Hagen Laguna Protective Pond Netting - Black - 15 Feet X 12 Ft

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by S. Daily Date Added: Sunday 21 July, 2013

The pond netting for my pond is to keep the critters out especially cats. The difficulty I have is stretching it across the pond. The netting itself stretch's so I have a lot of netting rolled up on the side. It does not look bad but I should have gotten a smaller size. It looks almost invisible in the pond and would suggest it with no reservations.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
by marie Date Added: Friday 21 June, 2013


Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
by DB550 "DB118" Date Added: Sunday 21 April, 2013

Recently installed netting, and it was a reasonably simple process. The only issue was that it was necessary to purchase additional stakes to adequately secure the net across the pond. Also, had to cut a hole in the net approximately two feet from the pond border in order to provide a hole for a plant to grow through. Having done so, the netting appeared to maintain its tensile strength well, even when stretched to the max.

Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]
by A. Davis Date Added: Friday 19 April, 2013

This is very big and has alittle stretch to it. My pond and water fall happen to be in the great forest of WV, so I needed something to keep all the leaves and nuts out of my pond. It worked and it is in very good condition for being outside all winter. I probably will gets years out of it.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
by Top Reviewer #2 ChandlersReviewsAtYahooDotCom Date Added: Tuesday 09 April, 2013

Just yesterday I finally tamed my one of my koi fish, "Sushi", (yes I know it's wrong to name her that but it makes me laugh, just like the chicken named "Nugget"...) to come to me when she heard my voice and come out to eat. This has taken only 2 week of training and I have to admit, I fell madly in love with her when she began letting me pet her and being affectionate.Then the dang Great Blue Heron came...It snacked on the goldfish and tiny koi I think (although they may still be in hiding) but, fortunately, our pond has many natural hiding places in spite of non-stop Heron fishing this week. Sushi is just fine but she and her fish "kin" are a tad scared lately. As can be expected...she has grown a tad more shy.Still, when you have new koi and you just fell in love with your favorite one, you don't want to feed the birds, as pretty as they may be.Hence, I go into lock down.This is only step one in my measurements this week of protection. Yet, Heron Boy has grown shy as well. Thankfully. Go eat the minnows next door, H-boy....these fish are on lockdown. After never being able to see the pond without a heron beside it, now he's finally gone, after netting protection.I have protected hens from hawks before and used a variety of netting...but this is made for pond predators and more heavy duty because of it. In fact, I found a stray cat LAYING ON TOP of it, like a kitty hammock...it's that strong that he could not break through so, apparently worn out from the effort, decided to sunbathe the stress of the day away...and it held the kitty in for relaxation but not allowing the netting to be worked through for fast food.Not easily clawed. Not easily torn.. Stretches well.It is 15'x12' and the black color makes it virtually invisible to people, but visible to birds so they don't get caught in it.It prevents against water pollution by catching leaves.It reduces pond maintenanceBut, more importantly, it gives fish at least one area of your stream where they can kick back and put their fins up and not worry about dinner plans that evening......as in BEING sushi.Update: We have had this many months now and all predators have completely moved on to the point that we are loaded with minnows and koi never hide..ever. the heron is still seen in the neighborhood but his daily visits to our pond vanished.Nothing but net.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
by chuckccampbell Date Added: Wednesday 20 February, 2013

Pond cover is much better the last two covers...the Great Blue Heron said...booooooo. no food for me...the raccoon said the same.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
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