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Getting Hammock Fly Figured Out

Discussion in 'Equipment' started by killeroy154, Oct 15, 2017.

  1. killeroy154

    killeroy154 Survivalist

    Set-up my hammock rain fly today 99736c1599b675721214c8d2709dd065.jpg I be a getten ready for a couple of night in the hills at a trout stream. I've camped up in the mountains once years ago with a couple of co-workers 067df4e77b62869bec52aab844dca5d8.jpg Since I couldn't find anyone daring enough for an over night river camping trip, I have to settle for an established campground as I have promised my wife years ago that I would do if going solo I got to quit making promises. But, I am looking forward to be in the mountains with trout fishing stuff 662d06831fbf168000fd8b4c3e064b5a.jpg I haven't been trout fishing but once in over the past 10 years. I had some new sulfur flies, and blue wing dunns still in their packages. My waders appear to be in good shape also except I need to put some felt on the soles, them river rocks get mighty slippery. Now it's time to start getting my camping list together. Maybe cook some trout over fire....yummy.
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