iPhone GPS app

Discussion in 'The Duck Hunters Forum' started by Take-a-Gander, Sep 15, 2018.

  1. Take-a-Gander

    Take-a-Gander Senior Refuge Member

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    I am looking for a good, simple GPS app for my iPhone. I would like one that I can motor out to a spot drop a pin and be able to follow my route when running at O’dark thirty.
    I have looked at On X but not sure I want to fork out a new fee for each different area I hunt.
    Any suggestions for a novice tech savvy hunter?
     
  2. 2Browndogs

    2Browndogs New Member

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    Motion x GPS has worked well for me doing exactly what you described.
     
  3. Take-a-Gander

    Take-a-Gander Senior Refuge Member

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    Thanks 2BD!
    I will check it out.
    Has anyone used GAIA app? At $40 a year it looks like a lower cost alternative to HuntX
     
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    captaininsano050 Refuge Member

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  5. salthunter

    salthunter Moderator Moderator

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    I was going to post about a free gps for my new (old) I phone to mark my pit locations
    Google made it simple
    Even better the field work has been completed and the farm manager said I can put a pit in a dry angle which with an older satilite pic I’ll be able to put the pit in a higher location

    And quite accurate too
    My wife forgot her phone at a reasturaunt casino in Mesquite Nv
    Turned on her location and followed her phone right to a car of a casino worker
     
  6. stevena198301

    stevena198301 Elite Refuge Member Supporting Member

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    Not sure google does what he’s asking, if I understand what he’s asking correctly...

    Seems to me like he wants one that marks a trail (history from last run) out to his holes. If so, a GPS depth finder might work out better for you. They do history routes.
     

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