Sorry. I'll stay on topic. :)
But, this forum thread is about jackleg fencing. I made my first section of jackleg fence today.
I imagine that you may need to build a tripod instead of a bipod.
If a person is
building a second jackleg fence inside a vertical fence (board or barbed wire), how does one do the bipod on a 90 degree corner?
I would think so, yes. The deer will cram themselves into gaps; best to fill them with short bits. You could easily weave long but thin diameter pieces in. This can be surprisingly strong. I've done this with willow in another fence style in the past. Deer also like to look at what they are jumping into. The more solid your fence looks, the less likely that deer will want to push through, particularly if there are enough beefier solidly wired in pieces that stop them when they make an attempt.
Is it useful to put "short" trees into the jackleg without attaching them?
Sounds like you got me figured. ;) I'm west of the junction a piece. I work out of Valemount.
I am guessing you are somewhere near Valemont (where highway 16 and 5(?) meet?
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