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    Senior Member Annie's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by rigidpsycho View Post
    are you wanting the bugnet to hang higher like this http://www.thetravelhammock.com/products/skeeter_ul.htm

    I'd love that, but that's a whole other hammock, right?

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    Search for 4-in-1 for my system. Basically a $2 / yd mosquito net, ~10' long x ~ 5' wide, hung over the ridgeline, shaped at the ends to clip some weight, with some strategic placements of velcro. Not a problem hanging in your face. Don't need any spreaders to keep it off your face.

    If it works in Alabama in the summertime, it should work anywhere.

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    Senior Member rigidpsycho's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Annie View Post
    I'd love that, but that's a whole other hammock, right?
    Yeah that is the Skeeter Beeter UL. I just posted that pic to see if that is what you wanted in your bugnet being higher. I have the Skeeter Beeeter Pro and love the net being way off my face.
    Chris

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    Quote Originally Posted by Annie View Post
    I can get the noseum.



    http://www.scs-mall.com/mosquito-net...p?number=MNZ11

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    "Every day above ground is a good day"

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    Quote Originally Posted by tight-wad View Post
    Search for 4-in-1 for my system. Basically a $2 / yd mosquito net, ~10' long x ~ 5' wide, hung over the ridgeline, shaped at the ends to clip some weight, with some strategic placements of velcro. Not a problem hanging in your face. Don't need any spreaders to keep it off your face.

    If it works in Alabama in the summertime, it should work anywhere.
    Hi i know that this is an old tread but i was wondering if you got the direction on how to make it work. i'm also looking for a way for a rectangular bug net to work with a hammock and tarp. thanks in advance

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    “i'm also looking for a way for a rectangular bug net to work with a hammock and tarp” darkhawk

    Claytor’s bug net is a rectangle same size as hammock, this allows hammock to go 180 when no bug net is needed.
    http://www.hammockforums.net/forum/s...6588#post96588
    post 6.

    I have no problem using the Speer 8X10 cat-tarp hung fair weather high but side pullouts would allow for a lower tarp and bug net foul weather hang.

    John
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    dually thanks for your help i think i got a general idea on how to put it. Now i guess i need time to see if it works. Thanks

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