POWDERHOOK ANNOUNCES ONLINE MAPPING OF 781 MILLION ACRES OF PUBLIC LAND
Powderhook now offers over 781 million acres of public hunting and fishing land available. Their database includes public lands that are either open for walk-in or permit basis hunting. The map covers public land nationwide, so you can always find a great spot. Access the latest and greatest update online.
Powderhook has announced the newest software release of its’ hunting and fishing map which now boasts the most extensive public hunting land access available online today. With the newest release, Powderhook has now cataloged 781,866,447 acres, all accessible to the public.
“We have done an incredible amount of research to identify lands open to public hunting either on a walk-in basis or through permit. Our seamless nationwide map offers a single point of entry for hunters to find a wide variety of hunting opportunities,” states Powderhooks CEO, Eric Dinger. “Finding accessible locations can be complicated, especially when hunters want to cross state lines. Our map is a convenient tool for understanding hunter access. We work on our map each and every day to provide anglers and hunters with the best information possible.”
Powderhook continues to provide software solutions to the outdoor community in an effort to provide “Access for All.” With the current software release, Powderhook continues to provide a single platform for outdoorsmen to find both public and private spots to go, plan trips, host events and further connect with other sportsmen.
Powderhook’s mission is ‘Access for All.’ That means access for new hunters, anglers and shooters; for parents and their children; for neighbors who haven’t been out in the field for years; and for you.
Powderhook works with the nation’s leading conservation organizations, retailers and manufacturers, bringing the industry together to solve some of its most important challenges.
Don’t have a spot? Powderhook has over 500,000 including both public and private ground in every state and 30 countries.
Already have a spot? Finding an event, planning a trip, building a map, or locating a nearby group has never been easier.
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