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    I have been rolling up all the guylines and tucking them into their respective webbing loops, then rolling up the tarp. works good for me. .02 cents
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    ok. New thread created in non-hammock gear discussion

    http://www.hammockforums.net/forum/s...ead.php?t=9802

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    Someone should attatch the hammock angle picture for him, i dont have it. Also i would add DO NOT EVER EVER EVER GET IN YOUR HAMMOCK WITH KEYS/SHARP THINGS IN YOUR POCKET, should be self explanatory.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cannibal View Post
    Sounds pretty 'proper' to me.
    I am affraid that the lines and or webbing might rip the bug net by simply jamming it into the pouch. There has to be some sort of proper way of doing it ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FutureProdigy View Post
    I am affraid that the lines and or webbing might rip the bug net by simply jamming it into the pouch. There has to be some sort of proper way of doing it ?
    The lines won't do the first bit of damage to the netting. But, now that you mention it, I do generally wrap my webbing around the outside of the stuff sack. Mostly to set a habit; when it rains the webbing gets wet and I don't want it packed in with my hammock getting it wet all day. Even so, I can't see them damaging the netting. Now, try to stuff your stakes in there and you might have an issue or twenty.

    They don't call em "stuff" sacks for no good reason. I've easily got 100 'stuffs' with my Blackbird and have seen zero issues.
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