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    Warbonnet has a sale on their super fly, big tarp with doors for $110... To be it would be worth the over spent $10 to get that tarp and be done, one tarp to cover all seasons... 19 oz sil nylon... Ask for a little Christmas money and order it before Christmas day and its all yours...
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    If you can wait till May check out the Guide Gear 12x12 tarps. They are cheap and have been of good quality, except for this past year's run which was less than stellar. It is big enough to use as a winter tarp with the ends closed for doors and can be pitched in a ton of different configurations with the 17 tie out points.
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    I used a Mac Cat Deluxe for most of the spring and summer.
    Never a problem.

    When it was cold though, I wish it would have had doors.

    Warbonnet is running a sale right now.
    SuperFly for a bit more over $100. Totally worth it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CanadianKidOutdoors15 View Post
    Hey guys I am new here on this forum I am on bushcraftusa. I havent been able to get an answer from people on their hammock threads so here it is.

    What is the right size for a tarp that I can use all year round and that will fit with the eno Singlenest. I am open to all suggestions but keep in mind i cant spend over 100 dollars.
    A couple of options readily available in Canada are the Mec Sil Scout and Guide tarps.

    The Wilderness Logics Tadpole and Big Daddy are also popular hex shaped tarps.

    Welcome to the forum from another Ontario hanger.

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