When it comes to traveling with your broadheads and arrows, there are a few methods that are best practices. Depending on your situation, one or more of these methods may be the best option for you.
The safest bet when traveling with your broadheads is to keep them in a quiver. You have the option of a side quiver that attaches to your bow, or a fancy hip quiver. The downside of the former is that the side quiver is not as silent as a hip quiver. Many hunters prefer the hip quiver because it is more comfortable and keeps their arrows close and accessible at all times.
Assembled on Arrows
Keep your broadheads assembled on your arrows for traveling as it can be just as safe as any other method. Velcro is a great option for keeping your broadheads attached to your arrows. Consider using the lid of your Kalispel storage case or transport case for extra security.
Using field points on the end of your arrows can be a great way to avoid any issues with bad broadhead flight. This commonly occurs when broadheads are grouping in a different spot than the field points, or when erratic shot placement is happening. Make sure to re-attach and practice with your broadheads before going out on the hunt.
No matter what method you choose to keep your broadheads safe while you are traveling, make sure that your arrows are secure and not exposed to the elements. Make sure to practice with your broadheads before going out on the hunt, and you will be ready to out in the field.