My big garden consists of a wire fence area and a connected annex with only deer netting. After two incidents in two days of a deer getting in through the wire fence I'm forced to put up deer netting around that part to. But I learned an easy way while putting netting back up after said deer went through the netting to get out of the garden. I run cotton clothes line around the top of the posts at 6.5 ft and simply hang the netting on the clothes line (with clothes pins) instead of tieing off to the posts. I also run clothes line around at waist level so the deer know where the barrier is (similar to marking a fence to make it visible to horses.)
My deer are used to squeezing through briars so they will squeeze through broken sections of the rusty wire fence rather than jumping over, believe it or not. I couldn't believe the hole this one went through but hair was stuck to the wires.
After two hits my peas and lettuce are mostly eaten and the sunchoke is down to sticks. On a good note the strawberry patch was thinned out so that I can better see the berries.
I saw the first little fawn in the back yard today...only a few days old.