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On the Cover: Chris Hood soaking up the Wisconsin rut. PHOTO: BRAD CHRISTIAN

This page: Test driving the Halon in Colorado. PHOTO: JEFF SIMPSON


On the Cover: Chris Hood soaking up the Wisconsin rut. PHOTO: BRAD CHRISTIAN

This page: Test driving the Halon in Colorado. PHOTO: JEFF SIMPSON


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CONTENTS 06 - 21 | INSPIRATION 22 - 25 | THE PERFECT BUILD 26 - 37 | HALON 40- 41 | RECIPE: VENISON MAN-TATO 42- 45 | NO CAM BOWS 46 - 51 | DUAL CAM BOWS 48 - 49 | 14 DAYS IN SOLITUDE 52 - 53 | SOLOCAM BOWS 54 - 55 | GENESIS ARCHERY 56 - 61 | MATHEWS GENUINE ACCESSORIES 62- 65 | WHAT’S IN THE PACK 66 - 67 | MATHEWS APPAREL PREVIEW 68- 71 | COMPETITION BOWS 72 - 75 | TARGET PROS 76 - 81 | HUNTING PROS

A front row seat to October. PHOTO: JEFF SIMPSON

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CONTENTS 06 - 21 | INSPIRATION 22 - 25 | THE PERFECT BUILD 26 - 37 | HALON 40- 41 | RECIPE: VENISON MAN-TATO 42- 45 | NO CAM BOWS 46 - 51 | DUAL CAM BOWS 48 - 49 | 14 DAYS IN SOLITUDE 52 - 53 | SOLOCAM BOWS 54 - 55 | GENESIS ARCHERY 56 - 61 | MATHEWS GENUINE ACCESSORIES 62- 65 | WHAT’S IN THE PACK 66 - 67 | MATHEWS APPAREL PREVIEW 68- 71 | COMPETITION BOWS 72 - 75 | TARGET PROS 76 - 81 | HUNTING PROS

A front row seat to October. PHOTO: JEFF SIMPSON

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M AT H E W S A R C H E R Y

INSPIRATION FOUND HERE Each year our goal is to advance archery and build the most technologically advanced bows in the world. Our greatest pleasure is seeing how the world uses them. Here are a few of their stories.

mathewsinc.com On one of the most challenging bow hunts in North America, Chris Hood climbs the unforgiving landscape of New Mexico in pursuit of Persian Ibex. PHOTO: BRAD CHRISTIAN


M AT H E W S A R C H E R Y

INSPIRATION FOUND HERE Each year our goal is to advance archery and build the most technologically advanced bows in the world. Our greatest pleasure is seeing how the world uses them. Here are a few of their stories.

mathewsinc.com On one of the most challenging bow hunts in North America, Chris Hood climbs the unforgiving landscape of New Mexico in pursuit of Persian Ibex. PHOTO: BRAD CHRISTIAN


Be the goat. Jeff Sposito and Cole Kramer close the distance on a Kodiak billy. PHOTO: JORDAN GILL


Be the goat. Jeff Sposito and Cole Kramer close the distance on a Kodiak billy. PHOTO: JORDAN GILL


Trail cameras are a valuable tool, but there’s no substitute for boots on the ground.

There’s no better view on the drive home. PHOTO: BRAD CHRISTIAN

PHOTO: CHRIS HOOD

Lincoln Tapp packing out his third North American sheep. PHOTO: JIM TAPP


Trail cameras are a valuable tool, but there’s no substitute for boots on the ground.

There’s no better view on the drive home. PHOTO: BRAD CHRISTIAN

PHOTO: CHRIS HOOD

Lincoln Tapp packing out his third North American sheep. PHOTO: JIM TAPP


A mule deer buck pushes through a deep freeze in pursuit of a hot doe.

TEMP: -30 DEGREES | LOCALE: NORTHERN ROCKIES OF MONTANA | PHOTO: TONY BYNUM


A mule deer buck pushes through a deep freeze in pursuit of a hot doe.

TEMP: -30 DEGREES | LOCALE: NORTHERN ROCKIES OF MONTANA | PHOTO: TONY BYNUM


Admiring the details of Jason Peake’s first dall sheep. PHOTO: STEVEN DRAKE

Backcountry hotel.

PHOTO: ZAK KRANICH

Clearly defined unit boundaries. PHOTO: CANA OUTDOORS

Success favors the prepared. PHOTO: JEFF SIMPSON


Admiring the details of Jason Peake’s first dall sheep. PHOTO: STEVEN DRAKE

Backcountry hotel.

PHOTO: ZAK KRANICH

Clearly defined unit boundaries. PHOTO: CANA OUTDOORS

Success favors the prepared. PHOTO: JEFF SIMPSON


Morning glory.

LOCATION: COLORADO | PHOTO: BRAD CHRISTIAN


Morning glory.

LOCATION: COLORADO | PHOTO: BRAD CHRISTIAN


Jeff Simpson making the final cuts before the season’s debut. PHOTO: RYAN HEFFRON

Burning the midnight oil. PHOTO: AUSTIN THOMAS

Shotgun.

PHOTO: CHRIS HOOD


Jeff Simpson making the final cuts before the season’s debut. PHOTO: RYAN HEFFRON

Burning the midnight oil. PHOTO: AUSTIN THOMAS

Shotgun.

PHOTO: CHRIS HOOD


SHARE YOUR STORIES.

Mobile elk camp.

LOCATION: NEW MEXICO | PHOTO: CHRIS HOOD


SHARE YOUR STORIES.

Mobile elk camp.

LOCATION: NEW MEXICO | PHOTO: CHRIS HOOD


ANNUAL MATHEWS TECHNOLOGY

| ACCURACY STARTS HERE |

T H E P E R F E C T B U I L D

To create the finest, most accurate bows in the world, you have to adapt. From the R & D facility to the manufacturing floor, we are in a constant state of progress. Always questioning. How can we design a better bow? How can we build it perfectly? We apply some of the latest innovations in manufacturing to ensure the highest standards of quality and consistency. But we hold tight to our DIY roots, because sometimes there’s nothing more innovative than the human hand. Each and every Mathews bow in this Annual is designed and built in Sparta, Wisconsin, U.S.A.


ANNUAL MATHEWS TECHNOLOGY

| ACCURACY STARTS HERE |

T H E P E R F E C T B U I L D

To create the finest, most accurate bows in the world, you have to adapt. From the R & D facility to the manufacturing floor, we are in a constant state of progress. Always questioning. How can we design a better bow? How can we build it perfectly? We apply some of the latest innovations in manufacturing to ensure the highest standards of quality and consistency. But we hold tight to our DIY roots, because sometimes there’s nothing more innovative than the human hand. Each and every Mathews bow in this Annual is designed and built in Sparta, Wisconsin, U.S.A.


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BOWS | HALON™

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BOWS | HALON™

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ANNUAL BOWS | HALON™

HALON CROSSCENTRIC™ CAM Inspired by NO CAM™ technology, the HALON’s new Crosscentric™ Cam employs a partially concentric string payout to produce a stealthy draw and consistent accuracy, while delivering speeds up to 353 feet per second.

DUAL BRIDGED RISER The new dual bridged riser design is built to endure the toughest hunting conditions.

TRUE CENTER NOCKING POINT A true center nocking point ensures straight and level nock travel, further enhancing shot-to-shot consistency.

FLATBACK™ GRIP Designed with a level point of contact between the shooter’s hand and the bow for increased stability when aiming down range.

ACCURATE. ENERGY. The all-new 2016 HALON™ is our hardest hitting flagship bow to date. Inspired by NO CAM™ technology, the Crosscentric™ Cam employs a partially concentric string payout and AVS™ Technology to produce a stealthy draw and consistent accuracy, while delivering speeds up to 353 feet per second. Wider, more torsionally rigid limbs and our new dual bridged riser are designed to support this powerful cam system and endure the toughest hunting conditions. A true center nocking point ensures straight and level nock travel, further enhancing shot-to-shot consistency. Outfitted with the new FlatBack™ Grip and industry leading Harmonic Damper™ and Harmonic Stabilizer Lite,™ the HALON™ is rock solid and deadly quiet.

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ADVANCED VECTORING SYSTEM™ During the draw cycle, AVS™ technology vectors forces to maintain cam synchronization, enhance energy storage and increase efficiency.

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ANNUAL BOWS | HALON™

HALON CROSSCENTRIC™ CAM Inspired by NO CAM™ technology, the HALON’s new Crosscentric™ Cam employs a partially concentric string payout to produce a stealthy draw and consistent accuracy, while delivering speeds up to 353 feet per second.

DUAL BRIDGED RISER The new dual bridged riser design is built to endure the toughest hunting conditions.

TRUE CENTER NOCKING POINT A true center nocking point ensures straight and level nock travel, further enhancing shot-to-shot consistency.

FLATBACK™ GRIP Designed with a level point of contact between the shooter’s hand and the bow for increased stability when aiming down range.

ACCURATE. ENERGY. The all-new 2016 HALON™ is our hardest hitting flagship bow to date. Inspired by NO CAM™ technology, the Crosscentric™ Cam employs a partially concentric string payout and AVS™ Technology to produce a stealthy draw and consistent accuracy, while delivering speeds up to 353 feet per second. Wider, more torsionally rigid limbs and our new dual bridged riser are designed to support this powerful cam system and endure the toughest hunting conditions. A true center nocking point ensures straight and level nock travel, further enhancing shot-to-shot consistency. Outfitted with the new FlatBack™ Grip and industry leading Harmonic Damper™ and Harmonic Stabilizer Lite,™ the HALON™ is rock solid and deadly quiet.

