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They say a daughter will never outgrow her father’s heart. After the experience I had with my dad at Winterhawk Outfitters, I know it won’t happen anytime soon. It all started when I was a little girl and my oldest brother, Duane started deer hunting. He and Dad headed out to the woods every chance… Continue Reading →
My dad and I stalled two birds for an hour and I decide to “bird dog” them and try and push them in front of my dad. My first possible shot was at 30 yards, but I decided to see how close I could get to him, shot him at 20 yards and he went… Continue Reading →
Whats a prom without a Mathews!
It was getting close to dark when I saw this buck working his way to me. I watched him work a scrape for what seemed like forever. Finally he gave me the shot I needed. I let my Carbon Express tipped with a Rage 2 blade fly out of my Mathews z7…and the rest is… Continue Reading →
It was the first morning of the third week of season. My cameraman Dallas and I were in a blind on the edge of a field. The field is about 80 yards wide and the birds were roosting across from us in a small hollow. Well daybreak came and we could see some birds in… Continue Reading →
My daughter Lydia in her 1 week pictures with my Z7
I had this tom on many of my trail cameras here on my hunting property in NY for weeks. When turkey season started here..I saw him several times during my 4 straight days (6 hours/ea day). When he came into shooting range, I either couldn’t get a shot or scared him off on my draw… Continue Reading →
We are chasing gobblers with a bow in one hand and a camera across two states (NE and IA) this year. The Z7 has struck gold 3 times and this latest bird made its video debut.
Had this bird come into the field I was hunting with a hen, and she was very vocal so I just imitated her and the gobbler saw my decoys and came in on a string. After a 25 yd shot, and 100 yds of tracking I was able to recover the bird, and share the… Continue Reading →
Its been 3 years since I injured my shoulder at work, leaving me unable to do one of my most favorite past times, shooting my bow. I have shot in competitions on and off within the past 3 years. Within the last year I have undergone surgery on my shoulder and fought long and hard… Continue Reading →