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    Senior Member Slo's Avatar
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    just came across your pics. phenomenal. For versatility's sake, you cannot do any better. I've been wondering about being able to use my tarp without trees. This is an outstanding demo. One step closer to a "Universal" kit.
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    I love the chickens for scale.

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    I've found that my 2QZQ UQ protector (bridge) fits PERFECTLY under the Superfly on the ground, used a ground sheet. With a larger bug-net you could use it exactly like a tent. Using my WBRR like a ground bivy currently but I'll probably end up making a dedicated bug net for this setup, it's just too cool
    "I ain't here for a long time, I'm here for a good time"

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    Thanks for posting that. Your pics are some of the best pics of the camo superfly I have seen. I just ordered one the other day but couldn't really find that many pics of a camo one. Great idea about practicing going to ground. I'll have to try that one day.

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    Sorry, not to get off topic but how do you like using the Velcro straps compared to snake skins?. The Velcro looks like a pretty quick and easy technique but also something else to lose.

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    Re: Superfly G2G (Going to Ground) Options

    I use skins now and will likely never use ties again. Does that answer your question? ;p

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    G2G with a WBSF seems the perfect application

    for the mini-pole sets discussed in this thread:

    https://www.hammockforums.net/forum/...=superfly+pole

    Especially if you are forced to G2G in a groomed, barren commercial campground that has fewer trees & bushes than a golf course.

    Jim

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    Hello! Sorry to revive an old thread, but I was wondering if anyone has used trekking poles to setup their superfly during decent winds? I'm thru hiking the colorado trail this summer and am still deciding between my warbonnet/superfly/yeti combo or selling the superfly and/or yeti to get a tarptent.

    There is a fairly decent section that will almost certain require one night above treeline, but if I'm confident enough that my superfly would withstand the winds I would love to sleep above treeline a couple more times. Maybe if I was sure to bring two other sticks for the side pullouts during that section.

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    also, how are you attaching the ridgeline to the pole? I'm having a hard time visualizing a good way to do this in the field during decent wind, and I just failed at my attempt. Is there a screw sticking out of the handle of your pole?

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