I use a piece of pipe insulation to stuff the stakes into and then into a ripstop baggie. Carry it outside the pack.
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Stakes come out of the shoe about the same time as the tarp gets staked down. Only need two.
THESE for several years and store the stakes under a little loop that is present at the "seam" end. No little stuff sacks for me, it all gets organized in this thing.
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I put mine in the bottom of my Hennessey hammock sack, I find the weight of the pegs helps stop the sack blowing away when I take the hammock out in its snakeskins and string it up as I usually have both hands on the hammock at that time. When I peg out I have hands free to stow the empty sack safely.
The bag my ENO slap straps came in is perfect size for my groundhog stakes. I've gone Whoopie so I don't need the straps anymore.
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I put them in a gallon size zip lock bag. I call it my "possibles bag". As I keep stuff that I could possibly need. Fire starter, extra knife, knife sharpener, plastic clips, long handled spoon, paracord, a small first aid kit.........RR
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In my tarp skin. I got a pair from MountainGoat. There are pockets sewn into each end of the skin that are just big enough to handle the 4 stakes I carry and the line. They generally don't get used though. I use sticks whenever possible. Dirt is yucky in a bag.
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