Thank you to everyone who participated in the March 2023 Fox Hunt!
This time, we hid two transmitters on separate frequencies. Bill – KD1Z and Jeff – KD9VBC set up one transmitter, while Matt – AF9Q set up another. Both transmitters proved to be difficult to find, and it took the entire allotted time to complete the hunt.
In the end, the “Team Haney” team with Gene – WB9ZKY, Bonnie – WB9ZKX, and Al – N9ZWJ were able to find both transmitters. The “Beer Battered Boys” team with Fred – K9SO and Jeff – KC9JOB came very close but ran out of time.
After the hunt, we enjoyed great company, beer, and wings at Doobie’s Beer Joint. Thank you all for participating!
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Welcome to January 2023 fox hunt. This is going to be an easy, drive up style, hunt with just one hidden transmitter.
We meet for breakfast at The Meadows Family Restaurant at 8am on Saturday morning January 14th and start the hunt at 10am by checking in to the net on LRA 2m repeater 147.270 + .6 PL 127.3. If anyone has to cut out before 12pm, please let the Fox know. This way we will know how many people are participating. The Fox may be also providing hints so please keep a radio tuned to this net at all times.
The hunt area
The hunt area is pretty large so there may be a decent amount of driving involved. Fox will be hidden with the transmitter, somewhere between Lake Michigan in the East, US highway 45 in the West, and between 7 mile Rd. in the North and State highway 50 in the South.
The transmitter will start transmitting at 10am for 15 seconds and repeat the sequence every 45 seconds until 12:00pm on 147.520MHz.
Equipped – Hunter team using any kind of automatic direction finding equipment, such as Doppler, KrakenSDR, etc.
SOP – Seat Of Pants – Hunt team using any kind of direction finding equipment from an HT radio to yagi antennas, attenuators, etc.
Winner is determined by the time of arrival. Member of the hunt team needs to come up and touch the Fox’s car. After the fox hunt we’ll go to some local establishment where we will celebrate and share our experiences and critique.
Dec 18th 2022 once again at Tailgaters in Caledonia WI.
The Lakeshore Repeater Association Members Christmas party once again at Tailgaters in Caledonia, WI. We enjoyed yummy cocktails, had a delicious dinner followed by exchange of presents. Thank you to all who attended and those who made it possible.
Pictures from the 2021 Lakeshore Repeater Association Members Christmas party.
On Sunday, December 19th, 2021 The Lakeshore Repeater Association Members Christmas party. took place at Tailgaters in Caledonia, WI. We had good cocktails, delicious dinner followed by exchange of presents. Thank you to all who attended and those who made it possible.