I hunt public property and use my Garmin Oregon 450t constantly. I have the map provided from the management area pamphlet overlayed on my unit, but only main trails are shown on it. After a few years of scouting, I finally have every trail possible on my gps saved as tracks. I remember what I named each track, but I share these with my dad. I would like to clean these tracks up and combine them all so that there is one 'squiggly line' representing the trails of the entire piece of property. I am using BaseCamp to manage all of my gps data. I'm having a great deal of trouble creating one continuous track. My first issue is that the software uses a 'directional sense' of which way you were walking when it recorded the track.. I am aware that directions can be inverted, but this feature doesn't always solve my problem when it comes to combining tracks. My second issue is that it appears that you cannot combine one track to a midpoint of another track. Only end points can be connected.
Is there any way to resolve these problems I am encountering in BaseCamp? If not, I am willing to use other software etc to accomplish this.
I need recommendations on places to get a spray in bed liner in Lafayette. A friend of mine had a liner on one of his trucks that had a glossy look to it and is the only liner I've seen that doesn't fade in the sun and kept a new look. Unfortunately he forgot what brand it was. Any info on brands, places, what brand that liner may have been, etc would be great. Thanks in advance!
How many of yall follow astro tables for deer feeding times? I recall that David Moreland used to have something more than just the rut predictions on the LDWF website, but I cant find anything recent. What tables do yall like to use and why?
I have a Benjamin 392 pellet gun that I just replaced all the internal seals on. I struggled alot with the roll pins but I finally got it. Long story short, I need a part I 'lost'. There is a very small ball bearing that is associated with the safety. Does anyone know where I can get a replacement?
Captain Paul, we recently lost our deer lease and this season I started hunting public land. I have been scouting a few areas that I can rely on my iPhone gps if I need, but I dont always have a good signal and I can't label points I mark etc. I would like some advice on which gps to buy in about the $300 price range. The reviews on cabelas and bass pro are mixed and are quite possibly posted by people who don't know how to use their device properly. From some of the searching I've done, a possible starting point is the garmin Oregon, but I'm all ears for your suggestions. Also, I would possibly be interested in upgrading the map for wma's and topographic information to find ridges etc.
Does anybody use waypoint style gps apps on their iphone for hunting and fishing purposes? Looking for opinions and reccomendations on which ones are good. I was reading reviews on the app store, but I want opinions from people who are using them more for hunting and fishing rather than driving. TIA
I have a duracraft 1750 basic bass, and I recently tore the green rubber flooring when I drove a four wheeler off of it. I called a couple places to find a roll of this material with no luck. Does anyone know where I can get some of this stuff? I would think it is a common thing that people would like to replace, but I may be wrong.
I have been having some trouble finding a suitable antenna for the TV at the camp. I am using the HD converter box on a regular TV. I have tried outdoor and indoor antennas ranging from $20 to $120. So far the one that catches the most channels is the cheap $20 indoor antenna but the strength is horrible. If anyone is walking around the sound cuts out and the picture becomes pixelated. I can never catch channel 10 at all. Is anyone in the Butte la Rose area getting a strong signal? If so what antenna are you using?
Thanks in advance
I was looking through cabela's and I saw that squirrel mounting kits were really cheap. Is it possible for a beginner with no experience in taxidermy to mount a squirrel? I have a decent amount of patience and would like to try it with a black one during the spring season or next october. They aren't very rare where I hunt. Also would you recommend using a .22 in the chest, or getting just in range with a shotgun where only a handful of pellets will hit him? Thanks in advance