Tent recommendations for October/November

Discussion in 'Camping' started by 6 point 92, Jul 13, 2016.

  1. 6 point 92

    6 point 92 6 pointer

    Nov 13, 2012
    Looking to do a few hunting/ camping endeavors during October and early November. I was looking at the sportsmans guide teepee tents because of the price. Would it be possible to put a tent stove in one? Thanks in advance.
  2. BuckFeverFeen

    BuckFeverFeen 6 pointer

    Aug 4, 2015
    I have seen a video where a guy built/sewed a stove Jack into one of those tents or a similar tent but that's the only way.
  3. shaman

    shaman 8 pointer

    Jul 20, 2004
    Neave, KY, USA.
    Do some research. They're cheap for a reason.

    I would not want to share one of those tents with a stove. If it catches fire, you're toast.

    My feeling is that KY in October and November you're bumping into the end of 3-season tent weather. I've camped in 22F in a Eureka Timberline, and it was not pleasant. 4 -season tents holds heat in better. I'd go for a double-wall tent that took the fly all the way to the ground. By late-October, I usually moved into the back of my truck with the nice cap.
    Last edited: Aug 15, 2017
  4. LoneArrow

    LoneArrow 6 pointer

    Jul 21, 2016
    I am looking for a good 4season tent. Planing to hunt DBNF this Nov if all goes well.
  5. smashdn

    smashdn 12 pointer

    Nov 24, 2003
    Palmyra, Kentucky
    Bivy. Get way back there.
  6. Zeb

    Zeb 6 pointer

    May 20, 2008
    Goshen, KY
    We slept in a cheap 12x8 tent last gun season and used a Little Buddy heater. It worked surprisingly well. I was worried about CO and left the door flap opened a little at the top but didn't have any issues
  7. 120+

    120+ 12 pointer

    What sections? There are a lot of overhanging rocks that are the way to go with tent camping. You can setup your tent and never see a drop of rain on your fire.
  8. Feedman

    Feedman Cyber-Hunter

    May 28, 2003
    In the basement
    Take a tarp or two an put over an under your tent. Makes them warmer.
  9. McKarl Duke

    McKarl Duke Fawn

    Aug 29, 2017
    I have a Macpac Minaret tent and I love it. Durable and the floor is very waterproof.
  10. jfiscus

    jfiscus 6 pointer

    Nov 19, 2013
    Kenton County
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  11. ptbrauch

    ptbrauch 12 pointer

    Nov 10, 2004
    Couldn't you just take a regular sleeping bag and run the hammock through the bottom end at the zipper and get the same thing?
  12. jfiscus

    jfiscus 6 pointer

    Nov 19, 2013
    Kenton County
    I am not an expert on why it doesn't work, but it doesn't. I have tried and froze my butt off.
  13. carnivore

    carnivore 12 pointer

    Nov 17, 2007
    California ky
    I purchased a high quality sleeping bag designed for cold temps. As long as i am dry and zipped up and around my head, I stay warm. X2 on the extra tarps its a good way to keep moisture out as well as extra insulation.
  14. smashdn

    smashdn 12 pointer

    Nov 24, 2003
    Palmyra, Kentucky
    Buy what you want but I would not recommend anything with integrated insulation.

    You are A) not going to want to pack it (bulk) when you don't need it and B) not always going to need it. You may start out not needing any insulation when you first lie down but if it drops below 70 your rearend will get cold. I'll use an underquilt and just stuff a jacket under my legs and if my top gets cold I'll pull the jacket over me.

    I have a warbonnet blackbird and Hennessey expedition and several tarps of different sizes.
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  15. KYBOY

    KYBOY 12 pointer

    Apr 21, 2005
    I've heard good things about those hammocks. I had a custom made by a guy on hammock forums. I got dumb and sold it. Now I need to buy another

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