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    "Best" bugnet system?

    Hey all!

    I'm looking for the easiest, breathable, lightweight bug net system for my bridge hammock.

    Any and all suggestions are welcome.

    Thanks!

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    I'm speaking with no experience here, but Fronkies DIY bugnet looks pretty easy and universal.

    https://www.hammockforums.net/forum/...ghlight=bugnet
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    Quote Originally Posted by c0wb0y_hubs View Post
    I'm speaking with no experience here, but Fronkies DIY bugnet looks pretty easy and universal.

    https://www.hammockforums.net/forum/...ghlight=bugnet
    It would be unnecessarily big for a bridge hammock. As I recall, shug made a net for his bridge.


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    Great ideas!

    Now my next question.... anyone know where I can buy lightweight bugnet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toes View Post
    Great ideas!

    Now my next question.... anyone know where I can buy lightweight bugnet?
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    Thanks, hikingdad!

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    I'm making my Fronky out of tulle this weekend. For a noob like me, this method seems the most reasonable, easiest and cheap at this point.

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    If ya can sew at all.. The Fronkey beats My HH bug screens and my ENO bug nets..
    inexpensive. easy to make.Light weight. and most of all the tulle stuff is very very breathable
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigCarDaddy View Post
    I'm making my Fronky out of tulle this weekend. For a noob like me, this method seems the most reasonable, easiest and cheap at this point.
    Quote Originally Posted by Gresh View Post
    You'll never catch me saying an unkind word about the BIAS Buginator.
    Quote Originally Posted by Randy View Post
    If ya can sew at all.. The Fronkey beats My HH bug screens and my ENO bug nets..
    inexpensive. easy to make.Light weight. and most of all the tulle stuff is very very breathable
    I think you guys missed that the op said this was for a bridge hammcok.

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