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I am shopping for a new GPS and would appreciate any recommendations. I am looking for something that I can put one of the land

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  • Greenhead
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    Thanks for the tips. I just ordered a Garmin Oregon. Cabela's has them on sale right now for $180, marked down from $500, if anybody else is in the market or wants to get some Christmas shopping done early.

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  • Pray- hunt-work
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    I guess I tuned in just to agree with everyone else, make it a Garmin, no matter what when afield. The only exceptions are Standard Horizon on the water and TomTom in the pickup.

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  • Bioguy01
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    No matter what you get, go with a Garmin.

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  • jay
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    I've had good luck with my garmin Oregon combined with the www.huntinggpsmaps.com sd cards that show public and private ground, etc. I find the camera on the Oregon valuable for not only trophy pics but I take pictures of saddles, wallows, rubs, etc and the photos are marked by location in the gps so it basically holds detailed notes about where stuff is.

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  • RockySquirrel
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    Have had a Garmin Colorado for years and I love it. I have gotten to the point that I carry extra batteries and never shut it off when afield. The embedded topo maps help me platy my track and I always come dead on the car when I shoot an azimuth no matter how far I wander off the trail. I thought about an upgrade to the newer Oregon but that is all touch screen and I may not be keen on taking my gloves off some cold winter day. (Colorado has a wheel).

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  • jhjimbo
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    I have a Garmin eTrex that works well - good battery life. I would check with some from the area you are going and see what they use. For example, some don't work well if inside clothing or under a dense canopy.

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  • I am shopping for a new GPS and would appreciate any recommendations. I am looking for something that I can put one of the land

    I am shopping for a new GPS and would appreciate any recommendations. I am looking for something that I can put one of the landowner chips in for western states. I don't really care about any other features, and of course, less expensive is better. Thanks!

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