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    Gideon's Avatar
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    Mar 2012
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    SE Missouri
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    Darien UL w/Dutch hooks, clips, etc
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    I agree, less is more; I have the same set up except I use a Dutch Tarp Flyz on one end, the dutch hook on the other. My tarp is fixed to the ridge line with prusik's. I do want to learn how to weave the dutch hook onto the end; I just tied mine but I love the refined look when someone does what you did.

    Love the set up! Makes 9Biner's from Nitize look like huge chunks of metal or plastic hanging from the trees!

    Gideon

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    SwinginIt's Avatar
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    Jun 2012
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    Cleveland, Ga
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    Quote Originally Posted by japaddler View Post
    very cool. I bet that set up is quick to hang, especially nice in those nasty weather conditions.

    Thanks for sharing!
    It is quick to hang, although I haven't had it out in anything nasty to truly test it, but I'm confident that I will be happy when I do.

    Quote Originally Posted by enoorange View Post
    Thanks for the post!
    My fav knot is the Prusick.
    It's one of mine too and you'd be able to tell just by looking at how many I use in various parts of my hammock setup.

    Quote Originally Posted by Gideon View Post
    I agree, less is more; I have the same set up except I use a Dutch Tarp Flyz on one end, the dutch hook on the other. My tarp is fixed to the ridge line with prusik's. I do want to learn how to weave the dutch hook onto the end; I just tied mine but I love the refined look when someone does what you did.

    Love the set up! Makes 9Biner's from Nitize look like huge chunks of metal or plastic hanging from the trees!

    Gideon
    Here ya go http://www.flickr.com/photos/adrenoj...7631135014616/ it's a step by step I did for doing a bury for a fixed eye with a locked brummel. Just follow the steps in the photos, yours won't have the brummel, and instead of leaving the eye you pull it down tight around the dutch hook. You can PM me if you have any questions.
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