HUNT New Mexico for Garmin [v12.0]

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  • Public and Private Land Boundaries with Landowner Information
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Hunting GPS Maps – HUNT New Mexico for Garmin

An essential tool for your hunting arsenal, these fast, intuitive topo maps highlight all public and private land owner names and property boundaries. The HUNT Premium maps add a color-coded layer that lists private and public land owner information and property boundaries. Combining the HUNT line of products with a Garmin GPS and/or computer (using the free Garmin BaseCamp software) these pre-loaded SD/MicroSD cards give you a state-specific color coded map showing land owner names, public lands, hunting districts, topo information, roads, trails, and much more. Endorsed by numerous State and Federal agencies, Hunting GPS Maps are the most reliable source for land ownership maps on the market.

HUNT Premium GPS Map Kit

HUNT Premium Advantages:

  • Pinpoint state specific private land ownership names by parcel and boundaries* so you can request access permission (if you want regional maps without land owner names, check out our HUNT Regional maps)
  • Discover little-known, seldom-hunted public land
  • Navigate confidently around private lands you're not allowed to hunt
  • Easily identify hunting districts and Game Management Units
  • Recognize public and private lands with straightforward color-coded ownership
  • Access roads (hwy, city, back-roads, trails)
  • Discover water (lakes, rivers, creeks, springs)
  • Map your best route with 24K topographical functionality
  • Much more – every feature you will ever want in the field

Take advantage of all the information right on your mapping device! A legend is unnecessary on all digital maps since all the data is easily accessible right on the map.

*Private land ownership information may not be available for all counties but is updated frequently. It is important you update your Hunting GPS Maps yearly to get the most up-to-date maps available.

Attach your Garmin GPS to your computer using the free Garmin BaseCamp software

Attach your Garmin GPS to your computer using the free Garmin BaseCamp software.

HUNT New Mexico for Garmin Feature List:

  • Land owner name appears on parcels within the state*
  • State specific
  • Color-coded land ownership data
    • Bureau of Land Management
    • Bureau of Reclamation - BOR
    • State Land
    • WMA, WPA, NWR, etc.
    • US Forest Service/National Grasslands
    • US Fish & Wildlife
    • Indian Reservations
    • DOD — COE-US Gov
    • Local government
    • National Park Service
    • State Parks and Fish and Game Lands
    • Much more!
  • Game Management Unit Boundaries
  • Section lines and numbers (T24N R34E 12)
  • 24K Topographic features (20 ft contour intervals ~ 1:24K Equivalent)
  • Geographic names (cities, creeks, manmade features, etc)
  • County Land
  • State Land Trusts
  • Parcels within the city
  • City parks, county open space
  • Roads - city, hwy, county, forest service, back-roads, & trails
  • National Forest roads, trails, and Recreation Sites
  • Campgrounds
  • Water data (creeks, rivers, lakes)
  • Boat Ramps and Fishing Access

Map Coverage: Entire State

*PLAT data (Private Land Owner's Names) in the following counties: Bernalillo, Chaves, Cibola, Colfax, Debaca, Dona Ana, Grant, Guadalupe, Harding, Hidalgo, Lincoln, Los Alamos, Otero, Rio Arriba, Roosevelt, San Juan, Sandoval, Santa Fe, Sierra, Valencia

Version 13.0

Released on: Sep 19, 2013

Changes:

Added Parcel data in the following counties: Curry, Eddy, Lea, Luna, Torrance
Added Navajo Nation Big Game Hunt Unit Boundaries

Version 12.0

Released on: Feb 29, 2012

Changes:

  • Updated public land data to January 2012
  • Added Land Owner Name data to Rio Arriba and Guadalupe Counties
  • Updated section number errors including T22s R18w
  • Updated private land coloring error in Grant County at Township 17 South, Range 9 West. A piece of private land within the National Forest had a green background

Version 11.0

Released on: Dec 14, 2011

Changes:

  • New Map!

