Will it work?
Having torn up two attempts at a tulle net, not satisfied with a military surplus one (too heavy), and needing a break from the UQ project, I made a bug net with nano-see-um from Zpacks.
It seems to me that the hardest part of a bug net is getting in and out of it. I read somewhere that mosquitoes are too dumb to attack from below. The military one I used on a trip to Arkansas and in the yard for several nights seemed to confirm that. If that is true then I've put together a very easy bug net: sewed up three sides with tiny holes for UCR suspension at the top corners, left the bottom open, and sides square to the world. That leaves enough opening to simply lift the net up to get out. It could also be tied up completely to the SRL.
Am I going to be bug bait?