Arizona PLAT Topo Hunt Map -- Micro SD by ONXMAPS
ONXMAPS HUNT Maps Overview
- Private Land Ownership -- Names and Property Boundaries so you can request access
- Color-coded Public Lands -- Federal (National Forest Service, BLM, etc.), State, Local, County Open Spaces, City Parks
- Private Land Open to Public -- BMA's, Access Yes!, Walk-in Access, CWMUs, etc.
- Hunting Areas -- Game Management Units, Hunting Districts, Wildlife Management Units
- Roads and Trails -- National Forest Service, National Park, State Land, Public Timberland, Highway, County, City, Street, State Park, BLM, US Fish and Wildlife, Statewide, County, OHV trails
- 24k Topo/Geographic Features -- True 1:24 Topo Intervals, Wilderness Access, Deserts, Draws, Summits, Passes, Prairies, Ridges, Springs, Valleys, Waterfalls, and more
- Points of Interests -- Boat Ramps/Launches, Campsites (established and primitive), Fishing Access, Picnic Access, Trailheads, Wilderness Areas, Wildlife Viewing and more
- And more!
HUNT Arizona for Garmin Features:
- Land owner name appears on parcels within the state*
- Land owner name is searchable in BaseCamp and most GPS units
- Color-coded land ownership data
- Bureau of Land Management (BLM)
- US Forest Service
- Indian Reservations
- US Fish & Wildlife
- National Park Service
- State Land
- State Parks
- State Wildlife Areas
- County Land
- Department of Defense
- Bureau of Reclamation (BOR)
- Corps of Engineers
- Local government
- Non-profit Open Space Lands (Possible access on lands owned by the Nature Conservancy, the Sycamore Canyon Conservation Foundation; the Central Arizona, Desert Foothills and Superstition Area Land Trusts; the Casabel Conservation Assn, and the Arizona Land & Water Trust)
- Much more!
- Game Management Unit boundaries
- Navajo Game Unit boundaries
- Wilderness Area boundaries
- 24k topo
- Section lines and numbers (T24N R34E 12)
- City parks, county open space
- Roads—Highways, city and county roads, Forest Service roads, BLM roads, National Park roads, state lands roads, National Wildlife Refuge roads
- Trails—National Forest trails, National Park trails, BLM trails, US Fish & Wildlife trails, urban OSM trails, county trails, and the Arizona Trail
- Geographic names—Cities, towns, summits, passes, canyons, draws, plateaus, plains, deserts
- Water—detailed data on rivers & streams, washes, canals, lakes, reservoirs, springs
- Bathymetry—Depth contours in Lake Mead, Lake Powell, Lake Pleasant, and Theodore Roosevelt Lake. Do not use for navigation
- Fishing access sites (boat ramps)
- Airports—Updated with current FAA data
- Microbrewery locations
- Disc golf course locations
- National Forest Service stock and trick tank locations
*Private land ownership information may not be available for all counties but is updated frequently.
Compatible with Astro 430, 320, 220 and Alpha 100.
GPS Compatibility for SD and MicroSD:
- Garmin GPS with color screen
- Unit must have expandable memory capability (slot or port for MicroSD or SD memory card)
- DO NOT send any other map data to the SD card while it is in the unit -- you may take the card out and use BaseCamp to send any other data to your internal memory. You may also send and receive data for waypoints, tracks, and routes to and from your GPS unit's internal memory
- Make sure your GPS is up to date using Garmin WebUpdater
Quick Start Guide | Register and Update
Register and Update your HUNT Chip to the Most Recent Version
1. Using a desktop computer, fill out the form at: HuntingGPSmaps.com/registration
2. In your 'My Maps' area click on the 'Download Chip Updater' button
3. Start the easy and fast Map Update process*
*If your map is the most recent version the updater will notify you that there is no need to update. We will email you when a new version is released.
HUNT Chip Computer Use
Viewing the HUNT Map on your PC/Mac Computer
Note: Using a high-speed internet connection, download Garmin's FREE BaseCamp software to view your HUNT Chip on a computer. The map will load automatically after connecting.
Connecting to Your Computer
There are three (3) ways to connect to your computer:
1. With the Chip loaded in your GPS, connect your GPS to your computer using the USB cable included with your GPS*
2. Insert the HUNT Chip into the provided SD adapter, then insert into the appropriate media port on your computer
3. Use an SD to USB converter with method two (2) above
*Note: Older GPS units need to be in Mass Storage Mode. To do so go to the Main Menu > Setup > Interface and then press Enter
HUNT Chip GPS Use
Loading the HUNT Chip into your GPS
1. Insert the HUNT Chip into your GPS
2. Ensure the GPS is powered on and zoom in to the state you purchased to verify the map has loaded correctly
3. If map does not load, remove chip, wipe off brass leads, and reinsert
Viewing the HUNT Map Features
Your HUNT Map comes loaded with several hunting specific features that are layered to enhance viewing.
Viewing Detail Levels
Zoom in to see more map details.
1: Land Ownership, Major Roads, GMUs
2: Section Info, Trails, County Info
3: Minor Roads, Water Data
4: 100K Topo
5: 24K Topo
Accessing the Feature List
Access the feature list to quickly reference map data - no need for a legend!
1. Pan map to area of interest
2. Place cursor on the location of interest
3. Push Enter/Select button to display the feature list.
Warning: Do not load other maps to this chip. Maps can be overwritten!
For additional questions and HUNT Map Support, please email: email@example.com
Country of Origin: Made in USA.