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Customer Reviews

(Posted on October 2013)

Road and trial disignations

Review by Srfallsallot
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The roads and trails have not been udated in over 10 years. So how do you know if they are still open? Many things have changed in 10 years.
(Posted on September 2013)

Great

Review by Bill
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I have used the map on several hunts and it is incredible how accurate they are. Easy to know exactly where you are at and who owns the property around you.
(Posted on September 2013)

Awesome

Review by JJ
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The maps were excellent. You always know that you may possibly be entering private land but never really know when. With these maps there is no question. I have been 100% impressed and it saves tons of time rather than pulling out your paper maps. You can keep track of your path and know exactly where you have been throughout your hunt. I feel so much more confident now hiking where I need to rather than being worried half the time whether or not I am in the right place or not. Excellent Product. Thanks
(Posted on September 2013)

Must have

Review by Daniel
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The maps are amazing. I was able to locate and hunt on various state lands that I would have never found without it. Map also helped me to avoid trespassing on private lands.
(Posted on September 2013)

nm plat map

Review by Randy
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These maps are awesome, Now I now that in am in open public lands versus private/or even reservations here in NM. iit is with confidence I can hunt and not worry about being in illegal hunting lands, and the accuracy is great. Knowing the exact GMU is a big plus.
(Posted on September 2013)

Wouldn't go hunting without it

Review by Buglmin
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I was able to navigate to waterholes I never knew existed during antelope bow hunt. It was great.
(Posted on September 2013)

awesome product

Review by Frank
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I took my GPS out this summer several times to acquaint myself with the new information. I was surprised at how well the information was displayed and the amount of information that is on the map. Really impressed and can’t wait to use on my upcoming hunts.
(Posted on September 2013)

Great Product

Review by Joe
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I elk hunt in areas where there is reservation and private property intermingled. This tool has allowed to hunt comfortably knowing I'm hunting in property that can get me in trouble

GPS Compatibility for SD and microSD Orders

  • Must have a Garmin GPS (color screen recommended)
  • Unit must have expandable memory capability unless you are purchasing the download version (slot or port for microSD or SD memory card)
  • recommended unit - Garmin GPSMAP 62s
  • DO NOT send any other map data to the SD card while it is in the unit - you may take the card out and use Mapsource to send any other data. You may send and receive data for waypoints, tracks, and routes to and from your GPS unit's internal memory

Compatible Units (just some of them) - must be a Garmin

A good place to check if your unit is compatible is the Garmin website. Find your unit then click on the 'specs' tab to see if it will 'Accept Data Cards'
  • All Garmin Montana Series
  • All Garmin Oregon Series
  • Dakota 20
  • Nuvi series
  • GPSMAP 60CSx & 60Cx, 62s & 62st
  • GPSMAP 76CSx & 76Cx, 78s & 78sc
  • Rino 655t,  650, 520HCx & 530HCx
  • Astro 320 & 220
  • eTrex 20 & 30
  • eTrex Legend HCx, Cx
  • eTrex Vista HCx, Cx
  • eTrex Venture HCx
  • All Garmin Colorado Series
  • Zumo series
  • Street Pilot
  • IQUE
  • Edge 605 & 705

GPS Compatibility for MapSource/BaseCamp Download Orders

You can download and install the map onto your computer's BaseCamp Software to view the maps on your computer then send the maps to your GPS.
System Requirements (unless you purchase the microSD card)

  • Garmin GPS with color screen
  • USB cable to connect GPS to computer
  • BaseCamp software (free download from Garmin's Website) - or you can use the old version of Garmin's Trip and Waypoint Management Software - MapSource
  • Windows PC (Windows XP SP3 or higher, Windows Vista, Windows7, Windows 8)
  • Mac Computer (Intel based running OS 10.5.8 or higher. Tiger and PowerPC users should use BaseCamp 2.1.2 available here.)
  • HIGH SPEED INTERNET required
  • recommended units - Garmin GPSMAP 62s

