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  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by L.D. Cakes View Post
    I like both. I use the side pocket as an additional storage and it will even hold a drink (There is only so much you can put in a gear loft organizer). I like the bishop bag for convenience and to keep everything off the ground. I also occasionally use the Lazy Slug Tube method when I want to have it all in one bag. But I still like that side pocket left attached.
    I suppose if weight wasn't a concern, it would be possible to use both - the stuff sack and the bishop. That way you would keep the storage function of the side stuff sack and the convenience of the bishop. Might be worth a try.

    Quote Originally Posted by visionarylion
    when i got my GTUL i just used the attacded stuff sack it worked ok, it barley fit my suspenson, so i decided to remove the orignal stuff sack and make a BB for it. i made it large enough to leave my Bugnet on the hammock when needed. i also now have more than enough room for any extras i might need to leave on the hammock;
    I'm consider getting a GTUL and was wondering about the size of the stuff sack. Looks like if I want to store the suspension, ridgeline, and possibly the bug net I will have to use a semi-large bishop bag. Good to know.

  2. #12
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    i do own a Eno DN and i did switch the side stuff pocket into a DIY bishop bag. made it a lot easier for me to put up and take down. i love it

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    Why not have your cake and eat it too?

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    I hane a Eno DN with the side pocket and I made a Bishop Bag

    I like the side pocket for storage while in the Hammock

    I have a ridgeline organizer and a glasses loop on the ridgeline too

    I guess I like organization
    "HANGING OUT" has taken on a whole NEW MEANING

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    Senior Member rickycodie's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lupus View Post
    I have an Eno DN with a side attached stuff sack, and I'm seriously considering converting it into a bishop bag. Yes, I think they add that much convenience.
    Do it! It's easy and awesome!

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