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    Here's another one. Since I am certain things are going to be VERY wet on my SE goat hunt, I was wondering if I should Scotch-guard the BOTTOM of my sleeping bag to prevent water from my pad and tent floor from soaking the bottom of my bag. Anyone who has done a backpack hunt in SE kindly pass on what you experienced. Where's Johnnie (Muskeg) when you need him??? Thank you.

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    Oct 2005


    Man... I would say get a tent that doesn't leak. If you think your gonna have water in the tent then get a bivy and put your synthetic bag and pad in it. Scotch guard won't do it.

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    Sep 2007
    soon to be back in Alaska


    Cut a peice of plastic to fit the footprint of your tent and put it on the inside of your tent. Then if water gets into your tent you still have a layer of protection between you and the water.
    It ain't about the # of pounds of meat we bring back, nor about how much we spent to go do it. Its about seeing what no one else sees.


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