Use these tricks of the trade when the temperatures drop and the wind picks up this late season. North American Hunter's Melissa Bachman shares her secrets to warmth.
Hunting in the rain means taking extra precautions when entering or exiting your treestand. Make sure your next hunt is a safe one by taking these safety precaution next time you head to the stand.
The Importance of Proper String & Cable Maintenance
Proper maintenance of your bowstring and cable(s) is crucial to extending its life and achieving optimum performance from your bow. World Champion archer Jeff Hopkins reviews the basics for this simple, but extremely important, bow maintenance.
Stay Hidden While Hunting Elk
Mathews Pro, Phil Phillips puts his years of hunting experience to good use and shares how to stay concealed and use your camo to it's full effectiveness on your next elk hunt.
3 Reasons to Shoot With a Stabilizers
Learn from North American Hunter's Dave Maas on the three reasons to use a stabilizer and the advantages this accessory can give to your bow performance and shooting.
Minimize Error with a One- Pinned Adjustable Sight
North American Hunter's Melissa Bachman shares her strategies for ensuring that her bow sight is on at the moment of truth.
Selecting the Perfect Tree
North American Hunter’s Dave Maas on how you can increase your odds of success this fall by selecting the ideal tree for your treestand.
Science of Food Plots
Food Plots can make any piece of deer hunting ground better. Even small efforts made in improving the quality of food available in your hunting area will be rewarded. Better nutrition, even on a small scale, will promote a healthier herd. In areas that lack adequate food, such an effort can make a big difference. But, even in the richest farm country where deer are never hungry for long, a well-chosen and well-sited food plot can attract and hold deer in one area making them easier to hunt. Learn the key steps in building your next food plot from Deer & Deer Hunting experts.
How to Build a Mock Scrape
Lure your next trophy in by mimicking a scrape and using attractants. North American Hunter's Dave Maas walks you through the step in building your next mock scrape.
Steps For Scent Elimination
Scent Elimination is crucial to bowhunter's success. Learn from North American Hunter's Dave Maas on the steps he takes to ensure total scent-free garments.
Proper Shooting Form
Lancaster Archery demonstrates the proper shooting form.
Proper Hand Placement
World Champion Archer, Jeff Hopkins, shares tips on how to find proper hand placement. Use these techniques next time you're at full draw to improve your accuracy!
Find your Proper Draw Length
Establishing your proper draw length is critical to becoming a successful archer. Watch as North American Hunter's Melissa Bachman and World Champion Archer Jeff Hopkins demonstrate what a proper draw length should look like.
Proper Decoy Placement
North American Hunter's Gordy Krahn walks you through how to properly set up a deer decoy and use it to your advantage next time you hit the woods. Learn more about placement, scent removal and use of attractants and other tricks of the trade to lure in your next trophy!
Pre Season Scouting Tactics
North American Hunter’s Gordy Krahn thinks outside the box and uses unconventional tactics to scout during the pre-season.
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Today, Matt McPherson is the founder and CEO of Mathews. Did you know, Matt’s love for bowhunting started with one of his mother’s rules? “Mom didn’t like guns so if we wanted to hunt, it had to be with a bow,” McPherson said. Learn More »
When it comes to building the ultimate bow, without a doubt it’s got to have speed, a smooth draw-cycle, tack-driving accuracy, and a dead-silent shot….all wrapped up in a light-weight package. Learn More »
Mathews is proud to be the founding sponsor of the National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP®), providing over two million dollars in support over the past nine years. Learn More »