I have an ENO singlenest hammock. I have yet to spend a night in it though I have taken a couple test naps. I just ordered the Kelty Noah 12' tarp and I am considering the ENO bug net.
Looking at the tarp, it has tabs on top so that the ridgeline for the tarp is above the tarp rather than under it. I assume this is to keep the line from drawing moisture through the tarp? I know if you touch the sides of a wet tent, it will draw the moisture through so i assume it would be the same for the tarp? The picture (see link below) shows it being hung on the ends without a ridgeline so maybe I could do this between trees as well?
The ENO bug net also hangs the same way as the Kelty tarp, with tabs on top so that the net hangs under a ridgeline. So now I am at 2 ridgelines, one above the tarp and one above the bug net. That still leaves me without a ridgeline to hang gear on under the bug net. Do I really need 3 ridgelines or is there a better way?
Here are links to the tarp and bug net for reference:
ENO bug net: