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    HUG net

    Has anyone used the HUG bug net yet? I have yet to buy a bug net for my set up, and have been pondering that one for a while. I wanted to hear some feedback from you guys before I made my decision one way or another.

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    HUG bug net???
    "Tenting is equivalent to a bum crawling into a cardboard box, hammocking is an art" KK

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    Quote Originally Posted by kayak karl View Post
    HUG bug net???
    http://arrowheadequipment.webs.com/a...s/show/3021001
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    Hug Net

    Just got mine so as soon as I try it out I'll shoot you a report. Hopefully next weekend...Bush

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    Quote Originally Posted by BushMedic View Post
    Just got mine so as soon as I try it out I'll shoot you a report. Hopefully next weekend...Bush
    Please do! I am seriously considering this as an alternative to a traditional net. I just want to see what everyone else's experiences with the HUG are.
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    You should be more than okay with the HUG net. I designed the HUG to be minimalistic, so be sure that is what you're looking for. It certainly isn't one of those big bug net palaces out there. The HUG works when it is used correctly.

    I worked with Paul at AHE who is now selling the HUG or you can make one up DIY style.

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