Frequently asked questions

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Our Objective

To Enhance the individual hunter's hunting experience by broadening their perspective of which units to hunt and where to start, through real tangible data. To advance conservation efforts throughout the hunting community as a whole, through the proper and ethical application of technological advancements.


How has the hunting community been involved?

The hunting community has been an integral component in molding Scout To Hunt to meet the requested standards of ethics and functionality. We have gained such a model of action and participation through continual communciation with key figures in the community, along with consistent feedback and input from a vast amount of avid hunters all along the spectrum of hunting types and preferences. Scout To Hunt is entirely built around the hunter, it can only function with the input of the hunting community to serve its purpose of supporting the individual hunter.

What is visual hunting data?

Visual hunting data is a type of hunting information that individual hunters can analyze and incorporate into their strategy, planning and preparation. The important difference between visual hunting data and other types of hunting data is the ability to see it. By seeing the type, quality, quantity, age-class and genetics etc. of game units hold you can gain first-hand knowledge of what to expect and plan for while applying for or purchasing tags, as well as preparing to put boots on the ground. This type of data provides unprecedented reliability for your hunting research and analysis.

What is the Limited Membership System?

To meet the requests of the hunting community in providing a more exclusive and personalized experience to the research platform, Scout To Hunt has designed a limited membership system that accepts a limited number of members to be subscribed and have access to the Visual Data Platform. This limit is calculated according to the amount of coverage or sectors the platform has at any given time.

In other words, a limit or cap to the amount of memberships Scout To Hunt accepts, based proportionally to the total amount of coverage we have in the system to achieve a more exclusive experience for the hunter. Membership seats will be added only as we add new sectors (coverage increases) in order to maintain a proportional distribution of members' access to the visual data in the platform.

The current amount of seats available can be found under Pricing

Who has access to the hunting data?

All members of Scout To Hunt have access to all gatherable data from the Visual Data Platform™.

Field operations

Are there multiple cameras in a sector?

Yes. Each sector encompasses a 45 sq. mile area of country with multiple undisclosed camera locations that gather data from the region. The images gathered from each location within each sector are compiled together as one source from the corresponding sector as a whole. Presenting all visual data on a regional basis as requested by the hunting community.

Are the cameras safe from obstruction?

Yes. We take security very seriously. Your scouting research and efforts are very important to us. In an effort to maintain your ability to scout effectively, we will maintain the security of the equipment through multiple security measures. Such as, monitoring camera locations with security cameras, trackable identification (Internal GPS trackable hardware for the recovery of lost or stolen cameras and equipment.) and hefty protective materials to deter wildlife.

How frequently are locations updated?

There are many factors that determine the frequencey of updates per sector. Depending on game movements or any evidence of game in the area, a sector may be left to gather sufficent data on a per sector basis. More importantly, in order to properly preserve game environments and avoid contamination of the sectors, as well as to prevent any pressure on the animals, we avoid frequenting the sectors unnecessarily.

Considering these and other important factors, there are two major seasons in which the frequency of updates is altered to meet the demands of the hunter. During the Winter/Spring season (November - June), data per sector is updated approximately every 4 weeks on average. During the Scouting/Hunting seasons (June - November), data per sector is updated approximately every 2 weeks on average.

How diversified are the camera locations?

Camera locations and coverage within each sector are increasing constantly. Placement and rotation of cameras are based on proper tactics, expert knowledge and experience. With thousands of locations being utilized through specialized rotation and placement, along with overall expanding coverage, hunters will have a tremendous amount of units with uniform coverage of data available to them to begin their research.

Is public land covered?

Yes. The expansive coverage of Scout To Hunt's system covers public land only.

Where will Scout to Hunt be expanding to next?

Further development in Nevada, Northern Arizona, and Western Colorado is in progress. New Mexico and Wyoming and are on the top of the list. If you have states and regions that aren't covered, contact us so we know where to go to next!

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