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Unread 09-14-2012, 06:51 PM
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Re: Looking for a GPS

Thanks Bob,

Do you have a GPS unit that records the points and then upload them into this software?

How's the STW?

Ed
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    Re: Looking for a GPS

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    Originally Posted by ilscungilli View Post
    Download Garmin's basecamp from their website, and then check out this website:

    GPSFileDepot - All U.S. Garmin Compatible Maps

    You can install those maps under basecamp on your unit. I have been using all the colorado topo2011, wyoming, and utah maps. There are lots of free maps out there. Also, you can import custom maps on those systems (like a forest service road map).

    You’re so lucky in the USA , there is hardly any maps for where I Hunt in Australia.
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    Re: Looking for a GPS

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    Ed, I believe this will do what you want. It will create a boundary anyway.

    TopoFusion.com | GPS Mapping Software for Windows
    Yes but I live in Australia, there is hardly any maps of where I hunt
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    Unread 09-16-2012, 11:45 AM
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    Re: Looking for a GPS

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    Thanks Bob,

    Do you have a GPS unit that records the points and then upload them into this software?

    How's the STW?

    Ed
    I haven't tried the software yet. I just read about it a cpl weeks ago. It looks interesting.

    STW is under a minute at 200 yards and waiting for me to take it out to 600. It'll be heading to WY for Antelope and Cow Elk in a cpl weeks.
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