It’s a common situation for hunters: you finally find the game you’re looking for, but you’re just not sure if you’re still on public land. Well, fret no more thanks to the Montana Landowners’ Names Topo overlay. This handy micro-SD card fits in most new Garmin GPS units, allowing you to see exactly whose land you’re on, including color-coded state lands, national forests, and BLM. The overlay also indicates hunting districts, roads, municipality names, water features, manmade features, national forest trails, and landowner names for every inch in the state—all in your handheld GPS. I’ve found sections of public land that most people overlook and pockets of public land surrounded by private owners. This tool has me giddy about the upcoming hunting season. Available at Wholesale Sports and Bob Ward's. $100; huntingGPSmaps.com.