Convert A Hammock Stuff Sack Into A Bishop Bag

A majority of hammocks used for camping and backpacking have a simple, gathered-end design and come with a handy stuff sack sewn on one side, right in the middle.

These little sacks are convenient because the storage sack is always attached, easy to find, and it makes packing up a little easier. Plus, you can use the stuff sack as a gear pocket when the hammock is hung up—store your favorite beverage, a book, or even a flashlight.

Posted on November 17, 2012 by Derek Hansen –> Read complete article


Derek Hansen Derek Hansen is a lightweight backpacker, Scoutmaster, and “hammock enthusiast” who enjoyed his first hammock hang at age 14 at the BSA Beaver High Adventure base in Utah. The hammock he used then was a compact net style that was strung up in an “Ewok Village” constructed from log platforms lashed up high in the pines. Derek rediscovered the wonders hammock camping 16 years later in Virginia, and has been avoiding the ground ever since. Web site: TheUltimatehang.com




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