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    gps

    What gps units is everybody using i would like to get one for hunting that shows everything to keep my self out of trouble with going on to people lands and private roads thanks

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    Garmin Oregon. There are several good models. I'm personally using the 400T with land status cards from huntinggpsmaps.com.
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    450t here with huntinggpsmaps download. I chose the download so I could add Garmin's Birdseye satellite to a card along with the topo and land status map. Works great for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MOHunter View Post
    450t here with huntinggpsmaps download. I chose the download so I could add Garmin's Birdseye satellite to a card along with the topo and land status map. Works great for me.
    This is what I use too.

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    Montana 650t with huntinggpsmaps card in the unit is my setup.
    Any of the Garmin Oregon or Montana units are really nice and the huntinggpsmaps is a must.
    It is my understanding that the G&F officers in MT and WY use the huntinggpsmaps to determine boundary lines.

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    Oregon 450t with huntinggpsmaps card.

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    I use a Garmin eTrex Legend and the huntinggpsmaps card also.

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    rino 650 with hunting gps maps

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    garmin oregon 550t with the huntinggpsmaps sd card. Best solution that I'm aware of for public vs private ground awareness.

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    Garmin etrex 30 with huntingmapsgps. It doesn't have a touch screen or some of the other features the more expensive models have but I got it on sale at Cabelas.

 

 

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