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Lone wolf stick quiver

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Has anybody used the new stick quiver from lone wolf?   Is it an upgrade or not?

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I honestly just bungee my LW sticks to my LW Alpha and it works great.  It's quick to attach and quiet to walk in.

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My brother has the quiver and likes it, but he still feels he needs bungee cords to keep the sticks from popping loose.  As a cheaper option I ended up tying loops of rope onto the platform of my Assault.  They slip right over the same "round thing" as the straps, and then I throw a bungee around the sticks to lock them down.  Its fast and secure, and I can easily carry up to 6 sticks if needed.  It also keeps everything tight to the platform which seems to make walking through the woods a little easier, and leaves room for all the other junk I strap to the stand like extra clothes, saw, and bow hanger. 

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I actually just placed an order for an alpha ii so I have been researching them quite a bit. I am planning to try to rig up my own system for holding the sticks. Google a product called stick talons from a page called mobile hunting gear. They look like they would work really well and what I like is that the sticks can be kept towards the edges of the platform (2 on each side) instead of all stacked in the middle. I want it that way so that I have room to nest stuff in the center, like a pack or clothing. I plan to make my own rather than pay $50 for a set though. 

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I don't get this...

 

I rigged up my own system too- 2 tarp straps hold my sticks on my lone wolf just fine. I see no reason for anything else. 

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I don't even use bungees. It might be tough to decipher from this picture but you can wrap the tree stand straps up and over the sticks and behind the stand in a figure 8 pattern. It holds everything together tightly and quietly. 

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