I love to use this on my tarps.....No-Tangle Guy Line.
Easy to see and does not reflect.
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Wow, thanks for all the info and links to tarp ridge lines! Might have to experiment on the "over or under" ridge line issue.
One more question (maybe a separate thread) I have some Nite Ize Figure 9 carabiners, I was thinking of just clipping one end to the tarp, run the cord around the tree and back through the figure 9 part to secure it. Then the same thing on the other end.
Is there a way to use these easily and also have a full length tarp ridge line under my tarp to hang other stuff from?
(like these http://www.rei.com/product/783074/ni...d-package-of-2).
On a continuous ridge line you only "need" one point of adjustment, but just use one on each side of your ridgeline if that is what you have on hand. HYOH
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I use 1.75 for my tarp and hammy ridge.
I'm experimenting with 7/64 amsteel because I have 150' but I'm having a very difficult time making a prusik hold. Need help. Any suggestions?
I've tried both still not much bite.