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    Making Waypoints in Google Earth and sendin them …: http://youtu.be/O5yYjNipfEw
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    I just leave the chip in my gps and use a usb cord. No need to take out the chip to use on the computer. You do need the Garmin basecamp software. Really nice to see the chip on the big screen good stuff and very detailed. You can also overlay it on a satilite image if you have that on the GPS. I pull up all my marks from year to year to see patterns over the years.

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    There's no need to convert the tracks/waypoints. Save them as a KMZ and Basecamp will read them directly.

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    are these the same gps chips that where out a few years back called huntgps? same product, different name?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tim View Post
    are these the same gps chips that where out a few years back called huntgps? same product, different name?

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    Hey tim, these used to be called huntinggpsmaps, so yes. Thanks to all you other guys great info for us technically challenged!!! God bless

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    Quote Originally Posted by tim View Post
    are these the same gps chips that where out a few years back called huntgps? same product, different name?

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    Yes, the chips are the same. They have changed the name of their company to ONxMAPS, but their website has not changed and it's still www.huntinggpsmaps.com
    Last edited by Topgun 30-06; 08-12-2014 at 02:24 PM.

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    But the chips do not show topo on the device, correct? Only land ownership?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bonecollector View Post
    But the chips do not show topo on the device, correct? Only land ownership?
    They show topo also.

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    I will be the first to admit, I don't really know how to use a gps. But I bought an garmin Oregon a couple of years ago, and the micro sd card from huntinggps. I came across some guys that where wondering where the unit boundary was. I turned on the gps and was able to tell them, the top of the ridge was the boundary. pretty cool feature, having the unit boundaries on the micro sd card.

    Now if I could just get the desire to learn the tool.

 

 

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