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    A cheap roe safe

    I would love a roe safe but cant really justify the cost of a new one.

    Whilst trekking round IKEA earlier today, I picked up one of the following items:

    http://www.ikea.com/gb/en/catalog/products/44361010/?query=bryne

    At £7.99 it is considerably cheaper than the likes of a roe safe and is machine washable. I just need to get a hulahoop or something similar to widen the bottom end a bit, my thoughts being to put the hoop under the hanging deer and tie a knot in the excess netting.

    Planning to put a gambrel in the top to hang the deer from.

    Suitable for roe deer.

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    did you get the hot dog or the meatballs?

    Quote Originally Posted by david1976 View Post
    I would love a roe safe but cant really justify the cost of a new one.

    Whilst trekking round IKEA earlier today, I picked up one of the following items:

    http://www.ikea.com/gb/en/catalog/products/44361010/?query=bryne

    At £7.99 it is considerably cheaper than the likes of a roe safe and is machine washable. I just need to get a hulahoop or something similar to widen the bottom end a bit, my thoughts being to put the hoop under the hanging deer and tie a knot in the excess netting.

    Planning to put a gambrel in the top to hang the deer from.

    Suitable for roe deer.

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    Definitely meatballs 10, 15 or 20...no red sauce ta, endless coffee...I will look at the nets next time i`m taken to Bristol....ta
    Last edited by sparko; 03-04-2012 at 21:16.

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    Normally i go for meatballs chips and gravy and dimebar cake for pudding but in a rush today due to the bad weather.

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    aohh,,the dime bar cake,,,nice choice I do like the idea of the midge net though, well thought out.

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    That looks like a very good idea to me. but I'll pass on the meatballs. lol
    I can speak in-depth and with great knowledge about most subjects until some bugger who actually knows what he is speaking about opens his gob .

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    DIY is always a good option, especially given the cost of gear. We're not all tackle tarts are we!

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    They also do Hooks for hanging ETC.

    Good call

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    What a great spot ill be popin into ikea soon
    Quote Originally Posted by david1976 View Post
    I would love a roe safe but cant really justify the cost of a new one.

    Whilst trekking round IKEA earlier today, I picked up one of the following items:

    http://www.ikea.com/gb/en/catalog/products/44361010/?query=bryne

    At £7.99 it is considerably cheaper than the likes of a roe safe and is machine washable. I just need to get a hulahoop or something similar to widen the bottom end a bit, my thoughts being to put the hoop under the hanging deer and tie a knot in the excess netting.

    Planning to put a gambrel in the top to hang the deer from.

    Suitable for roe deer.

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    I've picked a couple up down side was only had kids ones so mine has clouds stiched on t netting !! They also do a curtain of the same material which could be cut down for use in the field and there would be enough left over to make a similar cover using off cuts of t blue water pipe as t frame??!

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