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ADVANCED VECTORING SYSTEM™ During the draw cycle, AVS™ technology vectors forces to maintain cam synchronization, enhance energy storage and increase efficiency.

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ANNUAL BOWS | HALON™

HALON 5

HALON 6

HALON 7

HALON X

IBO RATING up to 353 FPS @ 75%

IBO RATING up to 345 FPS @ 75%

IBO RATING up to 335 FPS @ 75%

IBO RATING up to 330 FPS @ 75%

BRACE HEIGHT 5"

PHYSICAL WEIGHT 4.55 lbs.*

333 @ 85%

AXLE-TO-AXLE 30" PHYSICAL WEIGHT 4.50 lbs.*

Specifications:

PHYSICAL WEIGHT 4.60 lbs.*

343 @ 85%

AXLE-TO-AXLE 30"

Specifications:

349 @ 85%

AXLE-TO-AXLE 30"

Specifications:

Specifications:

328@ 85%

AXLE-TO-AXLE 35" PHYSICAL WEIGHT 4.94 lbs.*

BRACE HEIGHT 6"

BRACE HEIGHT 7"

BRACE HEIGHT 7"

LET-OFF 75% or 85%

LET-OFF 75% or 85%

LET-OFF 75% or 85%

LET-OFF 75% or 85%

DRAW WEIGHTS 40, 50, 60 & 70 lbs.

DRAW WEIGHTS 40, 50, 60 & 70 lbs.

DRAW WEIGHTS 40, 50, 60 & 70 lbs.

DRAW WEIGHTS 50, 60 & 70 lbs.

DRAW LENGTHS 24 - 30"

DRAW LENGTHS 25 - 31"

DRAW LENGTHS 26 - 32"

DRAW LENGTHS 26 - 30.5"

HALF-SIZES 24.5 - 29.5"

HALF-SIZES 25.5 - 30.5"

HALF-SIZES 26.5 - 31.5"

HALF-SIZES 26.5 - 30.5"

CAM CROSSCENTRIC™

CAM CROSSCENTRIC™

CAM CROSSCENTRIC™

CAM MINI CROSSCENTRIC™

MSRP $1,099

MSRP $1,099

MSRP $1,099

MSRP $1,299

All specifications approximate.

All specifications approximate.

*Physical weights are without

*Physical weights are without

Harmonic Dampers.

Harmonic Dampers.

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All specifications approximate.

All specifications approximate.

*Physical weights are without

*Physical weights are without

Harmonic Dampers.

Harmonic Dampers.

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ANNUAL BOWS | HALON™

HALON 5

HALON 6

HALON 7

HALON X

IBO RATING up to 353 FPS @ 75%

IBO RATING up to 345 FPS @ 75%

IBO RATING up to 335 FPS @ 75%

IBO RATING up to 330 FPS @ 75%

BRACE HEIGHT 5"

PHYSICAL WEIGHT 4.55 lbs.*

333 @ 85%

AXLE-TO-AXLE 30" PHYSICAL WEIGHT 4.50 lbs.*

Specifications:

PHYSICAL WEIGHT 4.60 lbs.*

343 @ 85%

AXLE-TO-AXLE 30"

Specifications:

349 @ 85%

AXLE-TO-AXLE 30"

Specifications:

Specifications:

328@ 85%

AXLE-TO-AXLE 35" PHYSICAL WEIGHT 4.94 lbs.*

BRACE HEIGHT 6"

BRACE HEIGHT 7"

BRACE HEIGHT 7"

LET-OFF 75% or 85%

LET-OFF 75% or 85%

LET-OFF 75% or 85%

LET-OFF 75% or 85%

DRAW WEIGHTS 40, 50, 60 & 70 lbs.

DRAW WEIGHTS 40, 50, 60 & 70 lbs.

DRAW WEIGHTS 40, 50, 60 & 70 lbs.

DRAW WEIGHTS 50, 60 & 70 lbs.

DRAW LENGTHS 24 - 30"

DRAW LENGTHS 25 - 31"

DRAW LENGTHS 26 - 32"

DRAW LENGTHS 26 - 30.5"

HALF-SIZES 24.5 - 29.5"

HALF-SIZES 25.5 - 30.5"

HALF-SIZES 26.5 - 31.5"

HALF-SIZES 26.5 - 30.5"

CAM CROSSCENTRIC™

CAM CROSSCENTRIC™

CAM CROSSCENTRIC™

CAM MINI CROSSCENTRIC™

MSRP $1,099

MSRP $1,099

MSRP $1,099

MSRP $1,299

All specifications approximate.

All specifications approximate.

*Physical weights are without

*Physical weights are without

Harmonic Dampers.

Harmonic Dampers.

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All specifications approximate.

All specifications approximate.

*Physical weights are without

*Physical weights are without

Harmonic Dampers.

Harmonic Dampers.

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ANNUAL BOWS | HALON™

LOST CAMO® XD

LOST CAMO® OT

BLACK

HALON FINISH OPTIONS ™

TACTICAL

STONE

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ANNUAL BOWS | HALON™

LOST CAMO® XD

LOST CAMO® OT

BLACK

HALON FINISH OPTIONS ™

TACTICAL

STONE

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Chris Hood keeping tabs on a Persian Ibex in the Florida Mountains of New Mexico. PHOTO: BRAD CHRISTIAN


Chris Hood keeping tabs on a Persian Ibex in the Florida Mountains of New Mexico. PHOTO: BRAD CHRISTIAN


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| PRE-LAUNCH FIELD TESTING |

PROVING GROUND

Left: JUSTIN OLK | KANSAS WHITETAIL Right: LEE LAKOSKY | ALASKA BROWN BEAR

Left: NICOLE REEVE | SASKATCHEWAN WHITETAIL Center: BRETT SENG | MONTANA ELK Right: TIFFANY LAKOSKY | COLORADO MULE DEER

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| PRE-LAUNCH FIELD TESTING |

PROVING GROUND

Left: JUSTIN OLK | KANSAS WHITETAIL Right: LEE LAKOSKY | ALASKA BROWN BEAR

Left: NICOLE REEVE | SASKATCHEWAN WHITETAIL Center: BRETT SENG | MONTANA ELK Right: TIFFANY LAKOSKY | COLORADO MULE DEER

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M AT H E W S P R E S E N T S

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Watch the new film series coming to mathewsinc.com early 2016.


M AT H E W S P R E S E N T S

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Watch the new film series coming to mathewsinc.com early 2016.


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VENISON MAN-TATO Feast on this favorite from Mathews HQ

CHEESESTEAK VENISON POTATO SKINS Makes 4 servings //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

INGREDIENTS: 4 large russet potatoes Olive oil 1 pound venison, thinly sliced and chopped into small pieces* Salt and freshly ground pepper to taste ½ medium onion, thinly sliced 1 green bell pepper, thinly sliced or roughly chopped 1 (4 ounces) package oyster or small cremini mushrooms, thinly sliced or roughly chopped 8 ounces (2 cups) shredded creamy Havarti cheese 4 ounces (1 cup) shredded Provolone cheese Chopped fresh rosemary or chives, if desired //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

DIRECTIONS: Heat oven to 400˚F. Place potatoes on a baking sheet; brush generously with oil and bake 1 hour or until tender. Cool about 30 minutes. Increase oven temperature to 450˚F. Cut each potato in half lengthwise. Scoop out the majority of the potato with a spoon, leaving a ¼-inch layer around the skin. Generously brush the potato skins with oil; season with salt. Place in the oven, skin-side up, for 5 minutes. Turn the potatoes, brush with oil, return to the oven 5 minutes longer or until golden and crisp. Meanwhile prepare the filling. Heat a griddle or cast-iron skillet over medium-high heat. Sauté the onions in olive oil about 5 minutes. Add green pepper and mushrooms and continue to sauté until vegetables are tender. Add the venison to the pan; sauté to desired doneness. Season with salt and pepper. Remove the potato skins from the oven and fill them with the venison mixture. Top with the cheeses. Heat the broiler to low. Place the filled potato skins under the broiler for 3 minutes or until the cheese is melted. Sprinkle with rosemary. //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

*TIP: A great trick for thinly slicing steak is to place it in freezer for about 10 minutes or until the meat is just starting to firm up but is not frozen. Slice using your sharpest knife.

See more recipes at: MATHEWSINC.COM

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VENISON MAN-TATO Feast on this favorite from Mathews HQ

CHEESESTEAK VENISON POTATO SKINS Makes 4 servings //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

INGREDIENTS: 4 large russet potatoes Olive oil 1 pound venison, thinly sliced and chopped into small pieces* Salt and freshly ground pepper to taste ½ medium onion, thinly sliced 1 green bell pepper, thinly sliced or roughly chopped 1 (4 ounces) package oyster or small cremini mushrooms, thinly sliced or roughly chopped 8 ounces (2 cups) shredded creamy Havarti cheese 4 ounces (1 cup) shredded Provolone cheese Chopped fresh rosemary or chives, if desired //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

DIRECTIONS: Heat oven to 400˚F. Place potatoes on a baking sheet; brush generously with oil and bake 1 hour or until tender. Cool about 30 minutes. Increase oven temperature to 450˚F. Cut each potato in half lengthwise. Scoop out the majority of the potato with a spoon, leaving a ¼-inch layer around the skin. Generously brush the potato skins with oil; season with salt. Place in the oven, skin-side up, for 5 minutes. Turn the potatoes, brush with oil, return to the oven 5 minutes longer or until golden and crisp. Meanwhile prepare the filling. Heat a griddle or cast-iron skillet over medium-high heat. Sauté the onions in olive oil about 5 minutes. Add green pepper and mushrooms and continue to sauté until vegetables are tender. Add the venison to the pan; sauté to desired doneness. Season with salt and pepper. Remove the potato skins from the oven and fill them with the venison mixture. Top with the cheeses. Heat the broiler to low. Place the filled potato skins under the broiler for 3 minutes or until the cheese is melted. Sprinkle with rosemary. //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

*TIP: A great trick for thinly slicing steak is to place it in freezer for about 10 minutes or until the meat is just starting to firm up but is not frozen. Slice using your sharpest knife.

