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)- Being in the great outdoors can be rewarding, being one with nature and experiencing the joy of leaving your day-to-day for a while can be just the recharge you need.
With Thanksgiving and the holidays quickly approaching, people all over are gearing up for hunting season. And because of that, there seems to be an app, gadget or new piece of technology for every sport including hunting. So, grab your camouflage and read on to see how to take your hunting game into the 21st century.
Every hunter knows that communicating can be a challenge, especially out in the middle of the woods. Even though this might be the perfect place to hunt for wildlife, being unable to connect to others can be unsettling. However, you don't have to resort to sending out smoke signals to communicate because there are satellite phones like Roadpost's Iridium
that can work in remote areas that don't receive cell phone service. This means you can go deep in the woods and still remain connected to the outside world in case of an emergency.
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It might be time to upgrade your gun with some of the new smart technology that is available in the market today. For example, TrackingPoint
offers a wide selection of guns with the promise that their precision-guided firearm will provide you with the tools to hit moving targets that are 1,000 yards away. You can make your time out there worthwhile by enhancing the tools you already have with the precision you know you can't live without.
Once you upgrade your gun, getting a camera to tape the game that may pass by can help you track, even while you rest. Cuddeback digital camera
( tiny.cc/mzo5nx ) helps to capture images of game by setting up surveillance for a set time. You can then instantly review these pictures so that you can keep the memories and be aware of how fruitful your chosen location will be in the future.
GPS and Visibility
Sure, you might already have a functional GPS, but there are mobile apps that can make your experience even better. Using Trimble GPS Hunt
, for example, can assist you by pinpointing tried and true spots, providing updated weather reports and tracking information that is specifically filtered for hunters. Using this app, you can employ the skills you already have and use the additional information to track your game like never before.
While you are checking out the spots you find with your GPS, you need to prepare for all types of lighting conditions. Being able to see what you are tracking becomes challenging when you are looking to not be seen yourself. Consider the Hunting Light & Blood Tracker
from RedSnake Enterprises app. Not only does this app provide a variety of different lights to help you see but it also is equipped with the capability to detect blood from wounded game so you can track the trail with ease.
Now that you know what is out there, get yourself geared up for hunting season and enjoy the great outdoors.