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Jim's Hunting & Outdoor Site


Bear Scouting Tips | About Me | How To Remove A Tick | KEEPING A TENT DRY | TRACKING TIPS | MY OUTDOOR PHOTOS | Aging Gobblers | Cleaning Bear Skulls | Removing Rust From Firearms | Keeping Broadheads And Field Points Tight | Saving Flashlight Power | Scents And Foods Bears Like | Sighting In Iron Sights | Deer Antler Projects | Making A Rangefinder | Making A Monocular | Temporary Boots | Cheap Map Laminating | Making Wing Bone Turkey Calls | Making A Deer Lick | Be Scent Free | Making Shoe Liners | Using A GPS | Gobbler Target | Rifle Target | FLOATING THE TIONESTA CREEK | HOW TO WALK MORE QUIETLY | MAKING REFLECTIVE TRAIL MARKERS | MAKING TUBE FEEDERS | MASKING ODORS | HOW TO AGE A WHITETAIL | ESTIMATING A WHITETAILS WEIGHT | BEAR QUOTES | MORE QUOTES | USEFUL TIPS | Emergency Matches | HUMOR | NON SLIP TREE STANDS | DIAPHRAM CALL CARE | Getting Rid of Skunk-Scent | How to Preserve a Turkey Fan | HOW TO ESTIMATE A BEARS LIVE WEIGHT | Favorite Links | Contact Me
Using A GPS

I started using a GPS this past year when I go for walks or hunting they are the best piece of equipment I have tried in a long time. You know how far you walked. You can mark different things that you can use for future reference. Such as deer trails, good stand locations, ECT. Also when you get home you can download your Waypoints you marked, You can download your track and it shows you were all you walked right on the map. Then you can customize your own topo maps with different symbols and draw tools. I use the Garmin 12 Gps and the Delorme 3-D topo quads Mapping CD Program
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