Legends of the Fall RangeFinder was developed by hunters, for hunters.
RangeFinder is a shot drop compensator that is optimized for bow or gun hunters shooting from an elevated position, across semi-level terrain at distances under 60 yards. Accuracy quickly degrades over longer distances or on steep inclines or declines.
It helps compute target data to compensate for the increased height above the target, which tends to cause shots to be placed high.
With RangeFinder, you can place more accurate shots without the need for a costly rangefinder. Due to the effects of gravity, the steeper the angle of the shot, the greater the need for RangeFinder's uncanny ability to help you calculate the shot.
• Shot drop compensation for shooting from an elevated position
• RangeFinder displays actual distance, compensated distance and shot angle
• Works great for gun or bow hunting
• Save up to 5 stand locations (name and stand height)
• User Guide that shows aiming techniques and tips for accuracy
• Display distances in imperial or metric values (yards or meters)
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Disclaimer: Neither Hunt Geek, Inc. or Legends of the Fall assumes any legal responsibility for misuse of this app or complications arising from its use for a specific purpose. Range Finder calculations are approximations, and are based on geometric data comprised of information such as treestand height, aiming angle and accuracy, as well as assumption of level ground. Values presented are quite accurate, but not guaranteed.
Planning for an elk hunt and wondering what tactics to use? Looking for a few fresh ideas and tactics that might help increase your level of success? Want access to audio and streaming video* files to help you understand the various bull and cow vocalizations? WE HAVE AN APP FOR THAT!!!
Designed to be the 21st-Century alternative to the tired old elk hunting resources of yesterday, the Elk Hunter's Strategy App—Bowhunter Edition was conceived and developed by Chris Roe, a Certified Wildlife Biologist, elk behavior expert, and accomplished elk hunter. Chris knows elk behavior and communication intimately. He understands how they think, how they communicate, and to what—and how—they’re likely to respond in nearly any situation; all from a biologically and behaviorally defensible standpoint. The Elk Hunter’s Strategy App - Bowhunter Edition - puts all that knowledge right at your fingertips in an intuitive interface!
While you can find yourself in literally HUNDREDS of different situations out in the field, elk have a set of predictable core behaviors, and have a certain number of core vocalizations that they use in a variety of different scenarios. The trick is knowing which vocalization (or combination of vocalizations) to use when, and more importantly, WHY! The Elk Hunter’s Strategy App helps you identify those behaviors, understand them, and then which vocalizations to use, and in which situations, to maximize your success. At times, the same set-ups, vocalizations, and calling strategies may be the same across a variety of scenarios. The beauty of the App, however, is that it goes beyond just telling you WHAT to do, it helps teach you what is likely going on in your scenario, and WHY the vocalization and/or strategy is likely to work in your situation. The Elk Hunter’s Strategy App is as much about your long-term education in elk hunting and elk calling as it is a short-term reference to help you decide what to do in the moment.
If you’ve spent a small fortune on elk hunting books and all the latest gear and gadgets, and have read up on the various tips, tricks, and tactics in the magazines, chat forums, and other places, but never seem to have the same success or experiences that other hunters do, then you need a new strategy. …or DOZENS! Whether you’re a beginning elk hunter, or a seasoned veteran with a lifetime of elk hunting success to your credit, the Elk Hunter’s Strategy App—Bowhunter’s Edition—is the perfect addition to your bowhunting arsenal.
Look at some of the amazing features you get in the Elk Hunter’s Strategy App:
• Powerful, information packed resource that can be used anytime, anywhere you have your device, whether in the off-season to prepare for an upcoming hunt, in hunting camp getting ready for your next outing, or on the fly and in the “heat of the moment.”
• Extremely intuitive, responsive, and dynamic; it takes as little as 35 – 45 seconds to find your specific set up and strategy
• It helps you to understand elk behavior and communication to improve future hunts
• No data or phone signal is necessary for strategies or audio files
Elk season will be here before you know it; this is one hunting resource you do NOT want to be without!
