New Digital Layers for Colorado

New Digital Layers for Colorado

Posted In: Scouting, The Hunt

Posted By: Jordan Ongstad (May 3, 2016)

We've expanded our layers for 'The Digital Hunting Guide' to help you Explore Public Lands like never before. These additional layers are perfect for the out-of-state hunter trying to work out new areas and what to expect on the ground for this falls hunt.  Use the image below to learn more.

Beetle and 30 Year Burn Layers

Both burns and beetle kill are something to keep in mind when you're planning your hunt, especially with the inability to get recent high quality imagery of some of these more remote areas. Depending on the temperature, burns can either be a great place to start, or something to avoid. I've broken the burns into 2, 5, 15 and 30 year categories so you have even a better idea of the burn scar you'll find on the ground.

Find Burn and Beetle Kill data for hunting big game in colorado

Species Specific Data

The Colorado Division of Wildlife produces some overview files to help plan your hunts. We've combined them into our online mapping platform so you can see things like Migration Patterns, Migration Corridors, Production Areas, Concentration Areas, Perennial Water Source, and Overall Range. The layers that are available are dependent on the species.

Movement Corridors, Overall Range, Concentration areas and more for Big Game Hunting in Colorado


Not only can you print the same Accurate Data found on our Paper and GPS Maps from the comfort of your home, but with the addition of these layers, you can go further than ever when you start scouting for this fall's hunt. With monthly subscriptions starting at only $4.95 a month, and option to try it for FREE for 5 days, there is no reason to not check out how the 'The Digital Hunting Guide' can help you Explore Public Lands like never before!

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