Database of Topographic Maps
and Satellite Photos for Every Stock Tank in Arizona
The most important part of hunting is researching a hunt unit using a topographic and
satellite photos to find stock tanks and pastures and predict where some good bedding areas
In addition, hunters can check out the database of stock tank scouting reports that we
have built so far. We only have a few done, but with the help of Arizona hunters, we would
like to build a scouting report for every single stock tank in Arizona. Below is a list of
stock tanks that we are actively scouting.
We began our stock tank research in Unit 6A first, but will be moving on
to Unit 22, Unit 23, Unit 27 and finally Unit 1. Obviously this going to require a lot of man power
and we would appreciate everyone who reads this to submit 10 scouting reports complete with the information
listed in the reports below.
Anyone who submits 10 accurate scouting reports, will be given free access to our entire database
of scouting reports.
Click here for a blank scouting report. Simply fill it out and send the pictures
to us via email.
We are also building a database of Arizona Quadrangle Maps
that will provide a micro and macro view of
every stock tank on a topographic map that will allow people to find feeding, bedding areas and watering holes
as well as predictable travel routes.
In addition, we have also included a
micro and macro satellite aerial photo
for every single stock tank. Satellite aerial photos are great for showing you where roads, trails and breaklines
are located. Once you find an area you like, you can order a water proof map with your own personal notes on them.
Follow one of the links below to see what we mean.
We also recommend downloading Microsoft's 3D Live Search or
Google's Earth. Both of these programs will allow you to fly over
3D terrain maps. These programs make it impossible for lazy hunters to say that they just didn't have time
to do any scouting before the hunting season.
Here are some additional tools for locating every single stock tank,
spring and seep in your hunting unit.
Finally, our most valuable tool is our
big game wireless satellite collar tracking system. The wireless satellite tracking
system allows hunters to see exactly where the elk, deer and turkey have traveled in the last 24 hours,
including the time and location of each water hole, feeding area and bedding area they have been to.
The system requires a $1,000 a month subscription for 12 months, but it is certainly worth the price.
If you know the name of a stock tank, meadow, creek or any other geographic marker name,
you can search for it below by entering the name and searching for it:
List of stock tanks that the Arizona Hunting Club is currently scouting: