[Hammock Camping] Re: Hennessy vs Clark vs Mosquito Hammock
- I also noticed that I am much flatter with a less diagonal lie in the
Claytor when compared to my other hammocks
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Tom Frazier" <wildewudu@...>
> I noticed, though, that I do like the tauter tie rather than havingmoderate to severe sag. Though, I think that has mostly to do with
the fact that the Claytor JH is only 3' wide, so you can't angle
yourself at a severe angle to lay flat like you'd be able to with a
- Did you say you might want to sell your HH? I am interested... what
model would you be selling? I have two, but need a third for my
son... grown boy, 185 lbs at least.
- In email@example.com, "ptoddf" <ptoddf@...> wrote:
> Is the consensus that the mosquito NN is MORE comfortable and
> feeling than the Speer, for those that are commenting here?I
> Excellent info on the mosquito, a new item to me with this thread.
> have one of the fabulous and unique PeaPods, but the stock Speerthe
> hammock could be more comfortable for me. Reports here that it fits
> the mosquito NN has me about to order.
> I also have a Hennessey that I almost never use. I was thinking of
> cutting the net off and trying it with the Pea Pod, after making
> ridgeline detachable, but the mosquito sounds better. Maybe I canline/support
> sell my HH to someone who needs a full time bug net.
> The Hennessey is a brilliant piece of design, no doubt, but I don't
> want a bug net between me and the stars except when it's absolutely
> necessary, rare to never in California high desert and Sierra. I do
> like a hammock ridge line so I can hang stuff off it, but that's
> easily added to an open style hammock.
> I modified my MacCat fly to furl down to it's own ridge
> rope using HH "snake skins". This makes an independently tied, fatthe
> ridgeline higher above the hammock. Same deal -- little or no
> interference with sky views, with air or with easy in and out of
> hammock. I unfurl the fly and drop the attached cords and captiveout
> stakes down only when weather demands it. Like when the stars go
> because of heavy rain clouds.
> Best, Todd F.