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  • Catawba County buck, harvested 11/29/14 at 17:30 hrs using a CVA Optima .50 cal black powder rifle, 150 gr powder with 295 gr Powerbelt HP bullet; shot at 50 yds, ran 30 yds. 9 points with 10th nub, 19' spread, 7 1/2' G2s, 8' G3s, 19' spread.
    John E. Latz, M.D.
    Catawba, NC 28609

    November 30, 2014 at 8:46am

    Headed out for my first archery boar hunt. Am using a Mathews Z7 Extreme bow with carbon Warrior arrows. Have had multiple recs about broadheads - mechanical or fixed, and different brands suggested. Any input/advice on this, as well as shot placement, would be appreciated.
    Thanks in advance,
    John Latz
    Mooresville, NC

    January 13, 2011 at 3:03pm

    Family of four boys looking for a hunting ease with emphasis on deer, possibly bear. Looking for something near home in Iredell County. Would consider Catawba/Lincoln/Wilkes counties as well. Professional, responsible hunters/family. Please contact John Latz, M.D. @ or call 7044-578-8045.

    November 27, 2010 at 12:23pm
    A comment titled: Montec G5 in response to a report titled: Need rec's for boar hunt

    My local shop over in China Grove loves the Montec G5 for boar, they taxidermy there and had a number of stories about mechanical failures so recommendned the Montec noting not a single dissatisfied customer. So, Montec it is. I'll post some photos if successful. Thanks for all the advice/tips.

    January 15, 2011 at 3:08pm
    A comment titled: Montec or Innerlock or NAP in response to a report titled: Need rec's for boar hunt

    Thanks for the feedback guys - I've heard very positive things about the Montec fixed broadhead and got some feedback about the Innerlock EXP mechanical - NAP has been mixed - on one hand a 2' cutting diameter but ?penetration with a blade that big.

    January 14, 2011 at 1:50pm
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