Contour Maps And Aerials

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  1. Sharpshoot3r

    Sharpshoot3r Weekend Warrior

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    Where do you guys get your contour maps and aerials from?
     
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    virginiashadow Legendary Woodsman

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    acme.mapper.com
     
  3. bowhunter448

    bowhunter448 Grizzled Veteran

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    I use acme mapper on the computer and I have the Trimble app on my phone to track where I go.


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    jrk_indle84 Grizzled Veteran

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    Got a aerial map from Terra serve while back.

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  5. Schuls

    Schuls Die Hard Bowhunter

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    mapper.acme.com is the website
     
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    Jake C. Weekend Warrior

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    Google earth.
     
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    Parker70 Die Hard Bowhunter

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    App my topo maps from Trimble outdoors. It was free. Can do either topo or satellite images.
     
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    Fitz Legendary Woodsman

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    All online. If I was going to get a real map, I'd get a Rugged Map :tu:

    Although, my dad ordered me a map for our Colorado trip from DIYhuntingMaps.com, and it's pretty stellar.
     
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    I have a topo app on my phone
     
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    srtiek Weekend Warrior

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    good site.
     
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    Google earth and acme mapper
     
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    County GIS webpage. Everything you need. I also use BING birdseye. If they have high rez stuff for your area you can zoom in and see each tree and deer trail.
     

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