That looks like a super easy net to make. I may have to try one. Thanks for posting such a good video and step by step photos, that really helps.
Thanks again, Fronkey!
Am just about to try my hand at building myself a bridge hammock and have been trying to think about a way to build a removable net that isn't as fussy to make as some of the bridge netting that I have seen. I like the wrap-around net that I have from Warbonnet Guy that I use right now and was thinking about trying to modify that style for my bridge somehow. Your bungee bottom is even better and I will now use that as a starting point.
Any ideas out there for how to convert this to work with a bridge would also be great
Just really love the idea of being able to remove the net when the weather gets cooler to offset the weight of the heavier UQ/TQ's. Man, really loving the bungee bottom idea!
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Are you making a Grizz Bridge too?
The net would for sure work with a bridge hammock and I've already thought of some ways on how to do it as well. Once I make a bridge hammock, I will probable re-hash these instructions so someone can apply it to a bridge.
I sorta morphed it from Grizz's and Hangouts bug nets.
Ok Dawg, you got tons of kudoso for this,,,,that is good stuff.
Ya know I am not a gram counter but when I picked up the tullee (sp) That stuff is light....
Thanks for the incentive for me to jump start the sewing machine again.
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All, to roll with this idea, could a climate pod be made out of rip-stop with the same plan?
For those with shorter hammocks, you could use mosquito nets from Academy/Wal mart. They are 8 bucks and would have enough material.
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Fronkey, love your videos. Top notch.
This just came at the right time. I've been wanting to make a removable bugnet for my GT Utralight. This is perfect! Really enjoy your vids as well!
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