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This trip was my first safari in Africa (my husband Jeff went on another one in South Africa couple of years before that). We were in Zimbabwe with out PH Butch Coaton for 12 days and I absolutely fell in love with the whole experience. Our camp and it’s staff were amazing, the weather was… Continue Reading →
Just bought the new Mathews Creed the other day. I now know what all the hype was about. I’m in love with this bow. Even though I haven’t sent an arrow through the rib cage of a mature whitetail, I know that when I do my Creed won’t let me down. Fast, smooth, and accurate!!… Continue Reading →
Shot this sow with my z7 Xtreme at 40 yards. Was a hard quartering away shot but arrow passed through her and broad head wound up in the heart of a smaller boar behind her. First pig kill, first double kill with 1 arrow. Boar died instantly, sow ran 20 yards and I put a… Continue Reading →
The morning of October 26th, 2012 was a fairly warm morning for late October here in Ohio. It was about 50 degrees when I climbed into my stand at 6:55am. As I sprayed down a bit and got settled I could hear deer movement all around me but could not see a thing. Sunrise that… Continue Reading →
Thanksgiving morning in Illinois was a windy morning but we decided to still go out hoping that the holiday would bring a little extra luck. On our way to our spot for the morning we heard some deer in the corn next to us so we got up in a double ladder stand close to… Continue Reading →
First Black Bear ever, and I shot it with my Mathews!
It was thanksgiving morning and I was hunting a stand my dad had set up for me behind the house on the edge of the Macinaw River called “Corner Booth”. I had been sitting for about an hour when a doe came in, and soon after, this big buck. I watched as he chased her… Continue Reading →
While shooting my MR6 at 30 yds getting ready for the Rinehart R100 in Sparta, WI I was shock to see I had shot my first Robin Hood. One arrow later I realized that I had shot the unthinkable, yes a Double Robin Hood.
The first day of the Colorado elk season I shot down this 6 by 5 bull elk. This was not only my first bull elk but it was also my first bow kill. I was amazed by how majestic and large these elk are.
Late summer 2012 I was target shooting my Switchback XT one day when my daughter, who is 11 years old, came outside and informed me her school 4-H program offered archery. Having never shot a bow, she was interested in learning. We found a used PSE Spyder to see if this was something she would… Continue Reading →