*Requires adequate 3G or faster internet connection for streaming video. Access to streaming video is not guaranteed. Audio files are downloaded to the device with the app.
Once calibrated, arrow will hit at sight pin regardless of downhill/uphill shot, bow tilt, or wind conditions
- Set up bow sights for any number of bow/arrow combinations
- Multi-point sight
- May be used with our without peep sight
- Align pin on target using phone video with one eye
- Look past phone at target with other eye, align images from both eyes
- Built-in range finder (may be disabled for indoor lane shooting)
- Set target height, or select game size (deer, elk, turkey)
- Hands free: To find range, aim pin at bottom of target when lower button is on, then move same pin to top of target when upper button turns on.
- Video zoom (0.5x - 5x)
- Night vision (up to 3x light enhancement in shades of green, does not work in pitch dark)
- Customized pin colors, sizes, ranges, text labels, and number of pins
- Initialize standard 5-pin set with single button press
- Move pins as a group, or one by one, by touch
- Adjust video offset for multi-point sight calibration
- Set pin rotation center using built-in display grid and inclinometer
- Sight in 20 yd pin at 0 degree inclination (no tilt)
- Tilt bow 10 degrees and sight in another pin at 20 yds
- Tilt bow 20 degrees and sight in another pin at 20 yds
- Move C (center of rotation) until all 3 circles of the display grid align for these 3 pins
- Set wind speed and direction with touch
- Wind direction automatically corrected as bow sight is rotated using compass
- Set bow tilt angle (cant) for 20 mph (30 kph) cross-wind
- Typically 2 degrees, but depends on arrow speed, weight, diameter, and fletch size
- Pins automatically adjusted to account for wind
- English and metric units
- Attach phone to bow (bracket not included)
- Attach phone in vertical position (portrait) for multi-point sight
To build bracket for mounting phone to bow: Bend two metal strips at right angles using a vice (heating metal not necessary). Tape industrial velcro on the inside bend. Tape velcro to back of phone and attach to bracket in the same position as a traditional bow sight. Drill holes in bracket to attach to bow (use a 3/16" titanium drill bit for hole, and a 5/16" bit to bevel the hole). I used #10-24x1" flat head phillips zinc bolts to accommodate my quiver bracket. Counter-sink hole before drilling, put some 3-in-one oil on metal strip, then drill very slowly to keep drill bit cool. File off sharp edges, paint with acrylics, and finish with rust-oleum protective enamel. Views of bracket are included in screen shot list
- Check local hunting regulations before hunting with electronics attached to bow
Measure arrow velocity, kinetic energy, drop, and flight-time. Bowometry goes beyond the limitations and expense of traditional chronographs, making it easy to discover the true performance of your bow and arrow.
Create and manage equipment profiles. Testing multiple bow and arrow configurations is the best way to learn which combination of speed and power best suits your needs. Bowometry links equipment details to each shot, so you can easily track and compare performance differences.
Save detailed ballistics records for each shot. Bowometry keeps historical shot data at your fingertips, and can export your shot history with the push of a button for further analysis in a spreadsheet program.
Adjustable chronograph settings. Bowometry can detect shots from even the quietest bows with an adjustable sensitivity setting.
Bowometry goes beyond the limitations and expense of traditional chronographs, making it easy to discover the true performance of your bow and arrow from launch to impact. A valuable mobile tool for bow hunters and target archers alike!
Remember to always exercise safety and caution when firing your bow!
* Calculating the score (Mode bow or compound)
* Recording the different impacts of its arrows
* Record its shooting sessions on the SD card
* To list all results
* To view its progress over time
* To assess the association of each arrow
* triple faces horizontal vertical or triangulaire
* Consideration of ten+ with Compound
* Mode Multi-shooters
* automatic decrement score based arrows
* Link to Chronotir
* Free choice of distances (meters or yards or stakes)
* Multiples ranges simultaneous
* To send their scores by mail with picture
All on different types of faces (FITA, Triple, reduced, Countryside, Hit / Miss, Imperial, Beursault, IFAA, 3D).
