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The maps page is a one stop location that has a variety of different outdoors maps for the woods as well as the waters for the states of New England. These will be constantly updated and also will be adding more maps as they become available for those that enjoy the outdoors.
The maps are broken down into two categories as one of them is the lake contour depth maps and the other is land use and hunting land maps. Whether you fish or hunt, these listings of maps will help you achieve the goals you seek when exploring these listed locations.
The lake maps, are maps that show those lakes depth contours, boating accesses and general surrounding information. By studying the lakes contours, this will give the angler an advantage of finding areas that fish are relating to and saving you time instead of searching unknown waters.
By looking at the contours and keying in on areas that are different than the rest of the areas, this is where the fish will relate and once you figure out how to fish that type of area, will definitely put in your favor of catching more fish on that particular day.
Also, these maps will show you where the boat landings are, canoe access points as well as the relations to the nearest town. These are typically broken down into either counties or towns, so you only need to have a general idea of where you want to fish and that will get you started in finding the map for that lake.
The other set of maps listed are for either hunting grounds or areas that you can hike and sightsee at. The hunting grounds map gives you an idea as to where and how big the public grounds are that you can hunt at with access points for parking your vehicle at. As well as the land use maps give you the same idea of land layout and also their access points.