See more recipes at: MATHEWSINC.COM

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ANNUAL BOWS | NO CAM™ HTX ™

NO CAM HTX ™

NO CAM™ ST TECHNOLOGY Concentric String Tracks allow the string to travel at a constant distance from the center of rotation, creating a balanced and synchronized system with straight and level nock travel.

Specifications:

DUAL BRIDGED RISER IBO RATING up to 326 FPS* @ 65%

The new dual bridged riser design is built to endure the toughest hunting conditions.

323 @ 75% 317@ 85%

AXLE-TO-AXLE 30" PHYSICAL WEIGHT 3.99 lbs.** BRACE HEIGHT 6-1/8"

TRUE CENTER NOCKING POINT

LET-OFF 65%, 75% or 85%

A true center nocking point ensures straight and level nock travel, further enhancing shot-to-shot consistency.

DRAW WEIGHTS 50, 60 & 70 lbs. DRAW LENGTHS 23 - 29" HALF-SIZES 23.5 - 28.5" CAM -MSRP $999 *Speeds are measured at

FLATBACK™ GRIP

29" / 70 lb. with a 350 gr. arrow without Monkey Tails.

Designed with a level point of contact between the shooter’s hand and the bow for increased stability when aiming down range.

**Physical weights are without Harmonic Dampers.

AVAILABLE IN 5 FINISHES: Comes standard in NEW Lost Camo®XD. Lost Camo®OT, Black, Tactical and Stone also available.

Mark Hayes reels in the start of a sit in western Wisconsin. PHOTO: DEREK NELSON

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ANNUAL BOWS | NO CAM™ HTX ™

NO CAM HTX ™

NO CAM™ ST TECHNOLOGY Concentric String Tracks allow the string to travel at a constant distance from the center of rotation, creating a balanced and synchronized system with straight and level nock travel.

Specifications:

DUAL BRIDGED RISER IBO RATING up to 326 FPS* @ 65%

The new dual bridged riser design is built to endure the toughest hunting conditions.

323 @ 75% 317@ 85%

AXLE-TO-AXLE 30" PHYSICAL WEIGHT 3.99 lbs.** BRACE HEIGHT 6-1/8"

TRUE CENTER NOCKING POINT

LET-OFF 65%, 75% or 85%

A true center nocking point ensures straight and level nock travel, further enhancing shot-to-shot consistency.

DRAW WEIGHTS 50, 60 & 70 lbs. DRAW LENGTHS 23 - 29" HALF-SIZES 23.5 - 28.5" CAM -MSRP $999 *Speeds are measured at

FLATBACK™ GRIP

29" / 70 lb. with a 350 gr. arrow without Monkey Tails.

Designed with a level point of contact between the shooter’s hand and the bow for increased stability when aiming down range.

**Physical weights are without Harmonic Dampers.

AVAILABLE IN 5 FINISHES: Comes standard in NEW Lost Camo®XD. Lost Camo®OT, Black, Tactical and Stone also available.

Mark Hayes reels in the start of a sit in western Wisconsin. PHOTO: DEREK NELSON

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ANNUAL BOWS | NO CAM™ HTR ®

Practicing self-control. PHOTO: LUKE FEHR

NO CAM HTR Specifications:

®

IBO RATING up to 330 FPS @ 65% 325@ 75% 321@ 85%

AXLE-TO-AXLE 32" PHYSICAL WEIGHT 4.14 / 4.3 lbs.* BRACE HEIGHT 6-5/8" LET-OFF 65%, 75% or 85%

The Dreampoint team making a high elevation drop in New Zealand.

DRAW WEIGHTS 50, 60 & 70 lbs.

PHOTO: CHRIS HOOD

DRAW LENGTHS 24 - 30" HALF-SIZES 24.5 - 29.5"

This is confidence.

PHOTO: BRAD CHRISTIAN

CAM -MSRP $1,099 *4.14 lbs. with 2 Harmonic Dampers™ 4.3 lbs. with 2 Harmonic Stabilizers™

BOW HIGHLIGHTS: NO CAM ST™ Technology (patent pending) put every other component into question when designing the new NO CAM™ HTR.™ The result is a truly integrated system featuring shorter, more rigid quad limbs, and a less reflexed riser. Twin Harmonic Stabilizers™ and RockMods™ come standard. Comes standard in Lost Camo.® Lost Camo®OT, Black, Tactical and Stone also available.

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Mark Seacat climbs into a late season whitetail hunt in Montana. PHOTO: ADAM FOSS

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ANNUAL BOWS | NO CAM™ HTR ®

Practicing self-control. PHOTO: LUKE FEHR

NO CAM HTR Specifications:

®

IBO RATING up to 330 FPS @ 65% 325@ 75% 321@ 85%

AXLE-TO-AXLE 32" PHYSICAL WEIGHT 4.14 / 4.3 lbs.* BRACE HEIGHT 6-5/8" LET-OFF 65%, 75% or 85%

The Dreampoint team making a high elevation drop in New Zealand.

DRAW WEIGHTS 50, 60 & 70 lbs.

PHOTO: CHRIS HOOD

DRAW LENGTHS 24 - 30" HALF-SIZES 24.5 - 29.5"

This is confidence.

PHOTO: BRAD CHRISTIAN

CAM -MSRP $1,099 *4.14 lbs. with 2 Harmonic Dampers™ 4.3 lbs. with 2 Harmonic Stabilizers™

BOW HIGHLIGHTS: NO CAM ST™ Technology (patent pending) put every other component into question when designing the new NO CAM™ HTR.™ The result is a truly integrated system featuring shorter, more rigid quad limbs, and a less reflexed riser. Twin Harmonic Stabilizers™ and RockMods™ come standard. Comes standard in Lost Camo.® Lost Camo®OT, Black, Tactical and Stone also available.

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Mark Seacat climbs into a late season whitetail hunt in Montana. PHOTO: ADAM FOSS

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ANNUAL BOWS | DUAL CAM

CHILL X

CHILL R

CHILL SDX

IBO RATING up to 336 FPS @ 75%

IBO RATING up to 342 FPS

IBO RATING up to 330 FPS @ 29”/60 lbs

AXLE-TO-AXLE 35" PHYSICAL WEIGHT 4.23 lbs. BRACE HEIGHT 7"

Specifications:

Specifications:

Specifications:

AXLE-TO-AXLE 33" PHYSICAL WEIGHT 3.95 lbs. BRACE HEIGHT 6-1/8"

AXLE-TO-AXLE 30.5" PHYSICAL WEIGHT 3.84 lbs. BRACE HEIGHT 6"

LET-OFF 75 or 85%

LET-OFF 80%

LET-OFF 80%

DRAW WEIGHTS 50, 60 & 70 lbs.

DRAW WEIGHTS 50, 60 & 70 lbs.

DRAW WEIGHTS 40, 50, 60 & 70 lbs.

DRAW LENGTHS 25 - 31"

DRAW LENGTHS 23 - 30"

DRAW LENGTHS 22 - 29"

HALF-SIZES 25.5 - 30.5"

HALF-SIZES 23.5 - 29.5"

HALF-SIZES 22.5 - 28.5"

CAM AVS® DYAD™

CAM AVS® DYAD™

CAM AVS® DYAD™

MSRP $1,099

MSRP $999

MSRP $999

BOW HIGHLIGHTS:

BOW HIGHLIGHTS:

BOW HIGHLIGHTS:

This super-stable hybrid bow is optimized for both hunting and 3D target archery. RockMods™ provide a rock-solid back wall for enhanced accuracy.

The long powerstroke on the Chill® R creates higher speeds, making it an excellent choice for open country hunting.

Comes standard in Lost Camo.® Black & Desert Tactical also available.

Comes standard in Lost Camo.® Black also available.

A top-of-the line dual cam bow designed for hunters who are small in stature, but demand big performance. Choose between the standard blue graphics and our exclusive PNK™ graphics package. Comes standard in Lost Camo.® Black and Black Pink also available.

“When the bull dropped his head, we sprinted up the river bed after him. When he would raise his head, we froze. After 500 yards of alternating all-out sprints with knee-shattering stops, we were in bow range.” Jason Peak on his spot-and-stalk Caribou. PHOTO: STEVEN DRAKE

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ANNUAL BOWS | DUAL CAM

CHILL X

CHILL R

CHILL SDX

IBO RATING up to 336 FPS @ 75%

IBO RATING up to 342 FPS

IBO RATING up to 330 FPS @ 29”/60 lbs

AXLE-TO-AXLE 35" PHYSICAL WEIGHT 4.23 lbs. BRACE HEIGHT 7"

Specifications:

Specifications:

Specifications:

AXLE-TO-AXLE 33" PHYSICAL WEIGHT 3.95 lbs. BRACE HEIGHT 6-1/8"

AXLE-TO-AXLE 30.5" PHYSICAL WEIGHT 3.84 lbs. BRACE HEIGHT 6"

LET-OFF 75 or 85%

LET-OFF 80%

LET-OFF 80%

DRAW WEIGHTS 50, 60 & 70 lbs.

DRAW WEIGHTS 50, 60 & 70 lbs.

DRAW WEIGHTS 40, 50, 60 & 70 lbs.

