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    Quote Originally Posted by David904 View Post
    I've been using the CRL with a fly and hook anchor arrangement with prussic tarp adjustments. I'm looking to get away from the CRL and going to a line on each side so... It may seem silly but could somebody please show me how the wasps would be used in this arrangement. Pictures or video would be awesome. Thanks!
    IMO, you might like to try the stingerz for what you are trying to da.

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    You would need two wasp, one for each end.
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    If using a CRL there's no reason to use two Wasps. Better to use a Dutch Hook on one end and a Wasp on the other. Use Tato Gear Tarp Connectors or prussics for centering the tarp on the CRL. If using a separate line off each end of the tarp then Wasps, Stingerz or Flyz on each end work good.

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    The Tato connectors work better with smaller cordage.

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    Tarp Wasp

    Quote Originally Posted by CeeVee View Post
    The Tato connectors work better with smaller cordage.
    I use 1.75mm.
    Last edited by pizza; 04-21-2014 at 12:07.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pizza View Post
    I use 1.75mm.
    Great setup. I had something similar in mind and it's great to see that it's already working for someone.
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