HUNT maps on iPhone, Android, computer, and GPS devices
  • Land owner names with property boundaries*
  • Color-coded public and private lands
  • Topographical functionality—24k
  • Game Management and Hunting Units
  • State specific features—WMA, WPA
  • Roads—hwy, city, back-roads, trails
  • Water Data—lakes, rivers, creeks, streams

"We used the New Mexico maps on an archery hunt. Amazing how it guided us through the checkerboard of private and public. We had the area all to ourselves, once we negotiated the land ownership. Shot a bull at two yards."

-Randy Newberg—TV Host & Team HUNT Pro Staff


Of Ducks and Dog—Part 2

"For most people, getting older means starting your own family, career, and potentially leaving your hometown nest. Life is busy. And, although we always do our best, we often times let old friends and immediate family slip down the list of priorities. This is why yearly hunting traditions are such a great way to stay connected. Last May I had a bit of an awakening as I looked at the calendar and realized that 2014 marked the 20th anniversary of my first time in the Northern Lakes region of MN, in the Boundary Waters Canoe Wilderness Area. Aside from a small hiccup early on, I have made this annual trip with the same core group of friends for 20 years!" Click Here to learn about Rob's yearly hunting tradition!

How To Ask Landowner Permission The Right Way

Steve Titsworth has become a staunch advocate for onXmaps products over the last year or so. Being from the east, he found out what a game changer these products can be for the traveling hunter, along with coming up with some new uses back east as well. Growing up chasing squirrels and rabbits in east Tennessee, Steve's love for the outdoors started at a very early age. Click here to learn how Steve goes about getting permission to hunt private land—without breaking the bank.