By Bill Krenz
Mathews is to archery like Michael Jordan is to basketball. It’s just that simple. Since bursting onto the scene in 1992, Mathews has been a force to be reckoned with. Archers across the globe have fallen in love with the company’s innovation, “People first and business second” motto and, of course, the ingenious Solocam.
By Jace Bauserman
A few nights back a good friend dropped by the house to show off his new bow rig. The child-like smile on his face only widened as he pulled it from the box. It was a stunner. A beautiful new 2011 model loaded to the hilt with technology. The bow and its 80-pound draw weight were an ideal choice for his upcoming African safari. He was beaming with joy—that is until the talk turned to arrows.
By Brian Strickland
After blowing a predator call on and off for nearly 15 minutes, I was beginning to question my sanity. Not that I have anything against predator calls, but producing some tunes from one of them usually means you’re looking for trouble. When I caught movement out of the corner of my eye a few minutes later, I knew I had found it or, better yet, it had found me. I strained my eyes to the side to confirm my suspicions—it was a bear. His coal-black hide glistened in the pool of September light as he stood motionless trying to find the easy meal. I just hoped he wouldn’t mistake me for one.
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