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    Single point attachement hammock

    Deos anybody have plans or know of a company that makes single point attachement hammock.

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    i saw one on a site that sold hammocks. They called it the bat cave or the bat hanger of something like that but i cant remember where. Sorry
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    Christian, husband of one, father to eight and i love to fish!

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    I made one of my own after reading a bit about the bat...

    http://www.hammockforums.net/forum/s...ad.php?t=20002

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    Have any of you had experience with the bat hammock? Deos it work well.

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    I have 2 Dream Weavers. THey are woven cotton, so a little heavier, but super- comfortable and really easy to get in and out of. I have been trying to figure out my tarp setup for this type of hammock.

    Dream Weaver has a nice website, maybe you can get some ideas from them on a DIY.

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