We are planning to have a beginner and advanced transmitter hunt (ARDF/fox hunt) at 11 AM on Saturday, a beginner hunt at 11 AM Sunday and an advanced hunt at noon on Sunday. The frequencies will be 146.565 MHz and 144.250 MHz. Bring your own receiver with S-meter, preferably with a yagi or loop antenna. Transmitters will be outdoors on the grounds of the Marriott.

Prizes will be awarded.

Sign up online and/or come to the FOXHUNT canopy.

Brian Zoraster KA6ZED

I got my General license last year at Pacificon after the one day class by Paul K6FRC and Rich KN6FW. I was immediately interested when they talked about radio direction finding, aka Foxhunting. I found Radio Direction Finding - San Francisco (rdf-sf.org) and joined them for their hunts.  I am new to this hobby and very excited.

Darryl Widman KF6DI, Santa Barbara ARC

My background in Transmitter Hunting goes back almost a half century. I delight in using things I already have and modifying them to do what I want them to do! On Sunday I would be happy to show you what I did that made me a contender in T-Hunts.

rdf-sf.org        norcalfox.net        openardf.org

homingin.com        arrl.org/radio-orienteering

arrl.org/qst May 2023, page 55 "Beginner Foxhunting" is about radio direction-finding.

arrl.org/On-the-Air-Magazine Sept/Oct 2023, page 16 "Foxhunting Basics"

arrl.org/On-the-Air-Magazine Mar/Apr 2023, page 16 "Radio Orienteering" is about competitive orienteering

Two Meter PVC, threaded rod or tape measure plans

Products: ElkAntennas.com, ArrowAntennas.com, DiamondAntenna.net

Sign up and/or come to the FOXHUNT canopy.

The transmitters we use include the byonics.com/mf MicroFox 15s which transmits about 15 milliwatts and MicroFox PicCon which transmits about 500 milliwatts. We hope this information will help those interested in putting on foxhunts for your own clubs.