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

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    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

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    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

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    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

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

    smashdn 12 pointer

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    Bivy. Get way back there.
     
  6. Zeb

    Zeb 6 pointer

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    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

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    Take a tarp or two an put over an under your tent. Makes them warmer.
     
  9. McKarl Duke

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    I have a Macpac Minaret tent and I love it. Durable and the floor is very waterproof.
     

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