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Frequently Asked Questions
A hunting map is a tool used by hunters to help them track and find game. They can be paper-based or digital, and typically show areas where deer, elk, or other types of animals have been seen recently.
Hunting maps come in both physical and digital formats. Digital hunting maps are found in applications such as iHunter, sometimes supplemented with season dates, sunset times and sunrise times etc.
By tracking the movements of animals, hunters can get an idea of where they might be most likely to find them. In addition, hunting maps can also provide information on animal migration patterns and land features that might impact your hunt. Whether you’re a seasoned hunter or just getting started, using a hunting map is a great way to improve your chances of success in the field.
Part of the process is that the land needs to be surveyed in order to create a flat surface on which to map. Then, the hunter’s desired path is sketched out and detailed with elevation markers. After that, the map is rendered in color and printed on durable paper. Another component to developing hunting maps is tracking the actual movement of animals!