That’s a personal preference IMO. I personally don’t shoot or hunt anywhere (tree-stand or ground) with a quiver attached. I do use one on the bow to carry arrows, but once at destination (ie: in the tree/blind etc) I detach the quiver and hang it in a good spot on the tree or stand.
I also hang an extra arrow on the tree (I have a little extra arrow clip to do this) for a quick follow-up shot. So far, it’s not been needed.
I feel the extra weight on one side detracts from the balance of the bow – but: a lot of guys/gals like the TightSpot quiver because it can be mounted to adjust balance of the bow with it attached.
There’s no right or wrong. What-ever you decide: practice as you intend to hunt.
Im with Blackdog. It’s what you are confortable with but I never hunt with the quiver on. Something to get in the way, hang on something, make noise, throw off the balance of the bow. As soon as I get settled in the quiver comes off.
I don’t shoot with one on either. It’s what you prefer in your application whether you keep it on, or off. Remember to always practice as you would use your equipment in the field. I keep mine attached until in my tree or blind and then hang it up as I get settled in. Try both and see if you have extra noise shooting with it attached v.s. With the quiver off your bow. Shoot both ways and check accuracy too. Do what works best after trying that.