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yes it happens but less often as the season goes along, at the start theres more rabbits to catch. if you get a few between the pegs it might happen, more so if the pegs are far apart. i like to have the top line tight as i can to it cant be pulled down so easily, it does not aways go out like that but we try

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If you have the right amount of bagging / slack, and with no tension in the net , only in the top and bottom lines, and a bit less in the bottom line if the ground is uneven, and with your pegs sloping slightly away from the direction of the feeding rabbits , this should tangle them and stop them bouncing back out. It may still happen on the odd occasion , but with everything in place it will drastically reduce the number of escapees. Good luck mate.

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