Junkpole fences are nifty ways of turning a forest fire fuel material into a fence to keep critters in or out of an area. If built with some creativity they can be made with minimal fasteners. Before we build a new one, let's repair an existing fence to get the hang of it.
Sometimes some of the sticks in a fence rotted and need to be replaced. Sometimes a nail needs to be replaced. Sometimes the green junkpoles dries and shrunk a bit, so a few more junkpoles should be added. Sometimes several loose junkpoles have bunched up to one side, making a bit of a gap at the top that is too big - so adding a few sticks as spacers or a few upside down junkpoles will help. Sometimes there is too much gap between the horizontal poles because there are some junkpoles that are really fat - either shave down the fat junkpoles or replace them. Maybe add some rocks near the bottom of the fence to discourage baby chicks from getting through. Sometimes a fence post is loose or a rock jack needs some love - mend. Some of the older junkpole fences were built in a way that is not "the new way" - taking them apart and rebuilding them goes pretty quick. Overall, make sure that the fence is chicken and deer tight and ready to stand for years of solid service!