The Boone and Crockett Club and onXmaps have joined forces to offer hunters a new tool in their search for a trophy animal.
You can’t kill a trophy animal unless you hunt an area that holds them. Therefore, studying the Boone and Crockett record books is a great way to key in on hot spots for the animal you are trying to harvest. Thanks to a new trophy data overlay, onXmaps and the Boone and Crockett Club have made the process a whole lot easier.
The trophy data “heat map” will be available on onXmaps users’ phones or computers. While it won’t list the names and scores like the actual record book, it will give users a pretty good idea of the trophy potential in a given area.
Justin Spring, the Club’s Director of Big Game records, said, “Now onXmap users can view mapping overlays by trophy category showing the density of B&C record book trophies over time, right down to the county.”
The maps will cover all of the lower 48 states and include trophy data for 15 big game species. Whether you’re looking for a new hunting area to bag that trophy animal or just want to learn how your current hunting spot stacks up against others, the Boone and Crockett layer can provide valuable, easy to read information.
Learn more about the Boone and Crockett layer at Hunting GPS Maps.