I Shoot Mathews

Antelope Archery Image
Location: Winter JCross Ranch: Trinidad, ColoradoAlbum: Antelope, Coues & Blacktail DeerAnimal Harvested or Shoot Type: Antelope

Antelope Archery

August 21, 2010 by Ty Winter

I started my hunt at sunrise and spotted this buck with a doe grazing about 140 yds. My stalk was set up perfect, there was a breeze in my face and the sun was in his eyes. I walked, bear walked, and belly-crawled from cactus to cactus for about 45 minutes. I positioned myself behind a good sized cactus and watched the buck graze while the doe laid down warming up in the sun. I range found him at 42 yards facing me, so I waited and waited for him to give me a broadside shot. Finally I decided it was time; I knocked an arrow and drew back my Mathews Reezen and put the 40 yd sight pin in the middle of his chest, and let it fly! The arrow hit him square and he ran 10 yds and was dead when he hit the ground. this is my first kill with my Reezen and i have decided that this is the best, and last bow I will ever buy. I want to thank the folks at Mathews for making the best bows on earth to hunt with, and I hope to send you many more pictures and carve many more notches on my handle!!!

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