My website will completely revolutionize the hunting industry. It is designed for today’s hunter who is focused on embracing technology.
Lake Geneva, WI (PRWEB) September 18, 2012
With the start of hunting season underway, it is no surprise that ObsessiveHuntingDisorder.com’s registered users have increased dramatically—300% to be exact, and 200% in August alone. Registered hunters will benefit greatly from the logged observations of their favorite big game animals on the website. Hunters simply enter the date and time when they observed the animal and the Online Hunting Journal software will do the rest. The program calculates solar data and lunar data, and retrieves current temperature, humidity, barometric pressure, etc… All of this data is then linked to the hunter’s specific location and made available to all users.
ObsessiveHuntingDisorder.com does all of this in less than 15 seconds. Founder Duane Keenan had this to say: “Writing this information in a notebook is an outdated method which wastes too much time and does not yield quality results. My website will completely revolutionize the hunting industry. It is designed for today’s hunter who is focused on embracing technology.” The website’s biggest feature is its easy-to-use, intuitive design which allows anyone, regardless of skill level, to fully utilize it.
ObsessiveHuntingDisorder.com is also working on major enhancements to the site that will better serve hunters. The Interactive Hunting Map will allow hunters to draw game trails, and identify bedding areas, food sources, animal signs, trail cameras, and of course hunter’s stands. The markers can be dragged and dropped, making it easy for hunters to create and update their hunting areas. Users are then just a click away from getting the solar, lunar, and weather data for any one of those markers on the map. “One of my absolute favorite features is the wind direction arrow. It is displayed on the map at all times, so that a hunter knows exactly where his/her scent is blowing,” said Duane.
The second enhancement is to make the website more user-friendly for mobile devices. Hunters will be able to record observations while sitting in their stands and check the database to see if the current conditions have been successful for past hunts. “As we speak, we are at the beginning stages of developing an app for the iPhone,” said Duane.
Go to ObsessiveHuntingDisorder.com now to get started!