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27 minutes ago, Guss33 said:

This is one of the Purse nets I mad up its 6 foot long its a piece of fishing net cut into a square and for the rings I used key rings. Put the draw strings in and their it is. A bit rough but works well. On mate of mine did have a good idea to extend the draw strings and have a pin at both ends which is something I will do on some to see how it works. But I don’t use them that often mainly under logs and large openings. 

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We call double pegged nets poke nets pal👍 An that ground net looks okay but how do you lift an store it? More like a fishing net? Used smaller version to hang over a gate to net hares but tbh in end we used a stop net ( 12 ye long net) instead about 10 yds behind gate an it worked better for us

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The ground nets are around 20 feet long and we store them in buckets. Does anyone have any photos of the poke nets on how they do the double pins it looks simple but I do want to get it correct. 

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9 minutes ago, Guss33 said:

The ground nets are around 20 feet long and we store them in buckets. Does anyone have any photos of the poke nets on how they do the double pins it looks simple but I do want to get it correct. 

Give me half hour an I’ll get you a pic of net 👍

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On 31/03/2021 at 09:08, Guss33 said:

Here are the photos of the net the outer mesh is 30mm and the middle mesh is 120 mm as I did measured it. It was origanly a fishing net when I got it and I removed the floats and lead weights and just hang it up and it has worked very well. The down fall it picks up every leaf and twigs it touches and the rabbits very really get away but not so easy to get out. 

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That's a trammel net Guss 

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On 01/04/2021 at 23:32, Guss33 said:

The ground nets are around 20 feet long and we store them in buckets. Does anyone have any photos of the poke nets on how they do the double pins it looks simple but I do want to get it correct. 

Double pegged poke net, sorry pal I complete forgot till now 😳A66DE00C-38C7-42E5-8D2C-4E44D51A2BB6.jpeg.5f201156869dddffa18c0f5af207a29a.jpegB632EBB7-7F69-4F1F-AAC1-EE3B66C4D44D.jpeg.bb999a7748ac1f46cb711c336a2d316c.jpeg9D63C2EF-6595-40D3-B49C-88578F197F3B.jpeg.8e3623e9785f31f20fcea61da48a306c.jpeg

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Thank buddy I thought that was how to do it. Greatly appreciated anyway it’s Easter Sunday so happy Easter ever one out their and have a great day. 

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