Handheld GPS for hunting, fishing and snowmobile?

Hello, I’m looking for a high value GPS unit what I can use for hunting, fishing and locating snowmobile and ATV tracks. What GPS is the best value and enable me to plot locations and navigate through the woods? Will I be able to mark the cabin and be directed back or mark the tree stands? Also will I have to purchase maps? Thanks let me know…Ive listed a couple below, What do you think?

Are these good?:
Garmin Venture HC
Bushnell Onix 400
Magellan Explorist 100

Thanks, What would you recommend?

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