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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 →
My first week with my new Mathews Creed, it was the last day of the 2012 hunting season in Felton, Delaware.
Shot this big old bear the last day of our hunt up in Northern Alberta with Wingmaster Outfitters. Saw 8 different bears on the last night before this big boy walked into the bait at 12 yards. The bear squared 7’8″, had a 19″ skull, and weighed in at 400 lbs. Made a double lung… Continue Reading →
I was hunting in a 2-person ladder stand on my property in Barry County, Michigan on October 1, 2011. It was a cool sunny morning. At 8:00am I was sitting there enjoying the beauty of the woods with my bow hanging on a hook above me. Then I saw this big boy coming in from… Continue Reading →
Fourth day of my five day hunt. 9:00 am 23 degrees. Grunted in this big 8 from over 150 yards to within bow range. Clean kill with my LX. Have now retired the LX and shooting a Reezen. Love my Mathews!!!
I drove two hours west of Fort Worth to hunt at Diamond C Ranch. I only had one night to hunt before having to head back. After not seeing anything in my stand, when it started to get dark I decided to get out and walk around for a bit. After I saw a few… Continue Reading →
I shot this buck during the week that Hurricane Sandy hit the east coast in late October 2012. Winds in central Ohio were between 20 and 30 mph throughout my hunt. Considering the weather, I had seen a high number of deer throughout the all day sit and finally late in the day was able… Continue Reading →