The Arrowmaster Quiver by Rod Jenkins is quite popular here in Alaska because it offers fletch protection in rainy conditions. However, one problem with this style of quiver is that it can collapse near the top where you put arrows into or out of the side opening. This may be caused by weight in the accessory pocket, but we found an easy fix. Remove the bottom of an even sided round plastic container, such as a Folger’s coffee container, and simply slip the ring inside the body of the quiver, adjacent to the accessory pocket. The plastic ring holds the quiver open so the arrows slide into and out of it easily.
Krista is a member of the Professional Bowhunters Society, Compton Traditional Bowhunters, and Golden North Archery in Fairbanks, Alaska. She believes strongly in supporting archery hunting organizations, particularly those that support strong youth programs.