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My dad shot a LX for years, I didn’t think he would ever upgrade to a newer model. After having neck surgery last year and wanting a little more speed without having to pull 70lbs, Bob finally went a got him a Z7 Extreme. He instantly fell in love with his new Mathews, it also proved… Continue Reading →
My father and I were out scouting some new hunting land west of town. Just before we started looking around I told him im bringing my bow because that’s always when you wish you have it. My dad went one way to look through a patch of woods and I went the other to walk along a… Continue Reading →
This buck shows up with 3 minutes of shooting time left. Didn’t matter…my Mathews Monster put down this monster and up on my wall. Thank you, Mathews!
Its the week of my birthday, I will be turning 50 on Dec, 1. 2008 so I took a trip to S.C. to wild boar hunt, Just being in the forest and taking in the outdoors, It does not get any better then this. The morning of Dec, 1. 2008 I took my first wild… Continue Reading →
Very recently, my Cousin, Eddie Nunemaker was diagnosed with terminal cancer and while he has vowed to fight, we all know that his days are numbered and this breaks my heart. You see, although Eddie is my cousin, the group of us that own a very nice cabin in Emporium PA are actually more like… Continue Reading →
In the summer of 2006 I purchased my first Mathews…a Switchback XT. From the fall of 2006 until the fall of 2011 I harvested numerous whitetails and several elk….five of these whitetail bucks gross over 150 inches! In the fall of 2011 I harvested my best buck ever…. a double drop tine! I love the… Continue Reading →
My brother and I went out the morning of April 29th, 2012. We set up the blind and started calling. Later that morning this big ole gobbler started walking towards our decoys that were set up 17 yards away from us. I waited for the right moment to draw back my new Mathews Z7 Xtreme Tactical… Continue Reading →
Dell Geldmeyer shot this 25.6 pounder with three beards measuring 10 inches, 6 inches, ans 4 inches with his Mathews Swithchback Xt bow in WI.
Knowing the terrain and “sneak” spots on your land is crucial. I spotted a ton of strutting birds and hens in an area that I normally don’t see them, but knowing the property told me I could sneak in the back door on these birds and still set up a blind and place decoys. A… Continue Reading →
I arrived at the lease at 6:45 that morning with my z7, double bull dark horse, my b moble decoy, and all my calls. Right at daylight I heard 5 gobblers gobbling on the roost. Around 7:00 they flew down. At about 8:00 they came across the creek bottom drumming and gobbling. They stop at 35… Continue Reading →