New Hunting App For Deer Hunters Now Available

A Pennsylvania man has come up with a deer hunting app, which allows hunters to keep track of all their observations, field notes, photos, harvests and weather information for the locations where they hunt. Dan Hansel of Houtzdale, says it was a result of his years of deer hunting experience and the years of experience his father, Terry Hansel, passed onto him as he was learning the sport, taken in a digital direction due to his profession. The TrophyTracks app, available on Goggle Play and the Apple App Store, is a way for the hunter to record memories in his personal journal, predict the best days to hunt, and hopefully be in the right place at the right time. The basic, free membership allows the hunter to enter an unlimited number of reports but limits the number of photos he can save to 20. Those photos can include uploads from trail cameras. The paid pro version allows for more photos. Like other popular hunting apps, TrophyTracks has a mapping function. In its first partial-year of availability, since mid-September, TrophyTracks has attracted more than 650 users. For more information, visit the TrophyTracks website at trophytracks.com/

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