Have a tent in your truck though, last week of elk season this past year, weather forecast changed dramatically in the space of one day! Checked weather Thursday, 30 percent chance of precip on Friday Saturday, then checked Friday when it started raining and it was 100 percent and it rained, sleeted and snowed with fog in between for 40 plus hours straight. Wouldn't want to be under a tarp or in a hammock during that! Summer time scouting, I think a hammock would rule!
-------------------- David Achatz CPO USN Ret. Various bows, but if you see me shooting, it's probably a Toelke in my hand! Posts: 2175 | From: ArvadaCO | Registered: Jan 2012
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if you haven't yet, go to backcountry hunters and anglers and check out clay hayes backcountry college. he's on you tube also. he shows a way to use a duck cloth tarp to make a one piece hammock and tarp shelter. I haven't tried it but might in the near future.