An Interview with Brad Christian, Brand & Content Manager of Mathews Archery

www.mathewsinc.com There are some companies that need no introduction, and unless you’ve never even looked at a bow in your life Mathews is one of those companies. In an age of apps, smartphones, and constant

Building Bombproof Knees, By Bryce Tang, Physiotherapist

The knee is the largest joint in the body and acts as the link between the upper and lower leg enabling you to transfer power from the big powerful muscles in the hips and butt,

An Interview with Eric Frohardt, CEO of Strong First

www.strongfirst.com The fitness world is rife with fads, lousy advice and near useless products that profess to achieve maximum results with minimal time and effort. In the vast majority of cases the person, product or

Bulletproofing Your Feet

They are without question the most complex piece of “equipment” you own and arguably the most important if you’re an avid mountain hunter. Each foot has 26 bones, 33 joints and over 100 hundred ligaments,

Release The Hounds, By Ryan Berard, Houndsman & Guide Outfitter

So you’ve seen pictures of big mountain lions and heard stories about chasing a pack of cougar hounds through the mountains and canyons of the west and you think you’d like to try it. Or

An Interview with South Cox, Owner of Stalker Stickbows

www.stalkerstickbows.com Leafing through the pages of Traditional Bowhunter, you could easily swap out the dates from today to twenty years ago and not notice an obvious difference between the images and content covered then and

Science Behind Keeping Records, By Justin Sprigg

www.boone-crockett.org Boone and Crockett Club’s records-keeping system dates back to 1949 when a Boone and Crockett Club committee was tasked with developing a scoring method to rank North American trophies. Prior to that, trophies were

An Interview with Peter Muennich, President and Founder of The Rocky Mountain Goat Alliance

www.goatalliance.org The mountain hunting is community is dominated by the wild sheep of the world. Hunters travel the globe in search of mature rams, spending exorbitant sums to chase these monarchs of the mountains and

An Interview with Jason Hairston

We live in an era of incredible change. What’s new becomes obsolete so quickly it can be near impossible to stay current with the most recent developments in a given product category or industry. The

An Interview With Jim Shockey

www.jimshockey.com The term legend is not one we throw around loosely at the JOMH but in this case it’s the only applicable description of our interviewee. Part Thoreau, part Indiana Jones and pure hunter Jim