T-hunting, also known as fox-hunting and bunny-hunting, is another great way to enjoy amateur radio. Searching for hidden transmitters on foot or on the road provides fun and challenges, and is a great way to involve kids and families in our hobby.
It doesn't take much to start T-hunting. You can have fun with a 2-meter receiver and a paperclip, or you can build or buy a variety of antennas and devices.
We're looking to build an active mobile- and foot-hunting group in Western Washington state, to support all levels of interest.
11 Apr 2010 -- Foot hunt at University of Washington campus, hosted by Art and Jamie. More information
Check out the mug shots of people at our events!
26 Aug 06 -- Foot hunt in the Sequim/Port Angeles area, hosted by Neil Robin WA7NBF. Hunt report
23 Jul 06 -- Picnic and foot hunt at St. Edwards State Park. More information
21 May 06 -- Foot hunt at University of Washington campus. Hunt report
12 Nov 05 -- Mobile/foot hunt at Sequim, hosted by Neil Robin WA7NBF. Hunt report
15 May 05 -- Foot hunt at University of Washington campus, hosted by Art and Jamie. Hunt report
For more information, including exact times and directions to events, please contact us!
And join the NW Radio Direction Finding forum at Yahoo! Groups to ask questions and get together with fellow enthusiasts in the Pacific Northwest!