Thousands Make Archery Music in Nashville, Tennessee
Posted on August 6, 2015

Music City Center in Nashville, Tennessee was the place to be July 22-25 as the National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP®) conducted its 2015 world tournament. Nearly 5,000 student archers from all over the world including; USA, Canada, United Kingdom (UK), South Africa, and Namibia were in town. Archers … more

Training Ground

New Mathews Archery short film, Training Ground
Posted on July 31, 2015

See how two Montana bowhunters prepare for their season in the new Mathews Archery short film, Training Ground. Click here to watch: www.mathewsinc.com/trainingground


4 Things That Make Bowhunting Special
Posted on July 7, 2015

I’ll be honest. I miss the good ol’ days when bowhunting was considered pretty comical, hunting spots were incredibly plentiful, and deer permits were all about scraping up a few bucks and visiting a cash register. For the most part, these things are a page of the past. However, bowhunting … more


Meet Mr. Hobb’s
Posted on May 13, 2015

Among the vast, arid landscape of the Arizona Strip plateau, three hunters work in unison to take one of the greatest giants to come from the region. By Dr. Todd Geiler It was the opening day of the Arizona Strip archery hunt for 2013. We awoke to the sound of … more


Off- Season Pet Peeves
Posted on August 20, 2014

As I write this, it’s the beginning of June—the official “off-season” for the bowhunter. Consequently, I’ve been in my shop tinkering and analyzing gear and equipment choices more than I care to admit. Why do I do this?   I guess it boils down to three things—motivation, resourcefulness and success. … more

This decoys system is offered by Heads Up Decoy. It consists of a center image of a strutting turkey along with a fan slot to allow the placement of a dried turkey fan to imitate a strutting tom.

Become a Better Turkey Hunter
Posted on April 5, 2013

  Evolving into a more successful turkey bowhunter is no short life lesson, but with the right tricks and tips, you can lessen the learning curve.   I couldn’t believe my eyes as I watched the longbeard slowly swaggering towards my ambush. I was tucked in my Double Bull blind, … more


How To Become More Kill Ready
Posted on March 20, 2013

This past deer season, I was reminded just how crucial it is to be ready for hunting season. By ready, I mean kill ready. It seems during the bulk of the year I spend most of my time shooting bows, dialing in broadhead flight and narrowing down my gear and … more