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    Free ultralight tent stakes!!!

    They are 9'' long

    They weight less than 3g each

    They are biodegradable

    ...and best of all they come free with every meal from any sushi bar.

    "Live like you will die tomorrow, but learn like you will live forever." Gandhi

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    They would not hold up in the hard ground of west Texas!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lubbockhammockguy View Post
    They would not hold up in the hard ground of west Texas!
    You should give them a try. That bamboo is mighty tough.
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    Now that's an idea i never thought of...
    Insanity Happens...

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    I use them along with V stakes for the less stressed lines on my tarp.

    No need to worry if you leave one or two behind and you can even eat your noodles with them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thatguy View Post
    Now that's an idea i never thought of...
    Handshake?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moel Siabod View Post
    Handshake?
    For what? People are allowed to disagree, I debate with my friends about stuff all the time. That doesn't make them any less my friends...

    How do you secure your lines to them? Would the standard angled insert with a half hitch hold well?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moel Siabod View Post
    You should give them a try. That bamboo is mighty tough.
    I will, ty.

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    I use the sticks I find at camp, if I even need any. Most of the time I tie off to other trees, rocks, or logs.

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    I'm curious because I have a ton of these lying around and I'll give it a shot. Do you tie lines just onto the chop sticks or do you modify the sticks somehow to hold a line?

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