Described as the "Augusta of the North," Baywood Greens is a joy to behold and to play. Baywood is an 18-hole, par-72, championship public golf course with both Woodside and Waterside nines. By far the most visually spectacular golf course in Delaware, Baywood was recently honored with the No.1 ranking by Golf Digest's Best in State for 2011—2012. Located in Long Neck, Delaware, minutes from Delaware's famed beaches, Baywood offers five sets of tee boxes ranging from 3,539 yards to 6,983 yards. Taking on the famous "island fairway" of hole 14 is sure to excite the most tenured golfer, while the course design allows for players of all skill levels to enjoy Baywood. Not to be missed is the beautiful landscaping and surrounding community, as well as the state-of-the-art practice facility and full-service clubhouse.
Forty two years ago, a 93-year old made a hole in one here, 18 years ago Tiger Woods prowled its fairways. The course was named after Harold George Dad Miller who made that famous ace in December 1970 on hole No. 11, a 107-yard par three. Dad Miller was designed by Richard Miller, the son of Dad Miller and opened in 1961. Tiger Woods frequently played Dad Miller. As a freshman at Western High School, Dad Miller was the home course for the Golf team, The Pioneers. In an effort to help under-privileged children have access to some of the same opportunities that other children had, he donated $5 million dollars towards the construction of the Tiger Woods Teaching Center at Dad Miller. The center is free to youths 8-17 years old, and is open 12 hours a day. The education center specializes in math, language arts, science, tutoring and character development programs. Well maintained and price friendly, Dad Miller Golf Course has become a popular destination for players of all ages and abilities. The course features a lake, with lovely trees surrounding the fairways, and is easily walked. The new practice center is home to the Anaheim Golf Academy and offers chipping green and a night-lighted driving range. The snack bar, restaurant and cocktail lounge offer a fine compliment to any day's round of golf.
Designed by Jack Nicklaus II and opened in 1991, Legacy Golf Links has long been a local favorite. Renovated in 2011 with brand new greens, this 7,004-yard, 18-hole course is a must play when visiting the Sandhills of North Carolina. In addition to four par 3s, which are as beautiful and challenging as any in the area, the course's finishing hole — "The Bear" — was once rated one of the toughest holes in North Carolina. However, with a number of tee options, golfers of all levels find the course very playable with a number of wonderful vistas.
Built on one of the most stunning settings in the world, at the tip of the Baja Peninsula marked by sheer granite cliffs, huge windswept dunes and rolling desert foothills 10 minutes from downtown Cabo San Lucas, golf legend Jack Nicklaus has designed a course that is poised to redefine the Cabo golf experience. Created as an exclusive amenity for owners and guests of Quivira Los Cabos, this world-class layout offers dazzling views and breathtaking drops from tee to fairway. In a destination revered for its unique ocean-desert-mountain setting, Quivira offers more oceanfront exposure than any other course in Los Cabos, with views of the ocean from every hole.
Witness the revival. Embrace the challenge. We are extremely proud of the serene and well-manicured grounds here at Landa Park Golf Course, New Braunfels. Our 18-hole public course covers a 122-acre spread, combining a challenging layout with spectacular Texas Hill Country views.
Whether you're looking to improve your game, or just want somewhere to spend a relaxing afternoon, everything comes together here at our Orlando golf course, like no other in the area. Grand Cypress Golf Club offers 45 holes of Jack Nicklaus Signature golf. A truly diverse selection of Orlando golf. The 27-hole North/South/East Course provides the ultimate test of accuracy while the 18-hole New Course provides a Scottish links masterpiece. Grand Cypress Golf Club is open to resort guests, tournaments, memberships, and limited public play.
