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Location: Connecticut
Joined: 07/13/2005
Posts: 61
reading aerial and topographic maps

i have aerial and topo maps of my hunting area but what do i look for to find a good stand location. also funnels how do i see them

Location: Wa.
Joined: 03/31/2004
Posts: 1300
reading aerial and topographic maps

The maps will help you access the area.
When you get in. You'll be looking for signs of game movement, feeding areas and territory claims.

Joined: 07/01/2005
Posts: 70
reading aerial and topographic maps

The photos are a good start but you need to spend some time on the ground in order to find the locations you are looking for.

Location: florida panhandle
Joined: 11/21/2004
Posts: 19
reading aerial and topographic maps


this is a good site to learn what the topo maps can tell you, i use arieals quite a bit, take them when you walk around, you will soon learn to tell where the swamps/hardwoods look like from the air, i use them here in florida alot, we have lots of pines, so i look for where the hardwood patches are, such as oaks. hope this helps. happy hunting

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