absolutly, have had acorn,buttercup,butternut, and spaghetti squash all on fencing, also cucumbers and muskmelons. i use hog panels which you can get at a fleet store, cut in half lengths(come in 8 and 12 foot lengths)
turn on end stick stubs in dirt and put a tee post behind and wire it together. quicck n ez and last forever. they have 6"x6" squares which works great. wish i hhad pics. this year i will. another topic for tomatoes i take roll fencing and make a circle around 3 foot across, plant maters around outside and tie cages to the fence circle. inside the circle i throw grass clippings,leaves i bagged prev fall, etc. layer green and carbon and let it turn into compost. only thing i do is make sure keep moist, dont let it go dry. every time it rains or you add water to it the compost tea leaches into ground fertilizing ur maters. have had some pretty awsome maters since i started this.