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Contributors to this thread:
TODDY 24-May-21
Sunset 24-May-21
tkjwonta 25-May-21
DanaC 25-May-21
WV Mountaineer 25-May-21
Jethro 25-May-21
elkster 25-May-21
Predeter 25-May-21
midwest 25-May-21
Bob H in NH 25-May-21
Jaquomo 25-May-21
Mule Power 25-May-21
Scar Finga 25-May-21
fisherick 25-May-21
Z Barebow 26-May-21
From: TODDY
24-May-21
This has been brought up before but it has been a while since I saw one posted and there may be better options now. What are guys using for foldable maps for out in the field; to use in conjunction with onX on my phone and a GPS? I believe many guys were using MyTopo in some of the later posts on this subject. I'm hunting a new unit in Colorado this year. Thanks, TODDY

From: Sunset
24-May-21
MyTopo is what I use.

From: tkjwonta
25-May-21
MyTopo here as well. It is nice to have the paper map to get a "bird's eye view" of a larger area and also makes it much easier for 2 or more people to look over the map at the same time.

From: DanaC
25-May-21
I've used Mytopo, liked being able to combine topographical contour lines with aerial photo of the area. Best of both worlds.

25-May-21
I use the usgs topo maps

From: Jethro
25-May-21
For CO and WY....diyhuntingmaps

From: elkster
25-May-21
usgs too maps are cheaper but you can customize a map on mytopo.

From: Predeter
25-May-21
X5 for mytopo.com

From: midwest
25-May-21
Still like mytopo. Fit to the area and size I want, shaded relief, UTM tick marks.

From: Bob H in NH
25-May-21
Google earth, OnX in a browser and print. Restricted to paper size, but they work as a backup for phone, or to share with partners.

From: Jaquomo
25-May-21
No matter what topo you use, also get a DIY map for the area. It shows old decommissioned logging roads and closed roads that OnX does not. Golden for navigating new country.

From: Mule Power
25-May-21
I use Game Planner maps. Pick your four boundaries so it includes everything you want. Better than carrying two maps that each have only half of your area. Maps are printed on tear proof waterproof paper (vinyl). I have Ed highlight all the water on my maps too so it stands out.

From: Scar Finga
25-May-21
My Topo here... Customize what you want/ need. You can also call them and they will help you out!!

From: fisherick
25-May-21
My Topo maps with UTM grids, shaded relief.

From: Z Barebow
26-May-21
My Topo. Customized, water proof.

Speaking of navigation. (Not paper map). I am a Gaia user. There is a layer called Slope Angle. This layer is money. Used in conjunction with topo map/contour lines, you can pick your way through steep terrain/cliffy areas. Additionally, you can find some small "benchy" spots that the contour lines don't always give up. (Sorry to hijack)

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