. This hunt is designed for folks with disabilities. We are here to encourage and support these hunter’s desires to be in the woods. Whether they no longer hunt due to a disability or think they can no longer hunt, we would like to enable them.

The morning starts off with a lite breakfast. After introductions and a safety meeting, hunters and their guides will be taken to their blinds by a volunteer. A hot lunch is provided whenever the hunter / guide decides to come in for a break. Hunting is from sunrise to sunset & many hunters come in for lunch & go right back out. At the end of the day all hunters / guides will be escorted back to the shelter house.

Successfully drawn applicant names will be posted to this website. Those folks drawn for this hunt will also be called by one of our volunteers. We will confirm your participation in the hunt and discuss any pertinent information regarding the hunt during said call.

Here are the results from the October 21 draw:

2017 NWTF Wheelin’ Sportsmen – Maumee Bay State Park Deer Hunt

  1. Bill Hall
  2. Elizabeth Shank
  3. Jim Daniels
  4. Todd Jacquot
  5. Gerald Allred
  6. Jason Wiley
  7. Cory Buck
  8. Tom Nolan
  9. Zac Moyer
  10. Jason Storrs
  11. Russell Strayer
  12. Daniel Deslms
  13. Floyd Stewart
  14. Eugene Kidd
  15. Gus Franks
  16. Kenneth Roughton


  1. Ronald Kekes
  2. Thomas Plagman
  3. Daniel Maix
  4. Tony Nickolite
  5. Donald Maier Sr.

*This is a 2-day hunt. If you are drawn for the hunt, you will be able to hunt both Saturday & Sunday.

 *This is a Bow Only Hunt

For more information or to volunteer, contact Mr. Gary Robison 419.410.5824 or