DRAW LENGTHS 25 - 31"

DRAW LENGTHS 23 - 30"

DRAW LENGTHS 22 - 29"

HALF-SIZES 25.5 - 30.5"

HALF-SIZES 23.5 - 29.5"

HALF-SIZES 22.5 - 28.5"

CAM AVS® DYAD™

CAM AVS® DYAD™

CAM AVS® DYAD™

MSRP $1,099

MSRP $999

MSRP $999

BOW HIGHLIGHTS:

BOW HIGHLIGHTS:

BOW HIGHLIGHTS:

This super-stable hybrid bow is optimized for both hunting and 3D target archery. RockMods™ provide a rock-solid back wall for enhanced accuracy.

The long powerstroke on the Chill® R creates higher speeds, making it an excellent choice for open country hunting.

Comes standard in Lost Camo.® Black & Desert Tactical also available.

Comes standard in Lost Camo.® Black also available.

A top-of-the line dual cam bow designed for hunters who are small in stature, but demand big performance. Choose between the standard blue graphics and our exclusive PNK™ graphics package. Comes standard in Lost Camo.® Black and Black Pink also available.

“When the bull dropped his head, we sprinted up the river bed after him. When he would raise his head, we froze. After 500 yards of alternating all-out sprints with knee-shattering stops, we were in bow range.” Jason Peak on his spot-and-stalk Caribou. PHOTO: STEVEN DRAKE

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| DISPATCH FROM THE FIELD |

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D A Y S

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S O L I T U D E

Story & Photography: CAL ARNOLD

“AFTER A SIX HOUR STALK ACROSS SOME NASTY TRAVERSES, I FOUND MYSELF 25 YARDS ABOVE THE DEER, AND WAITED WITH INTENSE FOCUS AND ANTICIPATION.”

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al Arnold’s high country Colorado mule deer hunt was pure adventure - 14 days in solitude, living up on the mountain with limited means. Days spent hiking, glassing, and stalking deer -  analyzing every move - nights spent revising strategy and recovering from mental and physical exhaustion. The weather worked against him, and the steep terrain pushed him to his limits. On the last day of his hunt, he caught a split second of movement through his scope, finally spotting the needle in the haystack, and proceeded on a six hour stalk. He posted himself 25 yards above his quarry and waited. When the deer finally stood up, he found Cal at full draw.

Check out how Cal prepared for this hunt in the film “Training Ground” at MATHEWSINC.COM

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Story & Photography: CAL ARNOLD

“AFTER A SIX HOUR STALK ACROSS SOME NASTY TRAVERSES, I FOUND MYSELF 25 YARDS ABOVE THE DEER, AND WAITED WITH INTENSE FOCUS AND ANTICIPATION.”

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al Arnold’s high country Colorado mule deer hunt was pure adventure - 14 days in solitude, living up on the mountain with limited means. Days spent hiking, glassing, and stalking deer -  analyzing every move - nights spent revising strategy and recovering from mental and physical exhaustion. The weather worked against him, and the steep terrain pushed him to his limits. On the last day of his hunt, he caught a split second of movement through his scope, finally spotting the needle in the haystack, and proceeded on a six hour stalk. He posted himself 25 yards above his quarry and waited. When the deer finally stood up, he found Cal at full draw.

Check out how Cal prepared for this hunt in the film “Training Ground” at MATHEWSINC.COM

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ANNUAL BOWS | DUAL CAM

SAFARI

IBO RATING up to 352 FPS @ 85%

Specifications:

Specifications:

WAKE AXLE-TO-AXLE 35"

PHYSICAL WEIGHT 5.38 lbs. BRACE HEIGHT 5"

IBO RATING up to 350 FPS @ 85% AXLE-TO-AXLE 33" PHYSICAL WEIGHT 4.8 lbs. BRACE HEIGHT 6"

LET-OFF 85%

LET-OFF 65 & 80%

DRAW WEIGHTS 40, 50, 60, 70 & 80 lbs.

DRAW WEIGHTS 70 & 85 lbs.

DRAW LENGTHS 25 - 30"

DRAW LENGTHS 25.5 - 31"

HALF-SIZES 25.5 - 29.5"

HALF-SIZES 25.5 - 30.5"

CAM AVS® DYAD™

CAM MONSTER® AVS®

MSRP $1,699

MSRP $2,100

BOW HIGHLIGHTS:

BOW HIGHLIGHTS:

Built to deliver raw speed, the McPherson Series Monster® Wake™ is the fastest dual cam bow we’ve ever tested at 85% let-off.

The Honey Comb Core design on the Monster™ Safari™ was inspired by the hexagonal honeycomb design used in the aerospace industry, due to its high strength-to-weight ratios. Additional features include the powerful AVS™ cam system, an integral grip and exotic African wood inlays.

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ANNUAL BOWS | DUAL CAM

SAFARI

IBO RATING up to 352 FPS @ 85%

Specifications:

Specifications:

WAKE AXLE-TO-AXLE 35"

PHYSICAL WEIGHT 5.38 lbs. BRACE HEIGHT 5"

IBO RATING up to 350 FPS @ 85% AXLE-TO-AXLE 33" PHYSICAL WEIGHT 4.8 lbs. BRACE HEIGHT 6"

LET-OFF 85%

LET-OFF 65 & 80%

DRAW WEIGHTS 40, 50, 60, 70 & 80 lbs.

DRAW WEIGHTS 70 & 85 lbs.

DRAW LENGTHS 25 - 30"

DRAW LENGTHS 25.5 - 31"

HALF-SIZES 25.5 - 29.5"

HALF-SIZES 25.5 - 30.5"

CAM AVS® DYAD™

CAM MONSTER® AVS®

MSRP $1,699

MSRP $2,100

BOW HIGHLIGHTS:

BOW HIGHLIGHTS:

Built to deliver raw speed, the McPherson Series Monster® Wake™ is the fastest dual cam bow we’ve ever tested at 85% let-off.

The Honey Comb Core design on the Monster™ Safari™ was inspired by the hexagonal honeycomb design used in the aerospace industry, due to its high strength-to-weight ratios. Additional features include the powerful AVS™ cam system, an integral grip and exotic African wood inlays.

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SE™ COMPOSITE LIMBS These rigid slim limbs utilize state-of-the-art SE Composite material for ultimate strength and durability.

Z2 AXLE-TO-AXLE 30" PHYSICAL WEIGHT 4.55 lbs. BRACE HEIGHT 7" LET-OFF 80% DRAW WEIGHTS 40, 50, 60, 65 & 70 lbs.

REVERSE ASSIST ROLLER GUARD

DRAW LENGTHS 24 - 30"

This innovative roller guard reduces friction by positioning cables in a reverse manner in front of the rollers to produce a silky smooth draw cycle.

HALF-SIZES 24.5 - 29.5" CAM ZX™ MSRP $749

JEWEL

IBO RATING up to 330 FPS

Specifications:

IBO RATING up to 330 FPS

Specifications:

Specifications:

ANNUAL BOWS | SOLOCAM ®

Z3

AXLE-TO-AXLE 30" PHYSICAL WEIGHT 4.32 lbs. BRACE HEIGHT 7"

®

IBO RATING up to 325 FPS @ 29"/60 lbs AXLE-TO-AXLE 28" PHYSICAL WEIGHT 3.6 lbs. BRACE HEIGHT 6-3/8"

LET-OFF 80%

LET-OFF 80%

DRAW WEIGHTS 40, 50, 60, 65 & 70 lbs.

DRAW WEIGHTS 40, 45, 50, 55 & 60 lbs.

DRAW LENGTHS 24 - 30"

DRAW LENGTHS 22 - 29"

HALF-SIZES 24.5 - 29.5"

HALF-SIZES 22.5 - 28.5"

CAM ZX™

CAM JEWEL®

MSRP $849

MSRP $999

AVAILABLE IN 2 FINISHES: Comes standard in NEW Lost Camo®XD and is also available in Black.

ZX™ SOLOCAM® This cam design utilizes one cam and one idler wheel to eliminate synchronization issues and produce an ultra smooth draw.

BOW HIGHLIGHTS:

BOW HIGHLIGHTS:

Based on one of our most popular Solocam® bow designs, the Z2™ is compact, lightweight and agile. Featuring a Reverse Assist™ Roller Guard for a silky smooth draw, a generous brace height for added forgiveness and speeds up to 330 fps, the Z2™ is an excellent value for bowhunters.

Designed and built exclusively for women, the Jewel® offers top-of-the-line Solocam® performance in a variety of beautiful finishes. With an ultra-smooth draw and blazing speed, the Jewel® not only stands out, it delivers. Comes standard in Lost Camo.® Black, Electric Pink, Electric Teal and Tactical also available.

Comes standard in Lost Camo.® Lost Camo®OT and Black also available.

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SE™ COMPOSITE LIMBS These rigid slim limbs utilize state-of-the-art SE Composite material for ultimate strength and durability.

Z2 AXLE-TO-AXLE 30" PHYSICAL WEIGHT 4.55 lbs. BRACE HEIGHT 7" LET-OFF 80% DRAW WEIGHTS 40, 50, 60, 65 & 70 lbs.

REVERSE ASSIST ROLLER GUARD

DRAW LENGTHS 24 - 30"

This innovative roller guard reduces friction by positioning cables in a reverse manner in front of the rollers to produce a silky smooth draw cycle.

