Bothell, WA (March 16, 2020) – Western hunting research and planning is now easier thanks to a new partnership between BaseMap and Eastman’s Hunting Journal. The BaseMap Hunt Research tool will now include Eastman’s Member’s Research Section (MRS) data to provide app users with the most complete, up-to-date information.
“Eastmans’ Hunting Journal is a recognized authority in the hunting industry. The research they do and the information they provide to hunters in the west is invaluable. The fact that Eastmans’ trust BaseMap with a digital version of their MRS data shows the confidence they have in our platform. We are very excited about this partnership and glad we can offer this to our userbase.” Said Edward Gramza, Business Development Manager at BaseMap, Inc.
With the Hunt Research tool, you can plan hunts from your phone or desktop by turning on state- and species-specific layers to view harvest data and season dates. The addition of the MRS data adds more information including the best units to hunt based on tag allocations, draw odds, quality of animals, success rates, terrain difficulty, percentage of public land and more.
Eastman’s is the authority in hunting research data, compiling years upon years of data and working annually with a team of dedicated experts to gather information from state game agencies, biologists, outfitters and hunters to ensure the data is thorough and up to date based on current conditions. This exclusive partnership allows BaseMap subscribers to access this data from a single resource in an interactive format, rather than sorting through multiple states’ brochures, websites and reports. With access to all 50 states, it’s easy to switch from state to state and view data before making your final unit and tag selections.
The Hunt Research tool is available for $9.99/year and can be purchased by users with the Basic or Pro versions. If you already subscribe to Hunt Research, be sure your app is updated with the most recent version in the App Store or on Google Play to access the MRS data.