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    best source of bug netting

    Hi All, any ideas where to get good bug netting? Thanks

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    I think I bought mine from JRB.
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    Scott at backwoodsdaydreamer.com sells no-see-um by the yard. I have experienced nothing but excellent customer servce and pricing from him.
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    Thanks - I'll try Scott

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    Scott at BWDD has good bugnet at a great price. His has a stiffer hand and is therefore easier to work with. Thru-hiker has super lightweight nano seeum bug net that is 1/3 lighter but is very stretchy, so a challenge to work with.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MAD777 View Post
    Scott at BWDD has good bugnet at a great price. His has a stiffer hand and is therefore easier to work with. Thru-hiker has super lightweight nano seeum bug net that is 1/3 lighter but is very stretchy, so a challenge to work with.
    I noticed Scott's no-see-um was a little stiff but I put together a set of snake skins and had no issues with sewing them. I have heard of people talking about the stretch and was unaware of different types of no-see-um. Always learning...
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    and there's this place, from a link from Scott's page:

    http://shop.vtarmynavy.com/insect-netting-c95.aspx

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