Indulge in championship level play at The Dunes - an elite Sanibel golf course and tennis club, offering relaxing amenities and delicious cuisine in a truly striking locale. Experience the lush tropical links and stunning back nine at our alluring Sanibel golf course, a wildlife preserve sanctioned by the Audubon Cooperative Society. Hone your game on the unique aqua driving range. Enjoy breathtaking views and superb conditions for premier Sanibel golf while challenging your skill on perfectly manicured greens.
For over 55 years, Woodhaven Country Club has offered a premier golfing experience for members and their guests. Our member-friendly, 18-hole course has a consistently high quality of turf each year due to the care of our outstanding superintendent. The fairways and tees are a lush Bermuda grass, and the well-manicured bent grass greens are Woodhaven’s pride and joy. The back nine is characterized by rolling hills and tree-lined fairways, while the front nine is significantly longer and more challenging. Woodhaven Country Club offers many types of golf memberships to meet your individual needs. We also offer golf outings for corporations and charities.
Recently listed by Golf Digest as "One of the Top 50 Courses in the Country for Women" and ranked in the "Top 10 Golf Courses" in Arizona by Ranking Arizona, Rancho Mañana Golf Club features dramatic elevation changes, unspoiled desert terrain, abundant wildlife and the rustic charm of a dude ranch, which is now part of the resort. While the Scottsdale-area, par-70, championship layout poses a challenge for low handicappers, it also attracts and is well known for its fairness and playability for golfers of all levels. It is definitely one of Arizona's best golf courses, truly representing desert golf.
Raven Golf Club - Phoenix provides a unique golf experience in the desert. From the Georgia pine-lined fairways to the multi-tiered greens, this Gary Panks and David Graham design is a Phoenix area must-play, boasting a 4.5 Star rating from Golf Digest and recognition for the No. 1 Guest Service in North America. With on-site meeting facilities for up to 200 people and just minutes from Sky Harbor Airport and downtown Phoenix, our club is the perfect golf destination for business affairs. Join us for the best public golf experience in the Phoenix area and become Member for the Day.
Painted Dunes Desert Golf Course in El Paso, Texas was designed by architects Ken Dye and Jeffrey Brauer. This spectacular golf course offers 27-holes of championship style golf. Painted Dunes has received accolades from Golf Digest, Texas Golfer, the United States Golf Association (USGA) and the Dallas Morning News as being one of the preeminent golf facilities in Texas and the Southwest. Undulating greens and rolling hills make finesse and good aim imperative on the course. This championship layout rewards those individuals who can manage their golf game around the penalties that lay in wait for the careless golfer. Carved out of the Chihuahan Desert, the East, West and North courses at Painted Dunes sit at the foothills of the Franklin Mountains and offer the scenic beauty of native foliage and desert wildlife.
Foxchase Golf Club opened in May 1991 as a public course that "provides a country club facility available to the public golfer." With excellent course conditions, quick rounds, outstanding customer service and one of the best practice facilities in the county as well as an enforced dress code along with a fully stocked pro shop give the serious golfer a place to call home and register their handicap. Foxchase appears to be wide open but looks can be deceiving. Out-of-bounds lurks on eleven holes, deep tall grass on fifteen holes and three huge ponds can affect your score on seven different holes as well. Throw in a bunch of pines, fifty traps, nine doglegs, huge quick greens and 6,607 yards and an 85 average shooter can scramble to shoot in the 90s.
Welcome to a golf course that is more than a place to play — it is a place to relax. Enjoy championship-level services and facilities seasonally from March through November. Golf Digest rated our 18-hole, parkland-style course with bent grass a stunning four stars. Hole 16, a par 5 playing to a peninsular green jutting into Ford Lake, has been regarded as Eagle Crest's signature hole since the course was first opened in 1989 and was named one of the 18 toughest public golf course holes in Michigan by the viewers and listeners of Michigan Golf Live, a TV and radio program that spotlights great golf experiences around the state of Michigan. Enjoy both subtle and abrupt elevation shifts that are unique to most Southeast Michigan courses.