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Quack
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I've had a hell of a time finding a large format (larger than 48"x48") high resolution map of my property.
My struggle is that the property is split between washington and crawford county.
I've got the property ID's and outline on huntstand but I'd like to have a large format on the wall.
It would be even better if I could overlay trails that I have marked with GPS.
 

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Quack
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looking for both satellite and topo maps
 

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I still like OnXmaps. You can mark stand locations, draw on it and print to a printer or .pdf. Something that large would have to be done by a printing place but they can probably do something with the .pdf.
 

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Don't mind me
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My buddy paid for a high res file and took it somewhere to have it printed. Can't remember where the file came from though.
 

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Be sure to check your county for as GIS mapping system. They often update them yearly with high quality imagery. Topo is be checking USGS or ArcGIS. Many are free but you may have to dig a little
 
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