HALF-SIZES 24.5 - 29.5" CAM ZX™ MSRP $749

JEWEL

IBO RATING up to 330 FPS

Specifications:

IBO RATING up to 330 FPS

Specifications:

Specifications:

ANNUAL BOWS | SOLOCAM ®

Z3

AXLE-TO-AXLE 30" PHYSICAL WEIGHT 4.32 lbs. BRACE HEIGHT 7"

®

IBO RATING up to 325 FPS @ 29"/60 lbs AXLE-TO-AXLE 28" PHYSICAL WEIGHT 3.6 lbs. BRACE HEIGHT 6-3/8"

LET-OFF 80%

LET-OFF 80%

DRAW WEIGHTS 40, 50, 60, 65 & 70 lbs.

DRAW WEIGHTS 40, 45, 50, 55 & 60 lbs.

DRAW LENGTHS 24 - 30"

DRAW LENGTHS 22 - 29"

HALF-SIZES 24.5 - 29.5"

HALF-SIZES 22.5 - 28.5"

CAM ZX™

CAM JEWEL®

MSRP $849

MSRP $999

AVAILABLE IN 2 FINISHES: Comes standard in NEW Lost Camo®XD and is also available in Black.

ZX™ SOLOCAM® This cam design utilizes one cam and one idler wheel to eliminate synchronization issues and produce an ultra smooth draw.

BOW HIGHLIGHTS:

BOW HIGHLIGHTS:

Based on one of our most popular Solocam® bow designs, the Z2™ is compact, lightweight and agile. Featuring a Reverse Assist™ Roller Guard for a silky smooth draw, a generous brace height for added forgiveness and speeds up to 330 fps, the Z2™ is an excellent value for bowhunters.

Designed and built exclusively for women, the Jewel® offers top-of-the-line Solocam® performance in a variety of beautiful finishes. With an ultra-smooth draw and blazing speed, the Jewel® not only stands out, it delivers. Comes standard in Lost Camo.® Black, Electric Pink, Electric Teal and Tactical also available.

Comes standard in Lost Camo.® Lost Camo®OT and Black also available.

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ANNUAL BOWS | GENESIS速 ARCHERY

STOKE THE FIRE GENESIS ARCHERY 速

The best time to get your kids started is now. As the official bow of the National Archery in the Schools Program, Genesis bows are designed to be easy and comfortable to shoot for people of all ages, sizes and strength levels. Learn more at GENESISBOW.COM.

Jessica DeLorenzo marks the beginning of a new journey with her daughter Emma. PHOTO: MARK DELORENZO


ANNUAL BOWS | GENESIS速 ARCHERY

STOKE THE FIRE GENESIS ARCHERY 速

The best time to get your kids started is now. As the official bow of the National Archery in the Schools Program, Genesis bows are designed to be easy and comfortable to shoot for people of all ages, sizes and strength levels. Learn more at GENESISBOW.COM.

Jessica DeLorenzo marks the beginning of a new journey with her daughter Emma. PHOTO: MARK DELORENZO


ANNUAL ACCESSORIES

MATHEWS® GENUINE

ARROWWEB HD SERIES QUIVER ®

The versatile quiver that easily converts to right or left-handed mounts and will adjust vertically to accommodate longer arrows. All HD-Series quivers include a foam insert and a detachable blade protector designed to fit most expandable broadheads and fixed blades 1-1/8" and under.

NEW SPIDER CLAW® QUIVER MOUNT New integrated Harmonic Damper® reduces sound and vibration by up to 55%.* NEW HD SERIES CLAW

AMPLITUDE

AMPLITUDE

ORIGINAL CLAW

*When shooting with quiver detached from claw

TIME IN SECONDS

1

LOST CAMO® XD

2

LOST CAMO® OT

TIME IN SECONDS

LOST CAMO®

1

2

BLACK

COLORSHIELD™ HOOD INSERT COLOR OPTIONS


ANNUAL ACCESSORIES

MATHEWS® GENUINE

ARROWWEB HD SERIES QUIVER ®

The versatile quiver that easily converts to right or left-handed mounts and will adjust vertically to accommodate longer arrows. All HD-Series quivers include a foam insert and a detachable blade protector designed to fit most expandable broadheads and fixed blades 1-1/8" and under.

NEW SPIDER CLAW® QUIVER MOUNT New integrated Harmonic Damper® reduces sound and vibration by up to 55%.* NEW HD SERIES CLAW

AMPLITUDE

AMPLITUDE

ORIGINAL CLAW

*When shooting with quiver detached from claw

TIME IN SECONDS

1

LOST CAMO® XD

2

LOST CAMO® OT

TIME IN SECONDS

LOST CAMO®

1

2

BLACK

COLORSHIELD™ HOOD INSERT COLOR OPTIONS


ANNUAL ACCESSORIES

MATHEWS® GENUINE

QAD ULTRA REST ®

With total fletching clearance, full arrow containment and Mathews® Harmonic Damping™ to remove excess vibration and noise, the Mathews® Ultra-Rest™ provides the highest level of performance on the market. Available in NEW Lost Camo® XD, Lost Camo® and Black.

NEW FLATBACK ™ GRIP Designed for shooters who prefer a level point of contact between their shooting hand and the bow. The FlatBack™Grip is available with a walnut or carbon fiber inlay.

FOCUS® GRIP The Focus®Grip helps minimize hand torque in the event of poor hand placement by keeping pressure concentrated in the center of the grip.


ANNUAL ACCESSORIES

MATHEWS® GENUINE

QAD ULTRA REST ®

With total fletching clearance, full arrow containment and Mathews® Harmonic Damping™ to remove excess vibration and noise, the Mathews® Ultra-Rest™ provides the highest level of performance on the market. Available in NEW Lost Camo® XD, Lost Camo® and Black.

NEW FLATBACK ™ GRIP Designed for shooters who prefer a level point of contact between their shooting hand and the bow. The FlatBack™Grip is available with a walnut or carbon fiber inlay.

FOCUS® GRIP The Focus®Grip helps minimize hand torque in the event of poor hand placement by keeping pressure concentrated in the center of the grip.


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BUILD IT

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ANNUAL ACCESSORIES | BOWBUILDER

BUILD IT

YOUR WAY. Create, save & share your new Mathews at MATHEWSINC.COM / BOWBUILDER

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ANNUAL

| PRO TIPS |

WHAT’S IN THE PACK? By: ADAM FOSS

As backpack bowhunters, our obsession with gear will always remain borderline fanatical. Whether packing for the hunt of a lifetime or just a weekend trip, being prepared can make the difference between cutting a tag and going home empty handed. The correct gear choices will keep you more comfortable, hunting harder and could even save your life. So here are my tips and a basic pack list. My goal is to shed some light on what’s worked for me in the past and help others get thinking about how to dial in a system that works for them. Keep in mind that a pack list can never be written in stone. I’m always learning from other knowledgeable hunters and ultralight backpackers, so even with all the agonizing analysis - pouring over specs, calories-per-ounce and warmth-to-weight ratios - my list is always in flux.

5 GEAR TIPS FOR BETTER BACKPACK BOWHUNTING 1) LESS IS MORE: You’ve heard that “ounces make pounds,” but truly keep this mantra in the back of your mind when developing your mountain hunting gear list. Scrutinize everything. Apart from emergency gear, items should get used nearly every day. 2) DOUBLE DUTY: Lightweight, packable items that have more than one use should earn a coveted spot in your pack over items that don’t. The more items that serve double duty, the more value they bring to the comfort and success of your hunt. 3) PACK SMART: Items should be positioned in your pack efficiently. For example, I try to keep my rain jacket rolled in its hood, and lightweight, “puffy” insulation layers stuffed into their own sleeve when not in use. That way, they take up less space and can be quickly deployed when an afternoon rainstorm hits or you cool off on a glassing break. 4) NUTRITION, NUTRITION, NUTRITION: This is probably the hardest lesson I’ve learned in the field, and I hope you don’t have to. A good rule of thumb is that if doesn’t contain 160 calories/oz., leave it at home. Of course, every rule is meant to be broken, which comes to be true in the form of freeze fried meals or quick burning items like Clif Shot Blocks. Included is all the food I’d bring for one full day in the mountain. For extended trips, I’d simply multiply all food items by the number of expected days. Hydration is just as critical as proper fuel, if not more. I prefer using electrolyte supplements like Nuun tablets in my water bottle. 5) IT’S PERSONAL: The best person to tell you what to bring on a mountain bowhunt is you. Make your list your own and don’t be afraid to include or banish any items you see fit.

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Adam Foss packs out a heavy load after a successful hunt in British Columbia. PHOTO: STEVEN DRAKE

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ANNUAL

| PRO TIPS |

WHAT’S IN THE PACK? By: ADAM FOSS

As backpack bowhunters, our obsession with gear will always remain borderline fanatical. Whether packing for the hunt of a lifetime or just a weekend trip, being prepared can make the difference between cutting a tag and going home empty handed. The correct gear choices will keep you more comfortable, hunting harder and could even save your life. So here are my tips and a basic pack list. My goal is to shed some light on what’s worked for me in the past and help others get thinking about how to dial in a system that works for them. Keep in mind that a pack list can never be written in stone. I’m always learning from other knowledgeable hunters and ultralight backpackers, so even with all the agonizing analysis - pouring over specs, calories-per-ounce and warmth-to-weight ratios - my list is always in flux.

