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    New Member tsquared's Avatar
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    ENO Tarps

    Is there anyone who has the eno dry fly and likes it?

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    Senior Member shrek's Avatar
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    I use the Dry Fly. So far, it has done the job. Haven't been in any really blowing rain, but it has kept me dry in a few showers. And it's pretty versatile in the ways you can pitch it.
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    I've looked at them, but I really think if your in a good storm you will get wet. I built mine out of 1.1 silNylon.

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    ok thanks for the help

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