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    Woot Hammock

    Woot has the Yukon Outfitters hammocks on sale again! Bunch of different colors for the double hammock and a brown colored bug net hammock.

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    I saw that anyone have any experience or know about the rain fly they have on sale as well? for 20 bucks its worth a go.
    http://www.woot.com/offers/walkabout...ref=cnt_wp_1_1

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    Never saw that rainfly before but i think its made out of the same stuff as the tarps at thesportsmansguide, if there are any seems they will need to be sealed but today a neew hanger just starting out can grab a hammock and fly set up for under $50.00,, not bad for a first setup.

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    Camped in the green bugnet style this weekend. Good hammock once you upgrade the suspension.

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    I'm still pretty new to hammock camping. Do you think this tarp will work well on my Hennessey expedition. The one that came with it doesn't provide enough coverage in heavy rain.

    http://www.woot.com/offers/walkabout...ref=cnt_wp_1_1

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    I've been pleased with my Yukon Outfitter hammocks. I have a regular hammock without a net (ENO Double Nest look-alike) and a hammock with a mosquito net. I've purchased the first hammock over a year ago and have spent a good bit of time in it. I purchased the hammock with the mosquito net earlier this spring.

    I bought two more hammocks this morning (one of each) to give away as presents.

    As stated by many others - one of the first things you will need to do is replace the hardware and suspension. Soft shackles and Whoopie Slings work great...

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    Quote Originally Posted by titobob View Post
    I saw that anyone have any experience or know about the rain fly they have on sale as well? for 20 bucks its worth a go.
    http://www.woot.com/offers/walkabout...ref=cnt_wp_1_1
    Yukon Outfitters tarp for their hammocks
    https://www.hammockforums.net/forum/...their-hammocks

    There is another thread specific to the Yukon Outfitters tarp.

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    Thinking about getting one for a loner.
    Does anyone know why the double is listed as weighing 5 lbs?
    Granted it is a pretty big hammock but hopefully it's the suspension that can be changed a bit?
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    Quote Originally Posted by adkrella View Post
    Thinking about getting one for a loner.
    Does anyone know why the double is listed as weighing 5 lbs?
    Granted it is a pretty big hammock but hopefully it's the suspension that can be changed a bit?
    I have one of each (dbl and bug), with changed suspension and they do not weight much. I so use them as loaners.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 12trysomething View Post
    I have one of each (dbl and bug), with changed suspension and they do not weight much. I so use them as loaners.
    nice..... sold me !
    soo cheap im gonna do it.

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