4 Simple Decoy Tricks for Bowhunters
March 20, 2012
The strutting tom crested the ridge with a fanfare deserving of a king. The afternoon sun shimmered on his fanned tail-feathers and his gobble echoed across the timber like an iron ball shot from a musket. It was the kind of moment that burns itself upon your memory, in such detail that still today I get chills recounting it.
Harvest Your Next Gobbler with A Bow
A fanned-out gobbler had stood at that spot the previous two mornings. I hoped he would do so again. My mother and I closed the zipper behind us as we settled in to watch the dull, pre-dawn darkness give way to the radiant glow of a beautiful spring morning.
Mathews Hēlim – Bow Report
February 21, 2012
The Hēlim is the third generation Mathews bow to offer the distinctive Grid-Lock riser, and with a cam derived from the Z7 this bow is widely regarded as the successor to that extremely popular bow. The name suggests the chief characteristic: At approximately 3.5 pounds, this is one super-light bow.
Mathews Hēlim Bow Report
February 10, 2012
Twenty years of pure excellence is quite a track record. And while some companies would boast about such an accomplishment, Mathews remains humble and hungry. Strictly adhering to its core values of integrity, innovation and impact, Mathews continues to raise the bar in customer service and bow design.
The Right Release
February 7, 2012
Not every bowhunter is the same. This means subjective tastes will vary when it comes to equipment. Most important, everyone has a different mental tolerance when it comes to shooting. This is why one release aid type or model may not work as well for one person as it does for another.