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    ENO ProFly vs FastFly

    I'm debating between these two tarps, I can get a good deal on either so its gonna be one of these.. Since they are both 22oz (according to ENO's site) would it make more sense to go with the ProFly for more coverage? What are the pros and cons of each?

    I cant seem to find any thread debating these two, just the Profly and DryFly...

    Help me out guys, I can only get this deal for a few more days.
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    I have the profly, seems very well made, I know there are better and lighter tarps for the same price range, but if you can get a good deal I think it is a solid tarp. Has kept me dry in some heavy rain.
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    Is it a pain to set up? Or relatively easy?
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    super easy, it has little cinch type thingies attached with cord.
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    Awesome. Thanks for your input Red!
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    I have a Fast Fly, get the Pro Fly.
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    Re: ENO ProFly vs FastFly

    I have a pro fly... It has served me well... But I eventually upgraded to the Superfly from Warbonnet... The pro fly is now back up or for ny daughter... Ny pro fly fully rigged weighs 26 oz... The ropes that eno provides you with SUCK the core starts coming out of the outer wrap...
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    I say get the one that gives better coverage. As Brute mentioned the stock cords are not that great. Maybe they changed them but if not get an alternative like Zing-it. Out of curoisity how much can you get them for with your deal?
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    I pulled the trigger on the Pro. Same weight and more coverage, why not? I'll give the stock guy lines a shot and go from there. Hopefully they have upgraded them or something and I wont have to mess with it.

    Slo, out of curiosity, why do you say go with the Pro?
    Bubba, I got it for $60! Also, I keep hearing of this Zing-it stuff, where can I get it?
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    Many of the vendors here sell Zing-it. Dutchware pops to mind but others also sell it.
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