2012 Ram - I just want to thank Dave and Donelle for there help and professional service they provide through huntdata maps. The sheep kill sites map and the centerpoint map for my specific unit were extremely beneficial. Being able to study, visualize and create a plan from the information the maps helped me harvest my ram. I hope it is not the case, but this hunt and memories is going to be really hard to beat. With the help of a couple great friends, my in-laws and a lot of support from my wife and kids, this was just a really enjoyable hunt with a great outcome during a great time of the peak fall season, and seeing lots of wildlife, it was great. But I must emphasize it all started with getting in really good shape and having huntdata maps and cds to look at and visualize nightly, really took the pressure off what could be a once in a lifetime hunt. Thanks Huntdata. Scott Denver
The BigGameCD by Hunt Data was a great resource for me on my
bighorn sheep hunt. After waiting nine years to draw the tag and having
never hunted bighorn sheep before, the CD was invaluable in helping me
plan my pre-season scouting. I was able to plot locations where other
hunters had taken rams in my unit and then print out the maps.
Thank you to my friends Cam, Ken and Scott and to the folks at BigGameCD
for helping me get my ram"
The bull below was taken in the first
season on public lands. We used a cow in heat call
to lure him out of the timber.
Dave (owner) with
a bull in 2002. 8 elk in the past 10 years!.
| Donnelle (Owner) with
her first bull in 2001. 5 elk in the past 5 years! She took this
bull in the 3rd season in a winter concentration area.
||This note is to thank you
for your Big Game CD. The information and maps it provided were
invaluable in enabling me to fill my Mt. Goat tag last fall with this
fine Billy! The information your CD provided definitely helped me in
locating the goats and preparing for the treacherous country and weather
I faced in this once in a lifetime experience. Once again, thanks for
this wonderful tool for hunters!
Dave and Don with a great 6x6. Not
bad for an over-the-counter hunt! Thanks Carey for
"birddogging". The 6x6 above was taken in the 2nd
over-the-counter season. There had been some early
snows so we positioned ourselves in a migration corridor
between summer and winter ranges. Bingo, this bull
was slinking through the dark timber heading down to the