Timbergold Trails - Complete Full Map Setup

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james200410
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Re: Timbergold Trails - Complete Full Map Setup

Postby james200410 » March 20th, 2017, 10:27 pm

Excellent !

Thanks for sharing ... I would be too embarrassed to show you my map .... with only 1 tent in it and all .... lol
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Re: Timbergold Trails - Complete Full Map Setup

Postby rj16066 » March 26th, 2017, 1:15 pm

Sqwee wrote:Finally, I've completely filled TGT. It's all I've been working on since the release. Now I can turn my attention to actually hunting. Most of my time has been scouting, glassing, and setting up each spot to get them inch perfect.

A couple notes:
- Yes, it costs a lot of money and isn't necessary. But I thoroughly enjoy scouting and setting up locations, both IRL and in the game.
- I left the mountainous region empty because that type of hunting is rarely done from stands, plus I like to leave large portions of the map open for an uncharted adventure type hunt.
- There are 15 treestands, 15 tripods, 15 ground blinds, 7 towers, and 7 tents. The only item missing is 1 tent, because I leave it in my backpack at all times (mostly to get the tracking dog out for blood trails, as I disable domes and spotting info).
- Many stands are near carcasses, most are in areas of good visibility.
- Most are able to be hunted with a partner, for MP, which I will start doing more often now that I'm done.
- The placements allow for good planning of routes, and are spaced out at such distances to be able to sit on a stand, kill something, track/claim it, get in the next one, kill something again...all in a steady pace.
- I always tend to hunt flatter lands in the game, as I prefer to be able to glass through woods, rather than looking at mountain sides and sharp hill sides all the time.
- Almost every one is set into the woods a bit and have (aesthetic) cover to make it feel like a realistic setup. You don't sit out in the open IRL.
- I'm very happy with 90% of these locations, but there are a couple that will need some time to feel out.
- I will be streaming again now that I am done setting up. It would have made for really boring streams because I take forever to set up locations. I'm very meticulous and particular about them.

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And I thought I spend a lot of $ for gear... you have got me by about $100 U.S. there... Good Job... Very nice set up.


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Re: Timbergold Trails - Complete Full Map Setup

Postby Violator31 » March 26th, 2017, 1:39 pm

Thank you for sharing your in depth set-up. Nice load-out.
Very good reference for me.
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Re: Timbergold Trails - Complete Full Map Setup

Postby huntergatherer » March 28th, 2017, 5:59 am

Very nice!
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Re: Timbergold Trails - Complete Full Map Setup

Postby D3AKUs » April 23rd, 2017, 7:21 pm

thats a really impressive setup can u recommend any superb spots for rocky elks ? i usually hunt in the southeast corner of the map in the forest and have a small setup there. its working really good so far. i am planning to spread a little bit more equipment in timbergold cause i really enjoyed my hunts there in the last days.

Also planning on setting up spots for Mule Deer if any of u know "must have" spots id appreciate them too :D

Ill want to scout a little bit by myself later and setup some spots on my own but some that are already proven and work will make it easier :)
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Re: Timbergold Trails - Complete Full Map Setup

Postby Ringalor » April 25th, 2017, 4:03 am

Impressive! You still have enough to eat after ... Nice work :o ;)
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Re: Timbergold Trails - Complete Full Map Setup

Postby JamboWhoDat » May 6th, 2017, 10:15 pm

Very nice setup. Thanks for sharing. It is a great reference. I use your RFF setup for a reference too. I hope you will be sharing your setups for the other reserves soon too.
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Re: Timbergold Trails - Complete Full Map Setup

Postby ehr_Icaar » October 5th, 2017, 2:56 pm

How to drive a Ferrari in The Hunter. :lol:
You got more into this map then I spent on the whole game!
If I ever see your map in MP, ill join! Looks fun with all that stuff!
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Re: Timbergold Trails - Complete Full Map Setup

Postby ronMctube » October 10th, 2017, 5:09 am

wow :o :shock: :D

hehe great set up guys. 8-)
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Re: Timbergold Trails - Complete Full Map Setup

Postby baloo.the.dog » October 10th, 2017, 6:05 pm

wow! doesn't look like you could go 15 meters without hitting another stand/blind. Nonetheless that is nice!
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