Hunting apps?

Discussion in 'Whitetail Deer Hunting' started by Keep_Calm_And_Bowhunt, Mar 20, 2016.

  1. Keep_Calm_And_Bowhunt

    Keep_Calm_And_Bowhunt Weekend Warrior

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    I was wondering if yall know any good apps that you use to map out your hunting property. I know the HuntStand app, but the free version is pretty glitchy. Just looking for an app that I can map stand sites, bedding areas and ask the good stuff.
     
  2. trtodd13

    trtodd13 Weekend Warrior

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    I use scoutlook hunting to mark stand locations. It seems to work well. Not a lot of bells and whistles but I like it
     
  3. Jeepwillys

    Jeepwillys Die Hard Bowhunter

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    I use hunt stand and hunt predictor. Both have features that I like.
     
  4. Creeks

    Creeks Weekend Warrior

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    Hunt Stand is suppose to be coming out with a PRO version, I've contacted them a couple of times and they keep telling me Friday or very soon....LOL....so who the heck knows....
    Creeks
     
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    Huntstand works awesome for me. I don't know what kind of issues you could be having with it.
     
  6. Parker70

    Parker70 Die Hard Bowhunter

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    ArcGis and my topo maps are two I use.
     
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    I suggest reloading the hunt stand app, also download weather in am when you have good service.
     
  8. DVO

    DVO Weekend Warrior

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    I will second Arc. I work for the county I hunt in so I have access to some awesome stuff in my arc project.
     
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    daniel72 Weekend Warrior

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    I use onX HUNT
     
  10. SharpEyeSam

    SharpEyeSam Legendary Woodsman

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    I use Scoutlook and it works really well.
     
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    DVO Weekend Warrior

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    I manage the Land Information office in the county I work in so I have a pretty awesome layer of hunting stuff in my ArcGis project as well.
    Kinda nice getting paid to look at aerial photos all day long.
     
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    sethf11 Weekend Warrior

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    HuntStand is amazing for free. OnxHunt is amazing but I can't pull the trigger for $29.99.

    HuntPredictor is great too.

    Also download RadarNow. That one is great as well for weather and the current radar maps.
     
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    I use Scoutlook and Huntstand. I also have GPS Status and GPS Essentials for compass/direction features.
     
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    I use onX Hunt and MyTrails for maps/GPS. Strelok Pro for ballistics. :)
     
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    Lovehunt11 Weekend Warrior

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    I use scoutlook and antler insanity, both them work good



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    I used ArcGIS quite a bit in the military. I never even thought about using it for hunting properties, but that's a good idea! I've used Antler Insanity and HuntStand. Both have worked pretty well for me.
     
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    There's been so many of these threads started, do a search and you'll find a ton of info.
    I use my garmin etrex with with its software and google earth it's much better than any phone app
     
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    Hunt stand works really well for me
     
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    Another antler insanity user here. Works well. Mark your stands and shows wind direction/speed.
     
  20. Lovehunt11

    Lovehunt11 Weekend Warrior

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    Antler insanity show you direction how to get your tree stand when you get loss. I love it I had used it for couple time


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