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I've never seen a single map that has it all. I use several maps usually, scan in the area I want to hunt, photoshop all of the data onto a single image, then color code it. For example, here's one I did of the Avintaquin a few years back for my boys elk hunt. I wanted to make dang sure I stayed well off tribe lands:



Gotten quite a few "thank yous" from guys who now use that one when hunting there.

Anywho County records will have the latest ownership records.

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OnX's phone app "Hunt" lets you configure areas with information and then save it for offline viewing. I haven't renewed my subscription for a year because it was always crashing on my device. Generally I plan my trip to an area using the online DWR map and then use my phone for navigation. The important factor there though is that I drive a car and not a truck so I'm not usually far from civilization and the ability to recharge.
 

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OnX failed me last year in the field... couldnt get any of the pre-saved data to load up. I had my paper maps with me so I reverted back to plan B and used those.


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I really like x maps. You can plug it into your gps and print your custom hunt maps off of the computer. They have every unit and hunt utah has to offer. It is a little pricey but not as pricey as getting caught on private property!
 

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I like the maps that are available from the USGS website. I can usually overlay those onto Google Earth then go from there.

You might also find a good map at the ranger station for your particular area or at the DNR office in Salt Lake.
 

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USU library will print off very detailed maps for around 6.00$ on waterproof paper.
 
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