Aerial Maps - level of detail when printing?

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Re: Aerial Maps - level of detail when printing?

Unread postby daveynewman » Thu Feb 22, 2018 9:02 am

Jonny wrote:
Lopedog699 wrote:What is a good place to order lamenated high detailed maps? With good detail of course


I’d do office max/depot or a staples type store. Do all the prep work at home for getting your aerial done, marked up as you want, test print it to make sure it will work, and save it to a flash drive. Take it there and have them print it and laminate it. If you go to a hunting website that does it, the cost just went up a lot.

Only dilemma is if you want bigger than 8.5x11 or 11x17 then you can’t test print it.




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Re: Aerial Maps - level of detail when printing?

Unread postby Dpierce72 » Thu Feb 22, 2018 11:33 am

Thanks for all the tips and especially agree with ...the more you absorb mentally, the less detailed your map needs to be. Cyberscouting till you could navigate at a high level can reduce your dependence on maps and or electronics.

Maybe between OnX maps on my iPhone and my Garmin 64s, thats all the backup I need. Since I'm in large swampland - 5x20 miles, I like having backup ...just in case :lol:
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