We all know that feeling, logging into your local Game & Fish site in anticipation, only to be greeted with the infamous "unsuccessful" listed under your draw results for your favorite area. It's a tough pill to swallow, but Team HUNT Field Staff Member Ryan Revis never lets an "unsuccessful" dampen his spirits. In our latest blog post, Ryan talks about some of the ways you can still have a successful hunt in a less-than-optimal area.
Land Ownership Hunting Maps
GPS – Mobile – Computer
- Land owner names with property boundaries*
- Color-coded public and private lands
- Topographical functionality – 24K topo and aerial imagery
- 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 Newsberg—Fresh Tracks TV Host
FROM OUR BLOG
The HUNT App Tip Series is a new series of blog posts that we are launching. The goal of this series is to get Team HUNT Members to become as proficient as we are at using our HUNT App! Members of the onXmaps family along with many different guest authors will share their knowledge to get you up to speed. Check back often for a new post in the series and by the end, you'll be able to visualize success with your HUNT App membership and other tools! Click here to read this week's post!Read More