5 GEAR TIPS FOR BETTER BACKPACK BOWHUNTING 1) LESS IS MORE: You’ve heard that “ounces make pounds,” but truly keep this mantra in the back of your mind when developing your mountain hunting gear list. Scrutinize everything. Apart from emergency gear, items should get used nearly every day. 2) DOUBLE DUTY: Lightweight, packable items that have more than one use should earn a coveted spot in your pack over items that don’t. The more items that serve double duty, the more value they bring to the comfort and success of your hunt. 3) PACK SMART: Items should be positioned in your pack efficiently. For example, I try to keep my rain jacket rolled in its hood, and lightweight, “puffy” insulation layers stuffed into their own sleeve when not in use. That way, they take up less space and can be quickly deployed when an afternoon rainstorm hits or you cool off on a glassing break. 4) NUTRITION, NUTRITION, NUTRITION: This is probably the hardest lesson I’ve learned in the field, and I hope you don’t have to. A good rule of thumb is that if doesn’t contain 160 calories/oz., leave it at home. Of course, every rule is meant to be broken, which comes to be true in the form of freeze fried meals or quick burning items like Clif Shot Blocks. Included is all the food I’d bring for one full day in the mountain. For extended trips, I’d simply multiply all food items by the number of expected days. Hydration is just as critical as proper fuel, if not more. I prefer using electrolyte supplements like Nuun tablets in my water bottle. 5) IT’S PERSONAL: The best person to tell you what to bring on a mountain bowhunt is you. Make your list your own and don’t be afraid to include or banish any items you see fit.

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Adam Foss packs out a heavy load after a successful hunt in British Columbia. PHOTO: STEVEN DRAKE

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FOOTWEAR

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ARCHERY EQUIPMENT

Outdoor Research Crocodile Gaiter | Crocs (super lightweight and perfect for river crossings and kicking around camp) | La Sportiva Trango Cube GTX Custom camo string, sight and quiver cover | Easton arrow tube w/custom camo cover sleeve + eight back up arrows Mathews Arrow Web HD Series Quiver | Mathews Halon 5 Carter Quickie Release | Orange fabric patch (for signaling/flagging a hunting partner on a stalk) | Grizz Targets travel target (a target and extra arrows confirms you’re still “on” if you bump your bow or take a fall)

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NUTRITION

Mountain House freeze dried meal | Clif Shot Block Oatmeal | Pro Bar Meal Replacement Bar | Cup-a-Soup Clif Shot Gel | Justin’s Peanut Butter | Clif Mojo Bar Nuun Active Hydration Tablets | Honey Stinger Organic Honey Waffle | Emergen-C Dietary Supplement | Tea bag Starbucks Via instant coffee ELECTRONICS

Garmin Oregon 600 | iPhone 6 | Delorme InReach 2-way Satellite Communicate | Goal Zero Venture 30 battery pack and phone charging cable | Black Diamond Storm Headlamp

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OPTICS

Slik Pro 634CF Carbon Fiber Tripod | Gitzo Series 1 Two Way Birding Head | Swarovski Binoculars (15x56 SLC pictured) I’ll bring 8.5x42, 10x50 or 15x56 depending on the hunt | Outdoorsmans Binocular Adapter | Leupold RX-1200i TBR rangefinder (angle compensation a must for long, steep shots encountered while mountain hunting) Swarovski ATX 30-70x95 Spotting Scope

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GSI Outdoors folding spork | Silicon pot gripper | Snow Peak GigaPower Stove

CLOTHING

Sitka Dewpoint Rain Jacket and Pant (all rolled into jacket hood) | Sitka Jetstream Jacket (rolled into hood) | Sitka Core Heavyweight Hoody (rolled into hood) | Sitka Ascent Pants Sitka Kelvin Down Ultralight Jacket (stuffed into sleeve) Sitka Merino Glove | Sitka Mountain Glove | Sitka Merino Beanie | Sitka Cap | Sitka Merino Zip-T | 2x pair of Darn Tough Socks (slide sock inside matching sock, rather than rolling to reduce bulk) | Sitka Merino underwear | Sitka Facemask COOKWARE

GSI Outdoors Halulite Minimalist Pot/Mug | 110g MSR Fuel canister | Sea to Summit X-Mug

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sleeping pads, gear and small cuts) | SMC Gear 100cm Capra Ice Axe | Black Diamond Traverse Ski Pole | Outdoor Research Bug net | Snow Peak Ultralight Umbrella Helinox Chair

ESSENTIALS

Wet Ones + toilet paper | Hunting licenses/tags Parachute cord | Extra broadheads | Allen keys | Gerber Gator Premium Folder Clip Point | Gerber Vital Pocket Folder + replacement blades | Lighter + emergency fire starter | 2x AA batteries (for GPS and headlamp) | CR2 battery (for rangefinder) | Toiletries (toothbrush, toothpaste, floss, contact lenses) | SOL Emergency Bivy | 3x dry bags (S, M, L sizes) | 3L Platypus hydration bladder | QuikClot, Band-Aids, Cold/Flu Medicine and superglue (patching

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PACK & SLEEP SYSTEM

Sitka Waterproof Pack Cover | Stone Glacier Sky Archer 6200 | Hilleberg Tarp 5 (works as shelter and aids in keeping meat clean when game processing) | Cocoon Camp Pillow Therm-a-Rest NeoAir XTherm Sleeping Pad | Hilleberg Enan 1-person tent | Valandre Mirage 23F Sleeping Bag in Granite Gear compression sac | Sitting pad (Therm-a-Rest Ridge Rest sleeping pad cut in half)


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A D A M ’ S G E A R L I S T: 1

FOOTWEAR

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ARCHERY EQUIPMENT

Outdoor Research Crocodile Gaiter | Crocs (super lightweight and perfect for river crossings and kicking around camp) | La Sportiva Trango Cube GTX Custom camo string, sight and quiver cover | Easton arrow tube w/custom camo cover sleeve + eight back up arrows Mathews Arrow Web HD Series Quiver | Mathews Halon 5 Carter Quickie Release | Orange fabric patch (for signaling/flagging a hunting partner on a stalk) | Grizz Targets travel target (a target and extra arrows confirms you’re still “on” if you bump your bow or take a fall)

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NUTRITION

Mountain House freeze dried meal | Clif Shot Block Oatmeal | Pro Bar Meal Replacement Bar | Cup-a-Soup Clif Shot Gel | Justin’s Peanut Butter | Clif Mojo Bar Nuun Active Hydration Tablets | Honey Stinger Organic Honey Waffle | Emergen-C Dietary Supplement | Tea bag Starbucks Via instant coffee ELECTRONICS

Garmin Oregon 600 | iPhone 6 | Delorme InReach 2-way Satellite Communicate | Goal Zero Venture 30 battery pack and phone charging cable | Black Diamond Storm Headlamp

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OPTICS

Slik Pro 634CF Carbon Fiber Tripod | Gitzo Series 1 Two Way Birding Head | Swarovski Binoculars (15x56 SLC pictured) I’ll bring 8.5x42, 10x50 or 15x56 depending on the hunt | Outdoorsmans Binocular Adapter | Leupold RX-1200i TBR rangefinder (angle compensation a must for long, steep shots encountered while mountain hunting) Swarovski ATX 30-70x95 Spotting Scope

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GSI Outdoors folding spork | Silicon pot gripper | Snow Peak GigaPower Stove

CLOTHING

Sitka Dewpoint Rain Jacket and Pant (all rolled into jacket hood) | Sitka Jetstream Jacket (rolled into hood) | Sitka Core Heavyweight Hoody (rolled into hood) | Sitka Ascent Pants Sitka Kelvin Down Ultralight Jacket (stuffed into sleeve) Sitka Merino Glove | Sitka Mountain Glove | Sitka Merino Beanie | Sitka Cap | Sitka Merino Zip-T | 2x pair of Darn Tough Socks (slide sock inside matching sock, rather than rolling to reduce bulk) | Sitka Merino underwear | Sitka Facemask COOKWARE

GSI Outdoors Halulite Minimalist Pot/Mug | 110g MSR Fuel canister | Sea to Summit X-Mug

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sleeping pads, gear and small cuts) | SMC Gear 100cm Capra Ice Axe | Black Diamond Traverse Ski Pole | Outdoor Research Bug net | Snow Peak Ultralight Umbrella Helinox Chair

ESSENTIALS

Wet Ones + toilet paper | Hunting licenses/tags Parachute cord | Extra broadheads | Allen keys | Gerber Gator Premium Folder Clip Point | Gerber Vital Pocket Folder + replacement blades | Lighter + emergency fire starter | 2x AA batteries (for GPS and headlamp) | CR2 battery (for rangefinder) | Toiletries (toothbrush, toothpaste, floss, contact lenses) | SOL Emergency Bivy | 3x dry bags (S, M, L sizes) | 3L Platypus hydration bladder | QuikClot, Band-Aids, Cold/Flu Medicine and superglue (patching

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PACK & SLEEP SYSTEM

Sitka Waterproof Pack Cover | Stone Glacier Sky Archer 6200 | Hilleberg Tarp 5 (works as shelter and aids in keeping meat clean when game processing) | Cocoon Camp Pillow Therm-a-Rest NeoAir XTherm Sleeping Pad | Hilleberg Enan 1-person tent | Valandre Mirage 23F Sleeping Bag in Granite Gear compression sac | Sitting pad (Therm-a-Rest Ridge Rest sleeping pad cut in half)


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M AT H E W S A P PA R E L

Arriving early 2016 - All new Mathews apparel. MATHEWSINC.COM / APPAREL


ANNUAL ACCESSORIES | APPAREL

M AT H E W S A P PA R E L

Arriving early 2016 - All new Mathews apparel. MATHEWSINC.COM / APPAREL


COMPETITION BOWS Henry Bass finding the ‘X’ in Vegas. PHOTO: BRAD CHRISTIAN


COMPETITION BOWS Henry Bass finding the ‘X’ in Vegas. PHOTO: BRAD CHRISTIAN


ANNUAL BOWS | COMPETITION

TRG 7 & 8

CONQUEST 4

HALON X PRO

CHILL X

IBO RATING up to 321 FPS

TRG 7

IBO RATING up to 310 FPS

IBO RATING up to 330 FPS @ 75%

IBO RATING up to 336 FPS @ 75%

311 FPS

TRG 8

PHYSICAL WEIGHT 5.28 lbs. TRG 7 5.31 lbs.

