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    what tarp are you using with your Claytor

    I have read several comments about the Claytors being longer than other hammocks, and this causes less than ideal coverage for a normal tarp.

    What tarp are you using for the Claytor specifically?

    What are the pros and cons of each?

    I would like to get something large that provides full coverage for strong storms and also extra "dry" room underneath.

    I realize there is a tarp section but I could not find very much Claytor specific info there

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    I use the Claytor Diamond tarp, have been through some awful storms and have stayed dry. It is simple and works. Check out Gargoyle's Ogee tarp as it would have a little more versatility.
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    I use an 8" by 10" hung on the diagonal with my Claytor no net, if it rains/blows hard I snug it down close to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by canoebie View Post
    I use the Claytor Diamond tarp, have been through some awful storms and have stayed dry. It is simple and works. Check out Gargoyle's Ogee tarp as it would have a little more versatility.
    +1 on that OGEE!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawk-eye View Post
    +1 on that OGEE!
    +2!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    +3!!! It covers my WBBB well and it's cammo .
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