Theres probably a better way but this is what i did. I ordered a 'master' map that showed every quad (1;7500 scale) and name of quad in CO from USGS. From that master i was able to pick what quads i needed and ordered the basic paper maps.at the time it was 6or7 dollars per quad.I did this pre PC so i would think it would be fairly easy to get on the USGS web site and go from there.
I really like the delorme topo zone map program. I have been using it for years and is a good tool. yuu can create all kinds of maps. For the $100 i have the whole western united states. Than get the national geographic adventure paper so your maps don't run when rain hits them.
I also have the delorme topo usa and their hand held gps, they both work great. You can download aerials topos etc. onto both. Another option is mytopo.com, you can do a specific area that might run onto 4 or 5 usgs quads and put them onto one map,they can waterproof it and do different layering , they worked out for me in previous years also.
Deer hunters spend so much time trying to pattern deer that we forget that we also can be "patterned." After all, most of us hunt the same days and the same hours, so it isn't difficult for deer to figure us out.
While we would never recommend giving up hunting the traditional moving times for deer -- early morning and late evening -- it's important to keep in mind that deer will move at other times of the day. Sometimes hunting through lunch, or getting in your stand earlier than usual for an...