TRG 8

AXLE-TO-AXLE 41" PHYSICAL WEIGHT 4.4 lbs. BRACE HEIGHT 7" LET-OFF 60, 65 & 80%

LET-OFF 65 OR 75%

DRAW WEIGHTS 40 - 70 lbs.

DRAW WEIGHTS 40, 50, 60, 70 & 80 lbs.

DRAW LENGTHS 28 - 32" MAXCAM™ 65 or 80% LET-OFF

27 - 32"

TRG 8

TRG 7

27.5 - 31.5"

TRG 8

PHYSICAL WEIGHT 4.94 lbs.*

24 - 29"

MINI MAXCAM™ 65% LET-OFF

28 - 32"

SUPER SOFTCAM™ 60% LET-OFF

BRACE HEIGHT 7"

DRAW LENGTHS 25 - 31"

DRAW LENGTHS 26 - 30.5"

HALF-SIZES 25.5 - 30.5"

HALF-SIZES 26.5 - 30.5"

CAM AVS® DYAD™ MSRP $1,099

MSRP $1,399

CAM ——

PHYSICAL WEIGHT 4.23 lbs.

DRAW WEIGHTS 50, 60 & 70 lbs.

DRAW WEIGHTS 50, 60 & 70 lbs.

CAM MINI CROSSCENTRIC™

BASE MSRP $1,099

AXLE-TO-AXLE 35"

LET-OFF 75 or 85%

LET-OFF 75% or 85%

HALF-SIZES 25.5 - 30.5"

HALF-SIZES 26.5 - 30.5"

FPS @ 85%

AXLE-TO-AXLE 35"

BRACE HEIGHT 7"

BRACE HEIGHT 7 OR 8" (7 SHOWN HERE)

DRAW LENGTHS 26 - 31" TRG 7

up to 328

Specifications:

AXLE-TO-AXLE 38"

Specifications:

up to

®

Specifications:

Specifications:

All specifications approximate. All specifications approximate.

BASE MSRP $1,799

*Physical weights are without Harmonic Dampers.

BOW HIGHLIGHTS:

BOW HIGHLIGHTS:

BOW HIGHLIGHTS:

BOW HIGHLIGHTS:

In addition to NO CAM ST™ Technology, the NO CAM™ TRG features a less reflexed riser with new cut-outs for added strength and stability. Twin Harmonic Stabilizers™ are also tuned to the system. It’s available in 7 and 8 inch brace heights and three exclusive finishes. RockMods™ provide a solid back wall and further customization in terms of let-off (65% or 75%).

Fom Vegas, World Cups, IBO World Championships and ASA Classics, this Solocam® target bow has accompanied many Pros to the top of the podium. It features a perimeter-weighted Conquest® 4 Max Cam,™ Harmonic Dampers,™ V-Lock™ Limb Cups, a Carbon Cable Rod, a fully machined Aeroriser and a sleek integral grip.

The new HALON™ X PRO crossover bow is built to perform in the field or on the range. Measuring 35" axle to axle, the HALON™ X PRO features the new perimeter-weighted Mini Crosscentric™ Cam system that generates speeds up to 330 fps.

This super-stable hybrid bow is optimized for both hunting and 3D target archery. RockMods™ provide a rock-solid back wall for enhanced accuracy.

Comes standard in Black. Red and Blue also available.

Comes standard in Black. Red Smoke, Orange Smoke and Blue Smoke also available.

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Comes standard in Lost Camo.® Black & Desert Tactical also available.

Comes standard in Anodized Black.

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ANNUAL BOWS | COMPETITION

TRG 7 & 8

CONQUEST 4

HALON X PRO

CHILL X

IBO RATING up to 321 FPS

TRG 7

IBO RATING up to 310 FPS

IBO RATING up to 330 FPS @ 75%

IBO RATING up to 336 FPS @ 75%

311 FPS

TRG 8

PHYSICAL WEIGHT 5.28 lbs. TRG 7 5.31 lbs.

TRG 8

AXLE-TO-AXLE 41" PHYSICAL WEIGHT 4.4 lbs. BRACE HEIGHT 7" LET-OFF 60, 65 & 80%

LET-OFF 65 OR 75%

DRAW WEIGHTS 40 - 70 lbs.

DRAW WEIGHTS 40, 50, 60, 70 & 80 lbs.

DRAW LENGTHS 28 - 32" MAXCAM™ 65 or 80% LET-OFF

27 - 32"

TRG 8

TRG 7

27.5 - 31.5"

TRG 8

PHYSICAL WEIGHT 4.94 lbs.*

24 - 29"

MINI MAXCAM™ 65% LET-OFF

28 - 32"

SUPER SOFTCAM™ 60% LET-OFF

BRACE HEIGHT 7"

DRAW LENGTHS 25 - 31"

DRAW LENGTHS 26 - 30.5"

HALF-SIZES 25.5 - 30.5"

HALF-SIZES 26.5 - 30.5"

CAM AVS® DYAD™ MSRP $1,099

MSRP $1,399

CAM ——

PHYSICAL WEIGHT 4.23 lbs.

DRAW WEIGHTS 50, 60 & 70 lbs.

DRAW WEIGHTS 50, 60 & 70 lbs.

CAM MINI CROSSCENTRIC™

BASE MSRP $1,099

AXLE-TO-AXLE 35"

LET-OFF 75 or 85%

LET-OFF 75% or 85%

HALF-SIZES 25.5 - 30.5"

HALF-SIZES 26.5 - 30.5"

FPS @ 85%

AXLE-TO-AXLE 35"

BRACE HEIGHT 7"

BRACE HEIGHT 7 OR 8" (7 SHOWN HERE)

DRAW LENGTHS 26 - 31" TRG 7

up to 328

Specifications:

AXLE-TO-AXLE 38"

Specifications:

up to

®

Specifications:

Specifications:

All specifications approximate. All specifications approximate.

BASE MSRP $1,799

*Physical weights are without Harmonic Dampers.

BOW HIGHLIGHTS:

BOW HIGHLIGHTS:

BOW HIGHLIGHTS:

BOW HIGHLIGHTS:

In addition to NO CAM ST™ Technology, the NO CAM™ TRG features a less reflexed riser with new cut-outs for added strength and stability. Twin Harmonic Stabilizers™ are also tuned to the system. It’s available in 7 and 8 inch brace heights and three exclusive finishes. RockMods™ provide a solid back wall and further customization in terms of let-off (65% or 75%).

Fom Vegas, World Cups, IBO World Championships and ASA Classics, this Solocam® target bow has accompanied many Pros to the top of the podium. It features a perimeter-weighted Conquest® 4 Max Cam,™ Harmonic Dampers,™ V-Lock™ Limb Cups, a Carbon Cable Rod, a fully machined Aeroriser and a sleek integral grip.

The new HALON™ X PRO crossover bow is built to perform in the field or on the range. Measuring 35" axle to axle, the HALON™ X PRO features the new perimeter-weighted Mini Crosscentric™ Cam system that generates speeds up to 330 fps.

This super-stable hybrid bow is optimized for both hunting and 3D target archery. RockMods™ provide a rock-solid back wall for enhanced accuracy.

Comes standard in Black. Red and Blue also available.

Comes standard in Black. Red Smoke, Orange Smoke and Blue Smoke also available.

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Comes standard in Lost Camo.® Black & Desert Tactical also available.

Comes standard in Anodized Black.

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At age 20, Alex Wifler becomes the youngest shooter to win Vegas. PHOTO: BRAD CHRISTIAN

Dahlia Crook and Braden Gellenthien celebrating another solid round. PHOTO: CHRIS HOOD

TARGET PROS Archery Ink. Mathews Pro Dillion Sether wearing his passion on his sleeve. PHOTO: CHRIS HOOD

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At age 20, Alex Wifler becomes the youngest shooter to win Vegas. PHOTO: BRAD CHRISTIAN

Dahlia Crook and Braden Gellenthien celebrating another solid round. PHOTO: CHRIS HOOD

TARGET PROS Archery Ink. Mathews Pro Dillion Sether wearing his passion on his sleeve. PHOTO: CHRIS HOOD

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2015

WINS

3

1

4

11

13

12

14

2

1

ALEX WIFLER The Vegas Shoot

2

SARAH PRIEELS The Vegas Shoot European Indoor Championship

3

SARAH LANCE Iowa Pro Am NFAA First Dakota Classic

4

ART BROWN ASA Pro Am Florida ASA Pro Am Alabama IBO National Triple Crown, 3rd Leg IBO World Championship

5

TOM CROWE ASA Classic Alabama ASA Pro Am Texas ASA Pro Am Alabama

6

ALLAN RUDDOCK Redding Trail Shoot NFAA First Dakota Classic

7

ANDY DOSS ASA Pro Am Kentucky

8

TIPTON COOK IBO Winter Nationals

9

KAITLYN PRICE IBO Spring Nationals

10

5

JACKIE WHITE NFAA Indoor National Championship

12

TOMMY GOMEZ ASA Pro Am Kentucky NFAA Indoor National Championship

13

TOJA CERNE SO CAL Showdown

14

SHARON CARPENTER ASA Pro Am Florida

For the complete listing of Mathews Pro Staff bios and highlights visit mathewsinc.com.

15

CRYSTAL GAUVIN NFAA Target Nationals

SHOOT RESULTS FOR THE PAST 10 YEARS

16

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2015 CHAMPIONS Here are the Team Mathews champions for the 2015 tournament season.

