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    Stuffing It All In One Sack

    I have been trying to streamline the set up / break down of my sleep system in order to spend more time fishing or hiking plus to help Kristen as well. I received some good ideas from a few people on here. 1st, let me say that this does not include the tarp since it could be damp from rain or dew. The Incubator has webbing loops along both sides. These were perfect for what I wanted to do. I purchased some very small fasteners that seem to work fine. I left the TQ spread out inside the hammock and the wrapped the whole enchilada with the Incubator. I was really pleased with the way it all went inside the dry sack, which will go inside a commercial dry sack while on the river. I could see this going directly inside a backpack as well.
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    That is how I did it on my last trip only used a turkey roaster bag. It was a really quick set up.
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    Yeah. I think I'm going to like it a lot. I don't mind fussing with the set up at home or on a casual weekend. But, if I'm going on a trip with a specific agenda (rafting, hiking, fishing, etc.) I want my camp setup to be a breeze. Thanks to all that have contributed information.

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    The US GI Modular Sleep System compression stuff sack works well for this. I melted a small hole in the bottom, and use it Black Bishop style.
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    I always do mine this way...just made a bigger Blackbishop bag for my winter kit. Here's a pic from yesterday. This bag has my DIY sil hammock, Winter Yeti, GoLite Ultra TQ, Whoopie Slings, Huggers and DCs inside. It's sil so it slides right down into my GG Mariposa Plus pretty easily. Actually wish I had made it about two inches wider b/c there's enough room for a small bag beside it, but that means it's probably the right size to fit the Murmur pack.

    This is also my first pic with the HF Buff!
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    Hey Scotty, what size is that dry bag?
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