Onyx HUNT Premium map products are color-coded state specific maps showcasing land owner names.
You will be able to see your position relative to public and private land boundaries.
For example, if you are on a BLM section, your current location will show up on a yellow background. If you are on private land, your GPS will show your current location on a white background. Wherever you go you have a Statewide Ownership and Topo Map compacted down to a device that fits in the palm of your hand and weighs less than a pound.
ADVANTAGES OF HUNTING GPS MAPS
Discover little-known, seldom-hunted public land.
Pinpoint private land owner data by parcel and boundaries so you can request access permission.
Navigate confidently around private lands you're not allowed to hunt.
Easily identify hunting districts and game management units.
Recognize public and private lands with straightforward color-coded ownership.
Access roads (hwy, city, back-roads, trails).
Discover water (lakes, rivers, creeks, springs).
Map your best route with 24K topographical functionality.
Much more — use every feature you will ever want in the field.
Use all the mapping device platforms for the ultimate mapping experience!
Landowner name appears on parcels within the state*
(View our PLAT Coverage Map for more information)
Color-coded land ownership data
State Fish & Wildlife Areas
State Habitat Areas
State Natural Areas
State Parks and Recreation Areas
State Conservation Areas
City, county, & township land
US Forest Service
US Fish & Wildlife
National Park Service
Department of Defense
Corps of Engineers
Timber Company Lands
Here is some of the information you get on this chip:
Section lines and numbers (T24N R34E 12)
City parks, county open space
Roads—Highways, city and county roads, National Forest roads, National Park roads, state park and natural area roads, National Wildlife Refuge roads
Trails—National Forest trails, National Park trails, US Fish & Wildlife trails, local preserve trails, state park trails, bike trails, regional greenway trails
Geographic names—Cities, towns, villages, prairies, islands, sand bars, river channels
Water—detailed data on rivers, lakes, reservoirs, creeks, marshes
Bathymetry—Depth contours for Lake Michigan, and sections of the Mississippi River (NOT FOR NAVIGATIONAL USE)
Fishing access sites (boat ramps)
Airports—with current FAA data
Disc golf course locations