User Gallery: Whitetail
This deer fell to my Mathews LX on December 2, 2006. He was 38 yards facing me. It is the biggest deer I have ever taken. He did not go 20 yards. My Mathews bow also helped me get my first elk this year. What a year!
I have been following this specific buck since August with trail cameras. After a few close encounters in September and October this 200" whitetail made one mistake in late November and my Switchback XT performed perfectly on that frigid afternoon. Thank you for ANOTHER great product!!
It was my second season of archery hunting, and I past up plenty of does looking to shoot my first Buck with my bow. It was late October this year in Pennsylvania and I spotted a six pointer and blew my chances of shooting it from my tree stand, but I did not give up. With… Continue Reading →
Just wondered if you ever received my Mathews Switchback bow hunt story. My little girl Meredith was looking forward to seeing it if possible. Thanks, Rich McNally firstname.lastname@example.org
After deciding to use my Legacy over my Switchback for sentimental reasons; I arrowed my largest Whitetail ever @ 20 yds. Big Boy green scores 198 1/8 Non- Typical P&Y.
I took this NE Iowa Whitetail on November 3, 2006. The Switchback LD performed yet again, This is my second Pope & Young deer this year. Keep on building the best bows on the market. Chris Petersen
Thanks Mathews! Used my Conquest Light bow to kill my largest buck ever on November 9, 2006.
I harvested this awesome Ontario 10pt on Nov. 2, 2006 at 9am with my Mathews Outback. Thank you Mathews for making such amazing products. This deer green scored 168 0/8 gross and netted 162 7/8.
This buck was harvested on 11/18/06. With a green score of 181" gross. I used a Mathews Switchback, Muzzy Broadheads, Easton Lightspeeds, Copper John Sights. What an incredible combination!
I've been shooting an Ultra 2 for 4 years and my buddy just changed the string from a Zebra to a Barracuda. I took his advice and hunted from the ground on this day, one day before opening shotgun season. A northerly wind was blowing and I was facing north along a rub line. I… Continue Reading →