Installation Of The Tie & Go

Tie & Go Installation Sheet


TIE & GO INSTALLATION
1) Keep line flat--no twists
2) Half hitch around inline uprights
3) Set proper tension between each in line upright
4) 2 feet above soil or canopy of crop
5) Unroll only at point of installation

INLINE UPRIGHT/ANCHOR POINTS
1) Use post tops, steel posts or bamboo
(wrap duct tape around rusty or rough contact points)
2) Must be strong enough to endure line tension in wind
3) Upright fixing points 5' to 30' apart

INSTALLATION CONDITIONS
1) Calm wind to gentle breezes, morning or evening
2) Any temperature, 0 degrees F to 100 degrees F
3) Early spring installation/prevents nesting
Tie & Go Installation Sheet

PHONE OR EMAIL ANY UNUSUAL OR HELPFUL INSIGHTS
YOU MAY ENCOUNTER DURING INSTALLATION AND USE
816-341-5714 ~ Fred@FlyAwayBirdies.com
As the height of the installed line is raised above the ground level,
there will be an increased control area each side of the line.

The line must be kept taut but not pulled tight between two or more fixing points. Avoid twisting line. And avoid line contact with objects which will cause chafing and friction wear.


BOAT PROTECTION FROM DROPPINGS

Fly Away Birdies humming line is effective up to 15' either side of line. For best effect arrange some lines at cross angles to wind.

YACHTS 


Secure line to Forestay approximately 3' above deck. Stretch line taut to Shrouds and backstay. 

POWER CRAFT


Stretch line between two or more accessible points
           

AGRICULTURAL  BIRD PROTECTION

Low Crops


 Secure taut line 24" above crop, either above plants or between rows. Secure stakes should be not less than 5' apart. Line is effective up to 15' on either side. This allows up to 30' between parallel lines (depending on crop and bird pressure). Lines could be raised as crops grow.

BUSHES TREES AND VINES

The line should be set as near as possible to the buds or fruit. The fixing distances is like those indicated for low crops. For tall orchard trees it may be necessary to install line by attaching to a "may pole" and securing to the ground. Lines set at different angles and heights give the best effect. Ensure that lines are taut and NOT TWISTED.