Levi Morgan Robbed | All Bow Hunting Gear Stolen!

Bow Hunting Gear Stolen!

Vicksburg, Mississippi January 2nd, 2018…one of my worst nightmares came true. After killing a stud of an old Mississippi river 8 point, Justin Zuzak and I were headed to Louisiana for another hunt. We woke up to an awful sight, the truck had been ripped apart and all of our bow hunting gear was missing!

There isn’t much you can do when you find all of your gear missing. First, we filed a report with the police and spoke with the hotel. We watched some of the footage from the security camera and found out the culprit was a white male in a newer grey Chevy truck. When he first appeared on camera he drove through the camera’s view with an empty truck bed. However, when he reentered view the truck bed was full of gear and what appeared to be our Bronc Box. After noticing this, the police took over and went to the surrounding hotels checking their footage to try and get a better view or possibly even a plate number.

With all of our bow hunting gear stolen, we ended up having to cut our trip short and start the drive home. Below is a full list of what was stolen out of the truck.

  • Bronc Box
  • My new 2018 Matthew’s Triax bow
  • Arrows
  • Stabilizers
  • Zeiss binoculars
  • Zeiss spotting scope
  • Various bow tools and accessories
  • Safety harnesses and lifelines
  • A tree stand and a set of climbing sticks
  • Justin’s Muck Artic Pro Boots
  • 2 Heater Body Suits
  • Kessler camera slider

We will keep you updated with any new developments. Hopefully, the police can find the gear or find out more information to chase it down! I’ve always trusted people too much…lesson learned I guess!

Levi Morgan’s Mathews Triax Bow Review

Mathews Triax Bow Review

Today I want to talk to you about what has been so exciting for us lately, the all new Mathews Triax™ bow. In this Mathews Triax™ bow review I will tell you the reasons why I feel Mathews absolutely hit it out of the park with this bow!


I have used this bow for several hunts. It has been tested with mountain hunts, whitetail hunts, and spot and stalk hunts, and the size of this bow is perfect for every scenario.  Now this bow is 28 inches axle-to-axle, which many of you might think is a short bow for someone with a long draw length like me. However, I have this bow at its maximum draw length and this bow works for me! I have sacrificed zero accuracy, and this is due to several reasons. The first is the Crosscentric Cam system, a very successful cam system requiring less human effort but still has the same power and same speed as a more aggressive cam system. This bow also features the new and improved harmonic 3D damping technology. Naturally the bow wants to wiggle left and right on the shot.  With the new technology however, the bow is almost completely dead in the hand without the addition of any stabilizers.

In my opinion Mathews hit it out of the park with the all new Triax™ bow, and you need to give one a try.