snow peas

I've planted a row of snow peas along the back edge of my garden, a little midday shade there.
Now, I have little gardening experience and none with any peas. It's rained hard and most of my 5" to 6" tall plants (I think the cultivar grows 3' or so) are now in the dirt, so I think it's time to learn how to train them.
As I see it, I have a few options. I have some welded wire fence (holes about 2" * 4") and some similar plastic fencing. Is this reasonable for the snow peas to grow along? I have a friend growing hers along string at a 45 degree angle, but since she killed all hers last year, I'm hesitant to follow her example.
I'm think of anchoring the bottom of the fence near the plants and curving/arcing the fence outward. Is this a dumb thing to do?
I've got arugula, cukes, carrots, a couple cantalopes and honeydews, a couple tomatoes, a zuchini and a yellow pepper. And 3 mixed blueberries (in 100% pete moss) and a dwarf peach. I'll do my best, but I really don't expect to be successful with everything. That's sort of a heads up on possible questions to come and there's a little garden space left I'm clueless what to do with...
Jeff
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vines, cooks em... I grow snow peas and sugar peas every year; pop a few bamboo poles in the ground and tie a buncha strings across.
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