Sparta, Wisconsin – For over two decades, Mathews target bows have been a fixture at the
podium of archery competitions. For 2017, we are excited to introduce two of the most
accurate target … [Read More...]
Positioning your hand properly on the bow grip is arguably the most important aspect of shooting accurately. Yet – pardon the pun – it’s something many archers don’t have a proper grip on.
In … [Read More...]
A new day has dawned in the Swisher House. Gone are the days of me enjoying opening day alone in the treestand. This year, my kiddos made it abundantly clear that they planned on being a part of the … [Read More...]
Bowhunter arrows a giant in Nebraska, an underdog antelope state.
Pronghorn antelope are iconic with the Old West. However, they’re actually not “antelope” at all. Rather, they’re of the goat … [Read More...]
Much like the scrape of a whitetail buck, bull elk will use a wallow to make their presence known. It’s quite the process when you consider it’s ultimately a bath of mud and bull urine. While I’m glad … [Read More...]
Bowhunt or Die team member, Josh Sturgill, continues to punch early season deer tags. This time, in Wyoming with good friend, Dustin Decroo, and Big Horn Outfitters. Josh just wrapped up a week of … [Read More...]
Continuing with the trend of opening day success for the Bowhunt or Die film crew, Tom Alford harvested a big mature doe during Wisconsin's opening weekend. Although they aren't big bucks, this marks … [Read More...]
I cringe and avoid email messages when seeing “Sad News” or someone’s name in the subject line, especially when it’s someone special.
So, when I opened my email July 28 and saw Gary Clancy had sent … [Read More...]