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Catquiver users....

2400 Views 21 Replies 18 Participants Last post by  Bowtech Freak
It looks like I'm going to be forced to use either a two piece quiver or some other version.

I shoot really long arrows so a two piece is not the most desirable choice.

I ran accross the Catquiver in a catalog but would love some honest feedback from hunters that have used them.

My hunting is 70% from climbing stands and 25% from ground blinds. I do a very small amount of stalking....tried some last year along the river banks for hogs.

How does this quiver work out for you guys?

Is it truly adjustable and does it hold your arrows securely?

I'm thinking the mini may be all I need although I like the idea of ditching my old backpack for one of the Catquiver 3's. All my gear easily assesable and hangable on a screw in hook.

Lay it on me guys...the good, the bad and the ugly opionions about this quiver.:darkbeer:
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Thanks for the respsonses.

I'm thinking that this may work out very well for me.
buff said:
Dub i have used the mini attached to my backpack with wire ties for tree stand hunting and blind hunting never had a better quiver in 25 years bowhunting used it just quiver stalking cape buffalo last july in africa holds arrows great protects fletchings and is quiet .


Any gear that you'd trust while hunting Cape Buffs has got to be something that you are very confident with!!!
Thanks for all the feedback!

This is a good solution to the quiver aggravation that I had last year.
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