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    Senior Member HamMike's Avatar
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    If I'm putting it away after a trip I fold it up neatly and all the lines are hanging off in the same general area. I just grab them and wrap around the tarp before I slip it into the stuff sack. If I'm on the trail I start stuffin the tarp into the stuff sack from one attatchment point and all the lines are hangin together and I just wrap them around my hand and stuff them in last. All my lines are Lash-it and shake apart well when tangled.
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    Mine have clips that make them easy to remove, fold in half a couple times, knott and stick in a pocket or something. Unknot, reattach to the tarp and Iím done. I like the clips because they enable me to detach and reattach to my tarp or shock cord anytime I want, keeps emí out of the mud\dirt...quickly and easily, no winding, no wrapping.
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    I wrap mine around my fingers and use the last 10"-12" whipped around the middle and the end tucked under the last 4 or 5 wraps. Only takes about 5 secs per guyline for me. But then again, I'm OCD and do this method with all my cordage.
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    Hennessey Hammocks hexfly has handy hidden holders

    On the backside of each tieout the Hexfly has a little tuck-in pocket. I love it. Especially after I switched out the Hennessy line for some homemade Self-tensioning line like JRB sells (thinner line fits better). My only problem now is that I've gone to a continuous tarp RL and it can get tangled. I use an elastic to keep it bunched, but it can still be finicky.
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    I do the same as Shug. I love the snake skins for my tarp.

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    I coil the guy lines like lizzie while its hanging wrapping/making coils around my fingers, and just roll, bunch then up in the tarp when I slide my skin over it. For the CRL I roll them the same and stuff in the end pockets on the skin. Its one I made from tulle. It holding up better than I thought it would. Plans are in the forums....
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