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    Tarp for camp

    what types of tarps are most using for having a camp tarp (for cooking, hanging out with a group, etc) as opposed to covering your hammock

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    I use the kelty 16' for a combination of both

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    Quote Originally Posted by lubbockhammockguy View Post
    I use the kelty 16' for a combination of both
    +1 but only when car camping, too big, too heavy...

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    I use the cheapo blue poly tarps. The large ones like you can get a Wal-Mart.

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    I am seriously considering the Kelty Noah's 16....I have seen a lot of positive comments lately.

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    Quote Originally Posted by readyme View Post
    I am seriously considering the Kelty Noah's 16....I have seen a lot of positive comments lately.
    It is a beast, the diagonal is over 22', and over 250sf, it can be challenging findings spot large enough to set up, sometimes you have to get the ridgelines super high up on the tree to get a good hang. But once it's up, it's kinda like the superdome!

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    Quote Originally Posted by swankfly View Post
    It is a beast, the diagonal is over 22', and over 250sf, it can be challenging findings spot large enough to set up, sometimes you have to get the ridgelines super high up on the tree to get a good hang. But once it's up, it's kinda like the superdome!
    i have a Noah 16 that I thought about setting up once but it was too big. I am thinking that I should have gotten a smaller tarp. I did not have enough rope to make it to the trees and I did not have any poles.

    Quote Originally Posted by readyme View Post
    I am seriously considering the Kelty Noah's 16....I have seen a lot of positive comments lately.
    I might considering selling it to you if you are interested. I only unfolded it one time. I have never hung it up because it is so big.
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    I use a Wilderness Logics Wild River tarp. Marty made it to my specs to serve as our group tarp on river rafting trips. It's awesome.
    http://wildernesslogics.com/WILD-RIV...E-TARP_c32.htm

    Here's a picture from our Salmon river trip in July. We combined the Wild River and a WL Big Daddy to shade our group area and river kitchen.
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    I have a guide gear. It works great big enough that you can make one wall and have a roof to cover you.
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