WINS:

7

TOP 3:

TOP 5:

TOP 10:

MATHEWS = 270

MATHEWS = 827

MATHEWS = 1387

MATHEWS = 2804

ALL OTHERS = 115

ALL OTHERS = 324

ALL OTHERS = 536

ALL OTHERS = 1021

8

9

BRADEN GELLENTHIEN World Indoor Challenge Cup SO CAL Showdown NAA Indoor National Championship

17

KAILEY JOHNSTON ASA Pro Am Alabama ASA Pro Am Kentucky IBO National Triple Crown, 2nd Leg ASA Pro Am Alabama

18

DANIELLE REYNOLDS NAA Indoor National Championship Lancaster Classic

19

DUANE PRICE Senior Pro ASA Shooter Of The Year

10

20

18

CARL ADKINS ASA Pro Am Alabama

11

6

17

DAN MCCARTHY ASA Classic ASA Pro Am Texas

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2015

WINS

3

1

4

11

13

12

14

2

1

ALEX WIFLER The Vegas Shoot

2

SARAH PRIEELS The Vegas Shoot European Indoor Championship

3

SARAH LANCE Iowa Pro Am NFAA First Dakota Classic

4

ART BROWN ASA Pro Am Florida ASA Pro Am Alabama IBO National Triple Crown, 3rd Leg IBO World Championship

5

TOM CROWE ASA Classic Alabama ASA Pro Am Texas ASA Pro Am Alabama

6

ALLAN RUDDOCK Redding Trail Shoot NFAA First Dakota Classic

7

ANDY DOSS ASA Pro Am Kentucky

8

TIPTON COOK IBO Winter Nationals

9

KAITLYN PRICE IBO Spring Nationals

10

5

JACKIE WHITE NFAA Indoor National Championship

12

TOMMY GOMEZ ASA Pro Am Kentucky NFAA Indoor National Championship

13

TOJA CERNE SO CAL Showdown

14

SHARON CARPENTER ASA Pro Am Florida

For the complete listing of Mathews Pro Staff bios and highlights visit mathewsinc.com.

15

CRYSTAL GAUVIN NFAA Target Nationals

SHOOT RESULTS FOR THE PAST 10 YEARS

16

15 16

2015 CHAMPIONS Here are the Team Mathews champions for the 2015 tournament season.

WINS:

7

TOP 3:

TOP 5:

TOP 10:

MATHEWS = 270

MATHEWS = 827

MATHEWS = 1387

MATHEWS = 2804

ALL OTHERS = 115

ALL OTHERS = 324

ALL OTHERS = 536

ALL OTHERS = 1021

8

9

BRADEN GELLENTHIEN World Indoor Challenge Cup SO CAL Showdown NAA Indoor National Championship

17

KAILEY JOHNSTON ASA Pro Am Alabama ASA Pro Am Kentucky IBO National Triple Crown, 2nd Leg ASA Pro Am Alabama

18

DANIELLE REYNOLDS NAA Indoor National Championship Lancaster Classic

19

DUANE PRICE Senior Pro ASA Shooter Of The Year

10

20

18

CARL ADKINS ASA Pro Am Alabama

11

6

17

DAN MCCARTHY ASA Classic ASA Pro Am Texas

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HUNTING PROS Commitment never rests.

BOWHUNTER: LEE LAKOSKY | PHOTO: BRAD CHRISTIAN


HUNTING PROS Commitment never rests.

BOWHUNTER: LEE LAKOSKY | PHOTO: BRAD CHRISTIAN


Per his mom, Keedin Denny (Life at Table Mountain) has five more antelope hides to cape before he is allowed to work on a client’s animal. PHOTO: BRAD CHRISTIAN

LEE LAKOSKY

JASON SEBO

I WHITETAIL SLAM

NICOLE REEVE

I THE CRUSH

JON BRUNSON

TIFFANY LAKOSKY

I THE CRUSH

I ADDICTED TO THE OUTDOORS

I DRIVEN TV

PAT REEVE

I DRIVEN TV

JANA WALLER

RICK CARONE

TIM ROLLER

I SKULL BOUND

I SHEEP SHAPE

I WHITETAIL JOURNEY

PHIL PHILLIPS

WADE LONG

I UNLEASHED

I DOMINANT BUCKS

LEIGH CREEKBAUM

I THE CHASE

TOM MIRANDA TERRITORIES WILD & ADVENTURE BOWHUNTER

STAN POTTS NORTH AMERICAN WHITETAIL

Justin Olk scanning the mountaintops for tahr in New Zealand. PHOTO: CHRIS HOOD

TIM WELLS

JUSTIN MARTIN

I RELENTLESS PURSUIT

I BLITZ TV

WILL PRIMOS

JIMMY SITES SPIRITUAL OUTDOOR ADVENTURES

NATE HOSIE

TRENT COLE

I DOWN SOUTH

GREG MILLER

I THE HUNT

TED NUGENT SPIRIT OF THE WILD

I TRUTH ABOUT HUNTING

I HEADHUNTERS

ANGIE, KEEDIN & SCOTT DENNY LIFE AT TABLE MOUNTAIN

KANDI KISKY

I WHITETAIL FREAKS

RANDY BIRDSONG HEADHUNTERS TV


Per his mom, Keedin Denny (Life at Table Mountain) has five more antelope hides to cape before he is allowed to work on a client’s animal. PHOTO: BRAD CHRISTIAN

LEE LAKOSKY

JASON SEBO

I WHITETAIL SLAM

NICOLE REEVE

I THE CRUSH

JON BRUNSON

TIFFANY LAKOSKY

I THE CRUSH

I ADDICTED TO THE OUTDOORS

I DRIVEN TV

PAT REEVE

I DRIVEN TV

JANA WALLER

RICK CARONE

TIM ROLLER

I SKULL BOUND

I SHEEP SHAPE

I WHITETAIL JOURNEY

PHIL PHILLIPS

WADE LONG

I UNLEASHED

I DOMINANT BUCKS

LEIGH CREEKBAUM

I THE CHASE

TOM MIRANDA TERRITORIES WILD & ADVENTURE BOWHUNTER

STAN POTTS NORTH AMERICAN WHITETAIL

Justin Olk scanning the mountaintops for tahr in New Zealand. PHOTO: CHRIS HOOD

TIM WELLS

JUSTIN MARTIN

I RELENTLESS PURSUIT

I BLITZ TV

WILL PRIMOS

JIMMY SITES SPIRITUAL OUTDOOR ADVENTURES

NATE HOSIE

TRENT COLE

I DOWN SOUTH

GREG MILLER

I THE HUNT

TED NUGENT SPIRIT OF THE WILD

I TRUTH ABOUT HUNTING

I HEADHUNTERS

ANGIE, KEEDIN & SCOTT DENNY LIFE AT TABLE MOUNTAIN

KANDI KISKY

I WHITETAIL FREAKS

RANDY BIRDSONG HEADHUNTERS TV


ANNUAL HUNTING PROS

BILL McCALL

I FULL DRAW ADVENTURES

BOB RICHARDSON

I MOST WANTED

LARRY WOOWARD

I MOST WANTED

BLAKE GARRET

I FULL DRAW ADVENTURES

AL KRAUS

GINA BRUNSON

I ADDICTED TO THE OUTDOORS

The Western Hunter’s Kyle Johnson glassing some elevation during a coues hunt in Arizona. PHOTO: BRAD CHRISTIAN

CURT WELLS

JASON ALDEAN

DARREN COLLINS

DON KISKY

NATE SIMMONS

I WHITETAIL FREAKS

JUSTIN OLK

RYAN LANGERHANS

ADAM LAROCHE

I WESTERN HUNTER

I DREAMPOINT

MELISSA BACHMANN

WILLIE ROBERTSON

LUKE BRYAN

I BOWHUNTER TV

BRITTANY GLAZE

I DESTINATION WHITETAIL

DAN SCHMIDT DEER & DEER HUNTING

GREG RITZ

I HUNTMASTERS

TOMBO MARTIN

BUCK COMMANDER

I DEADLY PASSION

DAN PICKAR

JACKIE BUSHMAN

I BUCKMASTERS

I EASTMAN’S BOWHUNTING

MATT BUSBICE

I WILDGAME NATION

Tiffany Lakosky and Mattie May preparing for shed season. PHOTO: BRETT SENG


ANNUAL HUNTING PROS

BILL McCALL

I FULL DRAW ADVENTURES

BOB RICHARDSON

I MOST WANTED

LARRY WOOWARD

I MOST WANTED

BLAKE GARRET

I FULL DRAW ADVENTURES

AL KRAUS

GINA BRUNSON

I ADDICTED TO THE OUTDOORS

The Western Hunter’s Kyle Johnson glassing some elevation during a coues hunt in Arizona. PHOTO: BRAD CHRISTIAN

CURT WELLS

JASON ALDEAN

DARREN COLLINS

DON KISKY

NATE SIMMONS

I WHITETAIL FREAKS

JUSTIN OLK

RYAN LANGERHANS

ADAM LAROCHE

I WESTERN HUNTER

I DREAMPOINT

MELISSA BACHMANN

WILLIE ROBERTSON

LUKE BRYAN

I BOWHUNTER TV

BRITTANY GLAZE

I DESTINATION WHITETAIL

DAN SCHMIDT DEER & DEER HUNTING

GREG RITZ

I HUNTMASTERS

TOMBO MARTIN

BUCK COMMANDER

I DEADLY PASSION

DAN PICKAR

JACKIE BUSHMAN

I BUCKMASTERS

I EASTMAN’S BOWHUNTING

MATT BUSBICE

I WILDGAME NATION

Tiffany Lakosky and Mattie May preparing for shed season. PHOTO: BRETT SENG


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