EVERYBODY NEEDS A PEEP
Most bowhunters want to be extremely accurate in the field and on the range. The problem is many bowhunters don’t always do everything in their power to ensure they are very accurate. From only shooting field tips when practicing to only practicing at 20
ATA & Mathews Show Big Success for Pine Ridge Archery
2013 is off to a great start here at Pine Ridge Archery. In December, we introduced our new product line at the Mathews Archery Retailer Show. Hundreds of dealers, members of the media, and Mathews staff got to see some of our latest and greatest archery
Nitro Stabilizer Review by: Gary Elliott
Designed with a solid core, “Shock-Blades” and a “Stackable” weight system this stabilizer can accommodate any archer. If you like a heavier stabilizer you can add weights and if you want a certain color scheme of interchangeable “Nitro-Rings” then yo
SUMMER TIME FEEDING BY: TRACY BREEN
If you haven’t put a scouting camera out yet, don’t wait any longer! According to Jim Ward from Jim Ward’s Whitetail Academy, now is the best time of year to put a camera out if you want to see bucks growing their horns. “Typically, bucks have more antl
Everyone Needs a Peep Sight
If you have ever attended an archery tournament and watched a few of the pro shooters compete, you will likely notice one thing. They all use a peep sight. At a national tournament that brings out the best of the best shooters, it isn’t uncommon to have h
How To Videos
We are happy to announce a new round of "How To" videos in our Tech Tips area of our website. These are very helpful in learning the proper way to use or install various Pine Ridge Archery products on your bow.
Huge New Product Launch for 2012
Pine Ridge Archery recently introduced dozens of new products at the Mathews Archery Retailer Show in Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin. The response to these cutting edge products has been overwhelming. “Our booth at the Mathews show was constantly full...
When bowhunting, it is typically the first shot that counts. On rare occasions, hunters might get a second shot or even a third but 99.9% of the time the first shot is the money shot. Unfortunately, many bowhunters practice as if the sixth or seventh shot
HAY BALE BLIND
Recently we set up our two new Hay Bale Blinds and we are super excited. The two fields we chose were picked because we do not have good trees to get in and the trail cameras showed how these deer cut across the fields.
CRABAPPLE FOOD PLOTS
When most people think about food plots, the first thing they think of is green clover fields. The truth is there are plenty of options available. Sometimes the key to food plot success relies on your ability to find that certain treat that deer might be
PINE RIDGE ARCHERY - TALK OF THE ATA SHOW
Pine Ridge Archery is proud to be included in the Inside Archery "Talk of the Show" editorial in a recent Inside Archery issue. Click here to read the article and see what is new in the archery industry (look on page 6 of the PDF for Pine Ridge Archery).
SEASON WRAP UP
By: Jim Broberg
With Spring coming into view, I feel the need to reflect on my 2010 hunting season. This is my way of learning from the situations and observations I had last season and finding ways to apply them to my next season.
CODY'S FIRST SHED
By: Jim Broberg
I went shed hunting with my yellow lab Cody last weekend. After about a half hour of walking, Cody found his first shed! It was a nice 5 point and he was so proud. I tried to take it and carry it for him, but he did not want t
GIVE YOUR BOW A FACELIFT BY TRACY BREEN
Let’s face it: new bows can be very expensive. By the time you invest in a new bow, a quiver, a sight, rest and all the gadgets you need, you can easily spend $1,000 or more. In today’s poor economy, many of us don’t have much extra cash to spend on a new
Most bowhunters dream of hunting in some far away place where big bucks are behind every tree. The problem is guided big buck hunts can cost a small fortune and the chance of success is often small. Consider this statistic: about one out of three bowhunte
BIG BEAR DOWN
By: Jim Broberg
After 7 years of applying for a Wisconsin bear tag, I was finally awarded a tag for my unit in NW Wisconsin. On this hunt, my nephew David Bakken came along to run "the big camera" while I filmed with the small home camera mounted
LOADED FOR BEAR
By: Jim Broberg:
It has been a long hot summer and the last few mornings have been in the low 50's which have made me feel alive! I leave on my first bear black bear hunt in Wisconsin on September 7th. It took me 7 long years to draw a tag. I have a
Checking the cameras on one of our leases has been more exciting than ever so far this year. Take a look at the recent additions to our group.
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TARGET RICH ENVIRONMENT
If it is a trophy buck to you...and you want to put it on the wall...shoot it! That has been our creed for the past 3 years or so and it is paying off. In addition to planting a lot of food plots, this has helped us to manage the smaller bucks allowing
THE OTHER FOOD PLOT
When bowhunters think about food plots, most instantly think about fields full of green clover or a field full of corn or sugar beets. There is another kind of food plot that doesn’t get discussed often that is as just as effective at drawing deer in from