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Date Submitted: 6/18/2009
Filed Under: pine ridge archery
Another doe feels the "Rage" of Team Pine Ridge Archery in Southern Illinois.
Team Pine Ridge Archery - Doe Rage #2
Another doe feels the "Rage" of Team Pine Ridge Archery in Southern Illinois.

Date Submitted: 11/2/2007
Filed Under: pine ridge archery
Team Pine Ridge Archery takes a big doe while filming with the Pro-Bow-Cam Camera Support at the 2007 Campbell Outdoor Challenge.
Team Pine Ridge Archery - Doe Rage #1
Team Pine Ridge Archery takes a big doe while filming with the Pro-Bow-Cam Camera Support at the 2007 Campbell Outdoor Challenge.

Date Submitted: 11/2/2007
Filed Under: pine ridge archery
An exciting hunt in Southern Illinois results in Jim Broberg harvesting one of the largest whitetails of his life.  Check it out!
150" Buck Harvest
An exciting hunt in Southern Illinois results in Jim Broberg harvesting one of the largest whitetails of his life. Check it out!

Date Submitted: 9/17/2007
Filed Under: pine ridge archery
This small buck was filmed while Jim Boberg (hunter) and Brian Bychowski (cameraman) were hunting at Campbell’s Illinois Whitetails in 2006.  Not a bruiser, but cool to see him work this little tree over.  The guys had a Wick Stik Scent System staked in the ground about 8 feet from this buck.
Young Buck Rubbing a Tree
This small buck was filmed while Jim Boberg (hunter) and Brian Bychowski (cameraman) were hunting at Campbell’s Illinois Whitetails in 2006. Not a bruiser, but cool to see him work this little tree over. The guys had a Wick Stik Scent System staked in the ground about 8 feet from this buck.

Date Submitted: 9/11/2007
Filed Under: pine ridge archery
Jim Broberg takes a shot from a Lone Wolf Climber that was about 30 feet up.  However, the ground dipped down where the doe was another 10 feet.  This was a tough angle for a shot and Jim goes right over her back.
Not as Easy as it Looks
Jim Broberg takes a shot from a Lone Wolf Climber that was about 30 feet up. However, the ground dipped down where the doe was another 10 feet. This was a tough angle for a shot and Jim goes right over her back.

Date Submitted: 9/11/2007
Filed Under: pine ridge archery
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