When I was a kid, all the "real" deer hunters I knew went "up north" to chase whitetails. These days, some of the most savvy buck hunters I know are sticking closer to home. Whitetail populations near urban areas are making homeowners, city planners and wildlife biologists look for ways to trim metro-area deer herds. In Ohio, special urban management zones have been created near Cleveland, Youngstown, Columbus and Toledo. Hunters in these zones enjoy multiple antlerless tags and, where permitted, might have a crack at a citified giant buck.