Thanks, I just looked but didn't see it. Hopefully, it will show up on there.Camofire puts it up frequently for 40%
Thanks... I never even tried it but I hear it's a must have.Try renew30. I received that code after a free trial and it was good for 30%.
That is great advice and I appreciate you taking the time. I will give the free trial a go probably when I hopefully do some shed hunting in a couple weeks.I do not have a ton of experience with Onx. Mostly the free trial for a week, but I did buy the single state version after my trial. I also use HuntStand. Reason I use both is because I recently joined a local hunting club and Onx is what the guys were using so I figured it would be the easiest way to transfer knowledge about which parcels we had access to.
For the last few years I have been using HuntStand and to me the two apps are similar. I still use HuntStand in the other state I hunt (because that’s what my buddy the landowner uses).
For coordinating with other hunters, my advice would be to use whatever app is already being used on the property because all the work that has gone into the maps over the years can be shared.
The primary features of the app (aside from sharing info) are extremely useful to me but a coin flip between the two. Digital mapping is awesome with different layers including elevation changes and monthly vegetation. Wind feature is cool although I find it to be the prevailing wind and not sophisticated enough to address natural wind channels through the landscape. I don’t personally pay a lot of attention to peak feeds and moon phases but a lot of people have success with those metrics. Marking stands on the maps is great for finding things in the dark via gps. You can also mark shots if you need to track a deer for recovery and leave digital footprints as you walk so you know where you did/didn’t search.
Short answer is I would highly advise you get an app for a $20-$30 a year investment. The two I have used both work well for the places I hunt. Your mileage may vary if where you hunt has dated maps but only one way to find out! Try the free trial before you buy.
Okay, so I am old or just out of touch but I didn't realize there were so many hunting apps. Thanks for the information!I have tried huntstand, OnX, GoHunt, Base Maps and a few others. I use OnX because most of my friends use it and it’s easy to share info. However, of all the mapping apps I have used, GoHunt is my favorite. The mapping and tools are better as a whole. They have just the maps which is all 50 states. If you use elktalk you will get $50 in the gear shop for the entire system.