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Hi everyone. New hunter here. Planning to hunt around Rocky Point Long Island. I'm wondering if there's cell phone service in the woods there. Or should I bring a GPS so I don't get lost in the woods? Would really appreciate everyone's help. Thanks in advance!
This may have been discussed before, It can certainly use updating. With the power and sophistication of the new breed of smartphones, GPS', Tablets and Home PCs there has never been a time with so many tools available to hunters and fisherman of all types. I'd like to know what if any of these tools you're using and how. I'll start off with Devices and Apps I'm using or testing. On my PC Google Earth and the KMZ files available from the NYSDEC have been an amazing source of information. All of which can be accessed on most smartphones. I have the Galaxy S2 (samsung) loaded with these apps, ALL ARE FREE, I aint paying for nuttin i aint tried out before. ActInNature Hunting - ActInNature Company ApS Backitude for Google Latitude - DownWind Development Cabela's Recon Fish -Trimble Navigation Coyote Sounds - PhotoBeat Coyote Hunting Calls - Pico Brothers Crow Calls - Clandestine Research Coyote Hunting Calls - Dexati Favorite Animal Calls - Favorite Android Hunting Calls - Clandestine Research KMLZ to Earth - WrightRocket Maps - Google Inc. Hunting Calls Pro - LexApps Mil Dot Calculator - Free - What I Feel Like Programming Predator Calls - Clandestine Research MoonShine Free - Bad Daddy Mossy Oak Hunting Weather App - HuntLogix Runtastic Altimeter - runtastic Sonic Turkey Lite - Bad Daddy Strelok. Ballistic calculator - Igor Borisov SkEye | Astronomy - Harshad RJ Smart Compass - Smart Tools co. Virginia Tech Tree ID - Bob Potts Turkey Hunting Calls - Pico Brothers As you can see i'm trying out quite a few so load up try em out and lets post some feed back. Thanks Buzz