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  1. #11
    Bubba's Avatar
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    I ditched the strap and bag.
    Don't let life get in the way of living.

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    i like having it becuase i can tie stuff onto it like my shanks for the knots

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    i did ditch the clip and strap, but left the pocket, great spot for a drink. (a bottle that is)

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    I very carefully took a seam ripper and unstitched the strap with the clip on it from the bag. But I left the bag on the hammock because I like putting small things in it. A drink can be put there and I even stuffed my down vest there this past weekend so I could have it easily for when I have to get up in middle of the night.
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    I ditched the clip and webbing but saved the bag. I keep dog treats in mine for my dog, puddles ( daughter named her, don't ask). When she wants a treat she just bumps the bag with her nose. To me the bag comes in handy.

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    mine ripped off

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    Senior Member UncleClark's Avatar
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    I use my ENO on day hikes and I like the bag to put my water bottle in while I'm relaxing in the hammock. I still have the straps but I might ditch them.

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    Senior Member HamMike's Avatar
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    I took the strap and clip off the bag and the bag off the hammock. I put a grommet on the end and turned it into a bishop bag. I love this setup and you can still stuff things in there for storage.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hototo View Post
    I ditched the clip and webbing but saved the bag. I keep dog treats in minefor my dog, puddles ( daughter named her, don't ask). When she wants a treat she just bumps the bag with her nose. To me the bag comes in handy.
    Sounds like a true bear bag................
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    I took my bag and strap off. I just like the cleaner look and not having anything pulling down on the side of my hammock.

    Now I can just hook the bag to my ridgeline for storing anything I want to keep handy for emergencies.

    Like a flask...

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