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    https://oodmag.com/introducing-huntstand-pro/


    HuntStand Pro, North America’s number one hunting and land management tool, has landed here in Ontario. Download it today.
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    Ihunter mobile app is better imo
    And it's Canadian made

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    Quote Originally Posted by newbiehunter View Post
    Ihunter mobile app is better imo
    And it's Canadian made

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    Just curious what you like better in the ihunter app? I have both apps, but I don't love that ihunter is forcing me to pay the $40 for access to maps after the free trial, while HuntStand allows me to use a free version

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryeguy View Post
    Just curious what you like better in the ihunter app? I have both apps, but I don't love that ihunter is forcing me to pay the $40 for access to maps after the free trial, while HuntStand allows me to use a free version
    Does Huntstand include crown land overlays for free? What's the catch?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryeguy View Post
    Just curious what you like better in the ihunter app? I have both apps, but I don't love that ihunter is forcing me to pay the $40 for access to maps after the free trial, while HuntStand allows me to use a free version
    Interesting, HuntStand does not show neither crown not huntable county tracts for my free version.





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    Quote Originally Posted by newbiehunter View Post
    Interesting, HuntStand does not show neither crown not huntable county tracts for my free version.





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    Ahh ok, sounds like we are using the app for different purposes. I am not using the app to find public land, rather for land management/mapping my hunting spots. I believe the free version of the HuntStand app allows me to drop various types of pins on my hunt area, view satellite images, weather/wind, etc. While iHunter doesn't allow me to access the app at all without purchasing (7 day free trial is done). Does iHunter also allow for similar mapping of hunting areas for sightings, harvests and trail cams or is it primarily used for public vs private map overlays?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryeguy View Post
    Ahh ok, sounds like we are using the app for different purposes. I am not using the app to find public land, rather for land management/mapping my hunting spots. I believe the free version of the HuntStand app allows me to drop various types of pins on my hunt area, view satellite images, weather/wind, etc. While iHunter doesn't allow me to access the app at all without purchasing (7 day free trial is done). Does iHunter also allow for similar mapping of hunting areas for sightings, harvests and trail cams or is it primarily used for public vs private map overlays?
    They are pretty much on par in terms of prices, available maps in vanilla paid version, ability to add waypoints/map drawings, offline maps, weather etc..

    HuntStand seem to be geared more for hunt camps (multiple folks sharing hunting grounds).
    You create a "hunting area" and attach your waypoints to it. Then you could share the area with your gang. It also has 'tasks' etc..

    Where as Ihunter waypoints are just added to map without grouping by 'area'(although you can share waypoints there too, but one at a time, so it's just requires more to share the whole area..)
    So it seems to be targeted towards public land hunters flying solo or small groups.

    Where Ihunter shines is:
    1.regulations/season info built-in to the app
    2. Counties/townships boundaries
    3. Counties huntable parks with details, rules etc
    4. Ability to export waypoints to your gps device easily
    5. Ability to add custom maps/overlays (if you are technically inclined and know data sources etc...)
    You can expand the app to way more then vanilla version
    6. It has a 'track me' feature that is handy when following a game trail in field




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    Quote Originally Posted by newbiehunter View Post
    They are pretty much on par in terms of prices, available maps in vanilla paid version, ability to add waypoints/map drawings, offline maps, weather etc..

    HuntStand seem to be geared more for hunt camps (multiple folks sharing hunting grounds).
    You create a "hunting area" and attach your waypoints to it. Then you could share the area with your gang. It also has 'tasks' etc..

    Where as Ihunter waypoints are just added to map without grouping by 'area'(although you can share waypoints there too, but one at a time, so it's just requires more to share the whole area..)
    So it seems to be targeted towards public land hunters flying solo or small groups.

    Where Ihunter shines is:
    1.regulations/season info built-in to the app
    2. Counties/townships boundaries
    3. Counties huntable parks with details, rules etc
    4. Ability to export waypoints to your gps device easily
    5. Ability to add custom maps/overlays (if you are technically inclined and know data sources etc...)
    You can expand the app to way more then vanilla version




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    Awesome thanks for the insight!

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