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    ENO Profly

    I received an ENO profly as a gift for my ENO SN, which I've upgraded with whoopie slings/toggles/1''tree straps/wb bugnet. I've heard mixed things on the profly and wouldn't have bought it myself, but I'm not sure it's worth paying to upgrade. I'm planning a trip to Hawaii and I hear it rains a little there :P My question is:
    Will my profly keep me dry in my eno sn?
    Any tips for successful implementation?

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    Keep her low and tight. Pay attention to the ends to ensure you have it centered well. Should be fine. Just a little on the small side, but you'll stay dry.
    Getcha some whoopieslings.com tarp lines to make it easy to string up.

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    which ridge line? there seem to be a couple different options
    http://shop.whoopieslings.com/

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    Get the 2 line tarp ridgeline kit, this if for your two ridgeline tie outs. Then get 4 tarp guylines (towards the bottom of the page), for your corner tie outs. This is the system I use and is the easiest. It's just prussics that you pull the line through to tighten everything. Makes for a speedy setup, no knots.

    There's a million options on here of what to do, and others will chime in, but this is my recommendation to you. I use these tie outs almost every night in my yard setup.

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    The 2 line ridgeline system may be a bit easier, but I would consider the single line in that you can adjust the position of the tarp over the hammock with out having to keep messing with the lines around the trees.
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    Taylo is correct. Keep it close to the hammock as possible. You'll be fine as long as the wind isnt crazy. If the winds pick up,one trick to try is putting on your bugnet. It will shield alot of the blowing rain.

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