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  1. First time poster, long time lurker looking for some advice. I've hunted this unit 11/05/21 - 11/11/21 and 11/25/22 - 12/04/22 and have yet to glass up a single buck. I got drawn for the early December hunt this year and am hoping my bad luck will finally turn. I counted almost 30 does over the 9 day hunt in '22 (I even glassed one up bedded almost 1300 yards from the top of the mountain I was on.) so I know it's not an issue of being able to spot them. I use OnX for E Scouting and have put some extensive time into getting out there and ground pounding but still with no avail. I've hit up "Whitetail Pointe" and other areas, but have thought about hiking into the wilderness for a few days this trip. My Hunt areas are primarily West (San Carlos Res Land) and East of 23S (so mostly the NorthEast part of the unit). I'm wondering should I Focus more on the South/SouthWest part of the unit? Keep going in the general area I've been going and venture into the Wilderness Area? I'll probably get rolled for this, but I'm a MidWest transplant for work and have been a resident for around 5.5 years now. I didn't grow up hunting, but wanted to get into the sport as I got older. College and Military obligations got in the way for the majority of my 20s, but was able to pick it up in the latter half. My hunting career started with my coworker asking "Did you put in for Deer yet?". So of course, I chose the hard route first and went for Coues 🙃🤣 I was fortunate to finally harvest my first animal with a Cow Elk tag this past fall, so now I need to finally get my first Coues. I will most likely be doing this hunt solo this year. Any and all Tips/Tricks/Advice/Constructive Criticism/Etc. is welcome. Thanks In Advance.
  2. Game Planner Maps

    General Season Prep

    We're less than a month away from the opener for the first general deer seasons of the year. There's still time to get a Game Planner Map for your hunt this fall. Turn around time is less than a week on a Game Planner Red Zone Map and Custom Maps are ~8 business days. If you need something for a scouting trip this weekend give a Digital Map a try. At only $9.99 its a heck of a deal, and when used with the free Avenza Maps app it turns your mobile device into a GPS and you do not need a wireless signal. I'm always happy to help CWTers get their device setup. The process is simple and I can talk you through it over the phone and help with delivering the download. Even if you don't need a map for your hunt you can take advantage of the Free Game Planner Map Viewer just by registering with a valid email. Use it to map scout your unit and print your own maps. Please contact me if you have any questions: email: ed@gameplannermaps.com phone: (480) 620-3309 Best of luck and thanks again to all the CWTers who are using Game Planner Maps this fall! Ed