Hello all. I purchased the Yukon Outfitters bug net hammock and tarp off of Woot a month or so ago to see if I could get into hammock camping. Just spent my first two nights in the hammock and as the title states, I got CBS. I live in Texas and the weather was in the mid-80's at nighttime. I suspect that while I was hot and sweating throughout the night, the wind off the nearby lake cooled my backside down. The temperature in the morning was around 72 degrees. Hot on the front side and cold on the backside. So my question is while I wanted the wind to cool me down at first and didn't need any insulation on the bottom, by morning needed some. Have others experienced this? What are thoughts to combat this happening? Maybe put on clothes in the morning during the call of nature trip, or an 1/2 or 3/4 UQ slid down toward the feet and then moved into place when needed?
Also, I am 5'-10" tall and I've concluded that either I didn't pitch the hammock correctly or that the Yukon is too short and/or not wide enough, because I woke up with knee pain right below my knee cap from what seems to be hyper extension of my legs (patellar tendon?). The suspension have been changed out to whoopies with a structural dynaglide ridgeline. Maybe I still need to play with the lengths of everything. I have read where people add a small pillow or something under their knees to remedy this, but really don't want to if I don't have to.
All in all, I really liked it, and can say that I could be hooked if these issues can be worked out!
Sorry for the long post, and if this is covered elsewhere. Tried searching, but everyone usually discusses cold weather hammocking mostly.