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google Earth GPS journal ebook

Using GPS, Google Earth, and Google Maps for Hunting, Scouting, and Keeping a Geospatial Journal + Other Hunting Tips

Find and Scout new hunting areas in a fraction of the time and money while gaining a better understanding of the animals and the terrain.

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What's in the Book?

  • Learn how to begin using Google Earth for Scouting and Journal Keeping and how to take scouting to the next level
  • How to use your GPS to trace the path you have travelled, mark important locations with the GPS or with your digital camera, and overlay your paths, important locations, photos, and comments onto a 3D Google Earth Map & a 2D Google Maps Topo Map.
GPS google earth hunting journal
  • How to use google earth to find public land for hunting - BONUS
  • How to use google earth to find trail access and designated camping areas
  • How to use google earth to keep a 3D hunting journal
  • How to find good hunting areas from home using google earth
  • How to scout hunting areas from home using google earth
  • Elk, Antelope, Mule Deer, & all Big Game Hunting Tips
Finding lookouts using Google Earth
Finding game travel routes using Google Earth 3D satellite images
  • How to create FREE personalized reference maps and how to find the easiest travel routes
creating free topo maps for hunting
  • Do you want to create FREE topographic maps of areas you want to hunt? How about FREE satellite images of the areas you want to hunt! In this ebook I tell you exactly how to create these types of reference maps for free, and on top of that, I explain exactly how to personalize the maps using your own waypoints and travel paths that you marked during scouting trips or previous hunts.
  • Do you ever wish you could remember what the weather was like, or what time of day it was, when you saw that trophy buck or bull moving through an opening? Or maybe you just can't quite remember where that opening was. If you create a geospatial journal in Google Earth, you just might be able to use all these experiences to make correlations that allow you to better understand the game you are pursuing, which could drastically increase your chances of harvesting an animal next year. Learn the fastest and easiest way to create a GPS hunting journal in my ebook.
  • Use Google Earth, your GPS data, and your geotagged photographs to gain a better feeling for what was around the next corner or over the next ridge, find the easiest routes to travel between areas, and gain a better understanding of where you were in much less time and with much less money.

Why Should I Create a Journal in Google Earth

  • You gain a better understanding of the animal you're hunting and the area you're hunting in a shorter period of time.
  • Documenting what happened and where it happened allows you to be able to tie it all together at the end of the season and helps you to acquire a spatial idea of where all your sightings are actually happening, where you are getting shot opportunites or responses to calls, etc.
  • Creating the journal also allows you to pass your experiences and knowledge onto other hunters. Whether it's your kids, your grandkids, your hunting buddies, or the world, the information is compiled in an intuitive, information rich format.


google Earth GPS journal ebook
$8.95


A secure link to download the book will be emailed automatically upon purchase.
The book is a PDF document, which can be read using standard PC software - Adobe Reader, download Adobe Reader for Free

BONUS - For a Limited Time I will include a section describing the best ways to Find Public Land using FREE online tools, including Google Earth.

100% Money Back Satisfaction Guarantee

More About the Book

Summary

In this ebook, I am going to walk you through a process that I have used many times to find a new hunting area, efficiently scout the area, and effectively hunt the area. If you already have a productive hunting area, then I encourage you to read about keeping an EarthJournal during the scouting and hunting process and how to create personalized reference maps of your hunting area.

Here are the 5 steps that I will be explaining in detail:
  1. Find an area to hunt
  2. Scout the area from home
  3. Scout the area on foot
  4. Create Free reference maps with GPS tracks and waypoints from the scouting trips
  5. Hunt the area and keep a GPS Google Earth journal to help understand the animal you are hunting and learn the area you are hunting faster
I will walk you through each step, explaining exactly what you need to do and how to do it using Google Earth. During each step, I will show examples of what I am looking for in the satellite imagery or topography maps by showing you screenshots of areas I have actually used Google Earth to assist with scouting and hunting. I will also show you how to make your own reference maps based on what YOU saw on your scouting trips and how YOU plan to hunt the area.

By the end of the short book, you will know a lot more about google earth and a lot more about using your GPS in conjunction with Google Earth. You will also learn how to use google earth to do a lot of the scouting legwork for you and help you become more familiar with the terrain you are hunting in.

Outline

I. Introduction

II. Finding an Area to Hunt
   A. Finding Public Land
  1. National Forests
  2. BLM Lands
  3. State Lands / State Forests
  4. National Wildlife Refuges
  5. Landowner/government wildlife agency cooperative hunting areas (Block Management, Access Yes Properties, Private Lands Public Wildlife)
   B. What to look for in a hunting area.

III. Scouting the Area From Home
   A. Getting a general idea of the area using Google Earth
   B. Finding the best access points and easiest travel routes

IV. Scouting the area on foot and recording data in your GPS Google Earth Journal
   A. The Equipment and the Goal - what we will need and what we will be doing
   B. How to use the equipment to achieve the goal
  1. Setting up your GPS to ‘Track’ your position
  2. Marking Waypoints
  3. Geotagging Photos
  4. Setting up your computer to make the map
  5. Making the Map
V. Prepare Maps for the Hunt - Create FREE reference maps with GPS tracks and waypoints from your scouting and hunting trips
   A. Creating a Personalized Aerial Photo Map using Google Earth
   B. Creating a Personalized Topography Map using Google Maps
   C. Preparing your GPS with scouting tracks and waypoints
   D. Obtaining standard printed maps of areas you want to hunt

VI. Hunt the area and keep a journal to document your experiences
   A. Using your GPS on the hunt
   B. Organizing a GPS Google Earth Journal

Learn to map and keep track of the following:
  • Game trails or apparent game travel routes
  • The best access routes to your area
  • Any tracks or sign of the game you are hunting
  • Good vantage points or lookouts
  • Food/Water sources
  • Locations for camping
  • Locations for filtering water
  • Locations of where you have cached food or water for emergencies
  • Possible bedding areas
  • Where you observed game or game movement
  • Areas of rutting activity such as rubs, scrapes, or wallows
  • Areas that were difficult to walk through
  • Kill locations
  • Treestand locations
  • Shot Opportunities
  • Responses to Calls

Easy to Follow Format

In the book I walk you through each step of each process by showing Screen Capture images. The following image is an excerpt from the book showing the description and corresponding image that make each step very easy to follow.

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These tactics can also be used for bird hunting, bird watching, game viewing, . . . , or any activity that could benefit from keeping a geospatial journal with photos.

Why not take a few steps to increase your chances of success next season. Maybe you need to try a new area or become more familiar with the area you hunted last year. Or maybe you drew that tag you’ve been applying for and you need to figure out where to hunt. Some solid scouting and good record keeping could make the difference next season.

google Earth GPS journal ebook
$8.95


A secure link to download the book will be emailed automatically upon purchase.
The book is a PDF document, which can be read using standard PC software - Adobe Reader, download Adobe Reader for Free

BONUS - For a Limited Time I will include a section describing the best ways to Find Public Land using FREE online tools, including Google Earth.

100% Money Back Satisfaction Guarantee

Reviews

"Hey, your ebook on Google Earth is worth it at twice the price. Dude, I've learned more from your book than from two GE books from the library. I was a technical writer for 25 years, and I gotta say well done. Be proud."

-Steve Crawford of Ohio

"I highly recommend the electronic book. The ebook will open your eyes, educating you on the power of integrating your GPS with Google Earth in this step-by-step guide."

-Rob Burnette of Chattanooga, TN

"I was able to tell what the book and site was for quickly and what it all included. It was easy to understand."

-anonymous

"The book although basic is a very good read. Thanks, brad"

-Brad Covington