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Eagles Nest Outfitters House Fly Rain Tarp


Sale Price $97.95


You Save $42.00 30%

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Sale Price $97.95


You Save $42.00 30%

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Availability: In Stock!

Ships Monday.
Item # ENOP4203M
Whether used independently
or with your hammock, the House Fly rain tarp from Eagles Nest Outfitters (ENO)
allows you to enjoy the outdoors even in wet conditions. Overlapping doors and
10' 6" x 10’ dimensions ensure that you and your hammock stay dry.
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Whether used independently or with your hammock, the House Fly rain tarp from Eagles Nest Outfitters (ENO) allows you to enjoy the outdoors even in wet conditions. Overlapping doors and 10' 6" x 10’ dimensions ensure that you and your hammock stay dry.

The largest of ENO’s rain tarps, but weighing a mere 27 ounces, the House Fly is designed to be used with ENO SingleNest or DoubleNest hammocks, but can be used with virtually any hammock or independently. Made entirely of PU-treated 15D Sil nylon, the House Fly offers reliable weather protection. Overlapping doors with buckles allow you to stow them out of the way when the weather is fair or batten down the hatches when a surprise storm blows in. When not in use, the House Fly packs down into its own integrated stuff sack.

The ENO House Fly rain tarp is sold individually (hammock sold separately). NOTE: ENO rain tarps do not come with stakes.

  • Double Stitched and Taped Seams
  • Overlapping, Stowable Doors
  • Largest Coverage Area



Best Use Backpacking, Camping


Real Customer Reviews

Average Rating:
(based on 13 real customer reviews)

1-10 of 13

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Great Protection
Reviewed by Andrew J. - August 13, 2018

Likes: Does help keep majority wind off of you when in the hammock. Easy to setup and tare down. Perfect fit for ENO doublenest hammock.

Dislikes: No stakes included. Remember to bring a blanket or insulated layer as the underside of the hammock can get brisk.

I love it
Reviewed by Jim H. - July 1, 2018

Likes: The ENO Housefly is an awesome product. I have been a huge ENO fan for several years anyway. I originally built a hammock system with a Double Nest, Guardian Bugnet, Dryfly and Slapstraps. I have been wanting a Housefly for years but wasn't willing to pull the trigger on it for 140.00. So was researching other brands as an alternate. Found it here for 30% off which was an incredible price, so yup I pulled the trigger.Finally had a chance to use it on a Kayak Camping trip and I was impressed. My buddy has a Chill Gorilla Wond Fortress 2. The Housefly isn't quite as big but appears to be a lot better . Just the look of it has high quality written all over it. We both pitched ours in porch mode with the porches facing one another and could sit n the shade and talk , cook and relax while talking. Awesome product. High quality stitching and drip lines made into this tarp make it a definite keeper along with the taped seems and tensioner a built into the tie points.The Chill Gorilla has to be seem sealed, The ENO is ready to go out of the box, no maintenance required. Some folks speak of a bad smell, mine had none. Count me as a happy camper and thank you Back Country Edge for providing such great products!!!

Dislikes: I don't have a problem with buying tent stakes like some folks. The cordage that comes with I'm not wild about. Very thin and so slick a taut line hitch can't get enough friction to grab. I immediately replaced all cordage with 13 foot reflective tie outs, but that's just me. Not wild about tripping over guy lines at night.

It's an amazing tarp.
Reviewed by Jasmine S. - March 26, 2018

Likes: The clip to get in and out through the doors
Big tarp with plenty of space undernearh

Dislikes: Doesn't come with tent stakes
Only two color choices

Wind protection
Reviewed by Don D. - January 12, 2018

Likes: LOVE being able to close the ends. Slept in the hammock Ohio new years night at negative 3 and that tarp made all the difference. LOVE IT!

Dislikes: Would be nice to have reflective tie out lines, but that’s an extra with ANY product. No stakes, but everyone likes their own style anyway.

Reviewed by Eli H. - December 5, 2017

Likes: I absolutely love the side doors

Dislikes: That is does not come with any stakes

Awesome Hammock Shelter
Reviewed by Paul K. - November 25, 2017

Likes: Great full coverage tarp that will protect you in foul weather. I have used The House Tarp with my hammock and also for a light weight tent along with a ground tarp and Bivy Bag.

Dislikes: This tarp would be even better with a few more tie-out points.

Does what I want it to do!
Reviewed by Anthony S. - October 23, 2017

Likes: It's big - big enough to cover my Skeeter Beeter Pro, which is slightly oversized in and of itself. It's flexible - doors open or closed, it'll do what you need it to do. As others have mentioned, it doesn't have it's own ridgeline, which may or may not be a big deal. I generally string up enough paracord anyway that I can handle any hanging I need to hang.

Dislikes: Did start out with a bit of a strong smell, but I left it stretched out in my garage for a while and it's gotten considerably less noticeable. YMMV, but I think exposure to nature will take care of it quickly.

Great product. Highly recommended.
Reviewed by Jeff T. - September 20, 2017

Likes: Just like being in a tent. Temperature in the 40's and it kept the cool air out.

Dislikes: None.

Highly Recommend!!!
Reviewed by Gautam B. - June 12, 2017

Likes: - Truly waterPROOF
- Convertible into fly without the doors so you can use as shade or open up the space underneath when not sleeping
- Lightweight
- Functional
- Well-designed
- Great color (Orange)
- Utility cords included

Dislikes: None as of now!

Great Tarp
Reviewed by Ben M. - December 4, 2015

Likes: size is big and no worry of not covering you on the ends. silnylon is legit... 100% waterproof just makes me feel good. door flaps are easy to change from open to close and there are more variations of the use of this with a few trekking poles or sticks. love the quick cinch on all the cordage... im use to my homemade tarp where duct tape, special knots and paracord is everywhere. once you get the cord around the tree or stakes, just give a lift on the "cinchers" and pull tight and it locks into place... no knots needed. eno is in Asheville, nc and I live in charlotte so I dig a local outfit. ive been gawking over my friends house fly for some time now and when I saw the 20% off here at back country edge with a free tshirt too, I was sold. originally saw the product review video on youtube and that's how I found

Dislikes: out of the bag this thing smells like fish. buddy of mines smelled like that for a while but it goes away... must be the sil. doesn't come with stakes... which is not a problem but you need to know that up front. the material stretches so what was taught at bed time will more than likely not be when you wake up. there is no ridge line that runs under the tarp to hang stuff from. its kind of a good thing that it doesn't "need" a ridgeline... the ends of the tarp have cord and a locking mechanism right to the tree, but if you are wanting to hang lights or gear, youll need to run some line under it. no big deal at all.

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