Compatible Units - must be a Garmin

  • All Garmin Montana Series
  • All Garmin Oregon Series
  • All Garmin Colorado Series
  • All Dakota
  • GPSMAP 60Cx, 60CSx, 62, 62s, 62st
  • GPSMAP 76Cx, 76CSx, 78, 78s, 78sc
  • eTrex Legend HCx, Cx
  • eTrex Summit HC
  • eTrex Venture HC & Cx
  • eTrex Vista HCx, Cx
  • eTrex 20, 30
  • Rino 520HCx, 530HCx, 610, 650, 655t
  • Astro 220, 320
  • Nuvi series
  • Zumo series
  • Street Pilot
  • IQUE
  • Edge 605 & 705

SD vs. Download

2 Ways to Order

1. Pre-Loaded microSD/SD card - Simply plug card into your GPS and go


microSD/SD card Advantages

  • Very Easy to use! Simply plug the memory card into the memory card slot on your GPS and go.
  • No downloading software and messing with the computer.
  • The microSD can also be used to view the map on your computer through Garmin's BaseCamp software (for Advanced Users).  View the map on your computer to help find areas to hunt or scout before you hit the ground.
microSD/SD card Disadvantages
  • Some GPS units don't take microSD or SD cards, so you will have to use the download version.

2. Download Version - View Maps on your Computer for trip planning and scouting, then send maps to your GPS or your own SD card


Download Version Advantages
  • Download version allows you to view the map on the computer then send the map to a GPS. View the map on your computer to help find areas to hunt or scout before you hit the ground.
  • Updating your map is faster. Simply download the new version of the map from our website and install it on your GPS.
Download Version Disadvantages
  • Downloading and installing all the maps and necessary software can be difficult and time-consuming.
  • For Advanced Users only
  • High Speed Internet required for these large file downloads

  • You will be able to see your position relative to public and private land boundaries. For example, if you are on a BLM section, your current location will show up on a yellow background. If you are on private land, your GPS will show your current location on a white background.
  • Wherever you go you have a Statewide Ownership and Topo Map compact down to a device that fits in the palm of your hand and weighs less than a pound.
  • Easily Compare to your Paper Maps to quickly figure out your location on that Paper Map using section lines and property ownership coloring as a reference.
  • The PLAT4GPS map gives you 2 data sources to help you be sure of Property Ownership. 
1. Tax Data that shows who owns the land
2. Government Owned Lands data that distinguishes government owned lands from private lands by coloring: [BLM, State , Forest Service , private=white, US Fish & Wildlife , National Parks , Indian Reservations, etc.]

Please Note that these 2 data sources may show property boundaries differently in some cases. In most cases the property boundaries the same or less than 20 ft different, but in some cases the boundaries differ by 100 yards or more.  In any case, the map will give most users a better idea of where the actual property boundary is than by simply using a paper map alone.  By comparing these two data sets and obeying property postings, users can be even more confident that they aren't violating trespassing laws.

The Tax Data is typically more accurate as far as ownership because government tax revenue is at stake. If the Government Owned Lands data shows an area as being government owned, but the Tax Data shows a private land owner's name on the property, trust the Tax Data and assume it is private land until you can verify ownership by talking to a Local Law Enforcement Official or Surveyor.

We concentrate our efforts to providing the most current and accurate property boundaries and ownership available. These maps are for Reference Purposes only. Always obey property postings and use common sense to visually verify boundaries. Data is taken from the most current state and national government agency's land survey data. Because of the data compilation methods used by state agencies and Montana Mapping & GPS, LLC, the data is subject to error. No representation is made or warranty given as to its content or usability. User assumes all risk of use. These data do not constitute a legal survey; when seeking the definitive description of real property, consult the deed recorded at the local county courthouse or official land records in the respective federal or state agencies.

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