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    http://www.cabelas.com/product/Hunti...3Bcat104373180

    Cabelas has a heck of a good sale on the Oregan 550t right now for 299.99 normal retail price of 599.99. just an option for those looking for a good gps

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    Just thought I would share this. Yesterday looking at Cabela's I mentioned they had the 62SC on sale but if it would have been the original price it would have been cheaper through Garmin website. Then I also seen this on Cabela's and was wondering if anyone tried it before? Garmin GLO™ GPS Receiver. It is a small satellite receiver that would connect to your smart phone and it says it is faster than most handheld units.

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    Guys thank you all for the info, I appreciate it and will be ordering the Garmin 62 when I get a moment. I have big fingers and a small brain so touch screens can be tricky lol. Thanks again guys.

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    come on post#100!

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    Heck yeah!! Was so busy at work I didn't notice post 100!! Sr member so where is my secret password lol!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dearhunter3450 View Post
    Heck yeah!! Was so busy at work I didn't notice post 100!! Sr member so where is my secret password lol!
    They promised I would be receiving the super secret compilation of "Honey Holes" when I made Senior Member. I am still waiting for my list!!

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    Probably not what you're looking for, but I'll throw it out there, I got a Garmin Foretrex 401.

    It's a small, wrist-wearable GPS, pretty simple, basic LCD B&W map that just shows you where you've been and major roads and cities, no touchscreen.

    I prefer to just use my GPS to get lat/long, elevation, time, sunset, etc., I carry paper maps to keep track of where I am/where I'm going. I carry a tritium compass for backup.

    The areas where I hunt are primarily public land and the private stuff is well-established and marked on the paper maps, so I'm fortunate to not have to worry about that stuff.
    Ah, the nostalgic aroma of a yak dung stove brewing up some tea full of herbs best left untranslated.
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    i have the Vista HCx with the Wyoming chip for my pronghorn expeditions but I always carry a good map and compass along with a backup compass.

    Bob

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    Quote Originally Posted by BobT View Post
    i have the Vista HCx with the Wyoming chip for my pronghorn expeditions but I always carry a good map and compass along with a backup compass.

    Bob
    I was thinking the same just in case my gps malfunctioned. I have pretty horrible luck lol

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    The main thing you will need the gps for antelope hunting is to figure out land ownership. Anything could happen but I wouldnt be to worried about not finding your truck without it. lol

 

 

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