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John Mowery (Mow) - BPL Forum Member

My Locale Minnesota, USA
About Me Grew up in Minnesota, became an adult in Colorado, lost a bet and moved back to Minnesota. I spend a great deal of time each summer chasing backcountry trout in the Rockies.
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All Forum Posts by John Mowery

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FS: Montbell Thermawrap Jacket
Montbell Thermawrap Jacket Price: $85 Color: Blue Size: Mens Medium I used this jacket on a trip this fall and it's just too small. (I'm 5 10, 175lbs) It's in excellent conditio...

In Gear Swap » FS: Montbell Thermawrap Jacket
February 06, 3:18pm

Re: for sale
Is the Soul bivy made with eVent?

In Gear Swap » for sale
February 01, 3:00pm

FS: Variety of Gear
For Sale: UnderCover and UnderPad for Hennessy Hammock Ultralight Backpacker A-Sym. Condition: Used, good condition. Price: $80 *There is a tiny hole in the underpad. Hennessy Hammock Snak...

In Gear Swap » Lighweight Gear Sale
January 26, 5:01pm

Simms makes a pair of wading sandals with felt bottoms. Those, in combination with wading socks, are great fishing shoes. Sans wading socks theyre great camp shoes. Cloudveil and Patagonai bot...

In Fishing » Ultralight wading shoes
January 02, 2:38pm

Love to
Drop me a line johnmrandom (at) mac (dot) com I have several long trips planed later this summer.

In GEAR » Beta Testers Wanted
July 12, 8:55am

Hennessy Supershelter
Douglas- I just purchased the supershelter and find the pad to be a bit of a hinderance when getting in and out of the hammock. Do you have any suggestions? Also, do use a thermal blanket in com...

In GEAR » Hammock Tips for Cold and Blowing Rain?
May 07, 11:50am

Foil blanket with a hammock
On the Hennessy Hammock website it recommends using a foil blanket in combination with their new 4-season Super Shelter. Is that suggestion rubbish?

In GEAR » Foil Blanket - Sleeping
April 23, 9:23am

Re: Thorofare, Yellowstone NP
Thanks Mike. We're headed that way around the first of September, so bugs should be way down. Any favorite fishing spots I need to see?

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Thorofare, Yellowstone NP
April 15, 8:49am

Re: Backpackers with Speep Apnea
I can't say I have sleep apnea, but I do snore very bad and don't normally get a very restful nights sleep. This is regardless of whether or not I am at home or in the bush. I have started slee...

In Philosophy & Technique » Any backpackers with Sleep Apnea?
April 02, 10:09pm

Lafuma Warm n Light One Kilo Down
I'd like to trade a Lafuma Warm n' Light one kilo 650 fill down bag for a +/- 25 degree synthetic bag. Here is a detailed explination: The bag is ...

In Gear Swap » Lafuma Warm n Light One Kilo Down
March 27, 8:05pm

All Reader Reviews by John Mowery

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Mountain Laurel Designs Silnylon Poncho Tarp
This is my favorite piece of gear. I use it as a "cooking shelter" while I'm hammock camping in griz country. I've also used it in combination with a bivy. My version is 8 feet 6 ...

In Shelters - Tarps & Floorless
August 27, 10:49am

Mountain Laurel Designs Soul Bivy Side Zip (eVent Top)
This is an exceptional piece of gear. Very well made and thought out. The side zip makes getting in and out of the bivy very easy. The straps secure a sleep pad well. The mosquito netting does a n...

In Shelters - Bivy Sacks
August 27, 10:40am