Garmin Huntview Plus, Preloaded microSD Cards with Hunting Management Units for Garmin Handheld GPS Devices

August 8, 2019 - Comment
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Featuring exclusive birdseye satellite imagery and 1: 24K scale topo mapping, these preloaded microSD cards offer a seamless hunting Map solution for Garmin handheld GPS devices. Map data is collected from Multiple sources, Providing full state-by-state coverage with routable road and trail data, landowner names and boundaries for public/private Land types and boundaries, food/fuel locations and more. Included basecamp software lets you interface your computer with your handheld device to plan your hunt, transfer waypoints, and even keep a track log so you can return to the best hunting spots or share the adventure online.

Product Features

  • Now includes hunting management units containing boundaries and multiple species (where available)
  • Identifies landowner names and boundaries for public/private land types and boundaries, using data from multiple sources for superior coverage and detail
  • Digital topography equivalent to 1: 24, 000 scale U.S. Geological Survey maps
  • Shows thousands of routable roads and trails with turn-by-turn navigation from the field
  • Includes searchable points of interest: parks, summits, geographic place names, camping areas, businesses and more


Anonymous says:

Detail is great Has about as much detail as you can read on a screen. Graphics are terrific.

Anonymous says:

Garmin Huntview Wanted a satellite view with my Garmin 600T and this Hunt View map did just that! Pretty blury below 200 feet but Birds Eye view will fix that problem? Enough details for my purpose just hunting!

Anonymous says:

Decent but low quality images compared to high res Birds Eye For AZ it has the hunt units and even the new Mtn Lion region maps, which is pretty handy. I have used Birds Eye imagery for 3 years now and I really like it. It shows you a bunch of trails and paths that a standard topo map wont give you. The Birds Eye maps that come on this card are poor quality. The imagery will give you an idea of whats out there, but gets really blurry the closer in you zoom. As long as you dont want to zoom in very close you should be okay. I would think that at…

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