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    Success on bug net project

    I followed directions I found on Papa Smurf's site to make a nice tulle bug net. With stuff sack, 2.6 oz. Thanks Papa.

    One thing I added to the tail end is a "net keeper" cord that bunches it up like a saggy donut when not in use and it can go into the stuff sack that way so that it is really easy to put onto the foot end whoopie sling during setup without flailing around with the tulle material.
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