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    You know...I just watched that link for the first time. LOL As soon as it was over an add came up for 40% off....lol I think thats just it though..he is at least that much if not more haha.
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    take a look at the hennessy hammock the bugs won't be a problem, for hunting you want the side zip bug screen, not the bottom entry. The hammock also has a complete all weather tarp system all weighs under 3 pounds http://hennessyhammock.com/

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    This is a cool idea. I've never seen a hammock used in this way. I can see the good and bad but I think I'm going to try this out!

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    Hammocks are best in warm weather. I get kind of cold in them.

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    I am going to be using a Clark jungle hammock this October for elk. It is fully covered with a bug net and a weather shield. It has pockets under the hammock to store your gear and add insulation underneath you. I did a test hang in my back yard this past winter. Got down to 30 degrees and I was using a pad and a 0 degree bag and I woke up sweating in the middle of the night. I'm confident It could handle high teens no problem. It's a little pricey but you get what you pay for. I like the lightweight of it and not having to sleep on the ground.

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    I have been using a Clark jungle hammock also, I have only had to use it a a bivy once, and it did fine. normally I find a good hang. I use a under quilt a down blanket, sometimes to warm. Been through thunder storms but not snow as of yet.

 

 

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