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    My Jungle hammocks are definitely not waterproof fabric. I wonder if there is variation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stevebo View Post
    Heres what I did..................I bought the claytor no net to use with my peapod...... Anyway thats my 2 cents worth!
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    Quote Originally Posted by canoebie View Post
    My Jungle hammocks are definitely not waterproof fabric. I wonder if there is variation.
    The one I used to have also was NOT WP.
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    Billybob, Ive been doing great! I kind of took a break from the forum this summer---- I took a quick overnight trip on the pinhoti trial in Alabama yesterday---my claytor performed flawlessly----really easy to set up, and very comfortable. Thanks for the great advice! As far as the fabric on the jungle hammock vs. the no net, I stand corrected. Ive never seen a jungle hammock, and must have read it somewhere. (I saw it on the internet, so its got to be true!)
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    Thanks so much for the great info. Great Forum.

    According to their website: "The NoNet Hammock takes the same dimensions and style of our very comfortable Jungle Hammock, but without the net."

    So, what is the difference between the Jungle Hammock section and the No Net?

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    The Jungle has the attached net.
    The "no-net" does not have a net.
    Both hammocks are the same size.
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    The Claytor Diamond Fly is a well built piece of gear and is $50 shipped. I've gone through some driving rain and stayed dry under it. But, it is too small for a winter tarp.
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    Necessity of the Net

    I speak only for those of us who live in the jungle. Rabbit hats, disembodied down feathers and snowcone ice all over the ground are totally foreign to me. However, in those same frigid lands the warmer seasons are often plagued by biting black flies and mosquitos.

    In most of America mosquitos carry encephalitis (which killed my young brother 40 years ago), yellow fever, dengue fever, hemorraghic plague and many other viruses. A bug net is absolutely essential in most places.
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