Typically I use two taut-line hitches for connecting both ends of my CRL (550 paracord). I also use two prusiks on both ends (1.9 tech), which hold my tarp taut via 2 mini-biners... Thats the rig (profly, ENO SN, whoopie all-in-one with 6ft webbing, guardian BN).
My issue lies in the fact that once I hook up one end with the first taut-line hitch and then begin to string up the other end of the bishop bag (ready to deploy the tarp), the weight of the tarp causes my CRL to sag In addition, if I don't use the taut-line hitches on both ends, I don't get that nice "V" for my hammock suspension to pass through...
Is there another knot I can use that produce that "V" AND will that different knot hold up until I get the 2nd end secure? I wanna use this bishop bag bc I know it will eventually be faster and prevent setup of my rain tarp easier in a high-wind environment. Currently, I haven't been using the bishop bag deployment and have just been stringing up my CRL first, then tossing the tarp over, securing it taut, then hooking up the hammock/BN last, which only takes just under 8 minutes altogether... I wanna shave off more time using the bishop bag rig, but unsure of how to resolve the issue I laid out