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    Arrow Webbing Storage

    Can't seem to find something on this. Aside from wrapping tree straps around the hammock bag, where's a good place to store them so they stay together. Any idear's?

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    I just stuff the straps into the hammocks stuff sack..

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    I have a small stuff sack that they go into, separate from everything else... It just keeps things divided...

    A lot of people seem to like the tootsie roll bags... A double ended stuff sack with little compartments at both ends for the tree straps...
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    You don't have a problem with tree sap and so forth?

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    In Texas, sappy trees aren't really a problem...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brute1100 View Post
    In Texas, sappy trees aren't really a problem...
    Thanks for the tips...

    When you can find trees around our area, you find big Ponderosa and Douglas Fir's >> LOADED with tree sap. We don't have any of those Minnesota twigs..., so I made 14' straps

    Maybe I'll sew a pocket on the outside of the bag or something.
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    If your having sap issues sew them into their own bag... I like mine that way, they stay right at the top of my pack...
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    Mine get removed from the buckles and go into a large freezer ziplock. Then into the hammock stuff sack. Keeps sap and/or wettness away from my hammock.

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    Mine get stuffed into the same bag as my hammock, whoopies and carabiners.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jayson View Post
    Mine get removed from the buckles and go into a large freezer ziplock. Then into the hammock stuff sack. Keeps sap and/or wettness away from my hammock.
    Same here but with whoopie slings, climbing range biners into bishop bag. The freezer bag makes the difference on having a clean kit

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