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    welcome dj. and i live near by in loganville ga.....
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    dejoha is right: you will get lots of different recomendations. I have the Grand Trunk Skeeter Beeter Pro, mosquito net hammock. At your height and weight, it is larger than you need. Consider the regular Skeeter Beeter. Also you may look at a non-netted hammock and buy a supplemental net. That way, if you hike in weather below 50°, you may elect to leave the net at home and save additional weight.

    Hennessy also has several mosquito net hammocks, but I cannot offer you any advice on them, as I have no experience with these.

    Are you looking at light weight as your driving factor? It was for me, but I am much taller and heavier, so I considered very different hammocks. Let us know what your motivating factors....

    Oh, and by the way, welcome to the forum.
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