No longer in hindsight
The tough thing about putting-in for draws, especially for public land, is knowing whether or not there's a better unit to put-in for that will render more desirable results. It's always in hindsight that we figure that out, for better or for worse.
It's also not a new revelation that every season is different from the previous. We know that game move, units change and nature is cleve
r. It's a great undertaking to know where to focus our research before the draws and where to start our scouting after we get tags when there's so much country and so many units that could possibly hold the monster bucks and giant bulls and other big game and delicious clean meat we all work so hard to find. Having hard data you can see as proof that there's desirable game to be scouted in a particular area is an invaluable asset to making decisions that put you in the right direction from the start.
The value of research with Scout to Hunt
For anyone hunting public land, your tool belt won’t be complete without Scout to Hunt. With anything in life, more input = more output. This is very much applicable and necessary when it comes to putting in the time and effort to research efficiently and effectively. It's a simple matter of setting yourself up for strong, successful scouting and boots on the ground efforts. With all the up-to-date unit data that is available to analyze fresh from the field, Scout to Hunt finds having tangible, hard data you can actually see to be essential in producing optimal planning and preparation. This applies in many ways, which is beneficial in meeting the unique demands of different types of hunters. As a multi-faceted platform with varying and tailored applications, you're guaranteed to find Scout to Hunt's Advanced Scouting Platform as a valuable tool-- whatever your situation may be.
With a web-based platform and a mobile app on the way, members of Scout to Hunt can explore the current extensive coverage that consists of Utah, Eastern Nevada and the Arizona Strip (with plans to expand much further into more states). Inside the platform, you can view the tremendous amount of varying locations where game have been spotted, along with the dated image itself within the units of each state. This provides concrete unit data you can incorporate into your planning and strategy to better use your limited time, familiarize yourself with the units and terrain, know where to put-in and get started in the right direction to prepare yourself for successful scouting.
Whether you’re new to hunting, you’re planning a western hunt from the east or a few states away, or life just doesn’t allow for all the preparation you’d hope for, having Scout to Hunt in your arsenal will prove to be an essential tool to getting you started off on the right foot for public western hunting
As an all-in-one research tool, with high-resolution satellite imagery and U.S. 24k topo mapping and many other essential features, you’ll be well equipped for successful research and planning. Whether it's for this season or for preparing for the next, find out how you can apply it to your strategy at Scouttohunt.com.