GPS recomendations ??

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April 25, 2012 at 10:26 pm #851
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Dave Whitson

OK, we’re heading to WY in Sept for our first DIY Pronghorn hunt.

I have a GPS for my truck but, I’ve never used a hand-held GPS for hiking/hunting. I’ve read some reviews and I know to avoid a monochromatic screen but, have learned little else useful. One person loves model X while someone else hates it.

I need to get a mid-entry level GPS. Someone fairly easy to use and reliable. Other than this hunt, I don’t know that I’ll use it that much so I’d like to stay under $200-$250 if that’s possible.

I need to be able to put topo maps of the area we’ll hunt on it but need it to remain fairly easy to use. For the most part, reasonably competent on the computer.

Any recommendations from what you’re currently using ??

May 5, 2012 at 10:40 pm #853
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Jeff Michaels

Garmin Rino the way to go Jp and I use the Garmin Rino 520 its all the GPS youll need and it has Polling which will show you where your buddy is

May 9, 2012 at 5:02 pm #854
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the Rino is also a great two way radio, serves as both GPS and radio so you only need t carry one device

May 12, 2012 at 8:00 pm #855
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Jeff Michaels

hands down the best

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