Why step blindly into your next hunt? Syncing Group Hunt Areas in HuntStand gives you the ability to map out your hunt with your lease buddies, hunting club partners, or outfitters. And that’s before ever stepping foot on the property. In this video HuntStand’s Will Cooper shows how he used this important function when hunting early season whitetails in Nebraska.
Scouting From Home
Need a great example of the effectiveness of Sharing HuntStand Group Hunt Areas? Cooper’s 2022 early season whitetail hunt in Nebraska is a telling example. Cooper traveled to the same area in Nebraska last fall to hunt rutting whitetails. However, when he arrived for his early September hunt this year, everything looked much different. The vegetation was much thicker and the place looked entirely unfamiliar. And of course, the local deer patterns were different as well. Things looked challenging to say the least.
Sharing Info Is Huge
Lucky for Will, he had been communicating back and forth with the outfitter for much of the summer. Because the two had shared the same Hunt Area in HuntStand, Will knew where trail cameras had been set up. In addition, Will knew which cams were in the most-productive spots. He also knew, well before arriving, the best places to park, suggested stand sites, and more. That’s because the outfitter took the time to drop pins on the shared Hunt Area map, and include descriptive notes. So it was like Will was scouting the property right along with the outfitter. And Will lives in Texas, hundreds of miles away from northern Nebraska.
Make the Most of Your Hunts
Sharing Group Hunt Areas is just one of the many ways HuntStand lets you hit the ground running on out-of-state hunts. Or on any hunt you share with friends. In the end it’s all about making the most of your precious hunting time. And nothing does this faster or more efficiently than the many-featured HuntStand Pro. Try syncing HuntStand Hunt Areas with your buddies this fall. It might just lead to your best season ever.