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"It's a fine fox chase, my boys!"
George Washington, Battle of Princeton, 1777

A QRP Fox Hunt is a series of 90 minute Amateur Radio events during which low-power (QRP) stations, or "Hounds," attempt to make contact with specific QRP stations designated as "The Fox."

The 2015-2016
Winter QRP Fox Hunts


The Winter 2015-2016 40M Fox Hunt will begin on Tuesday, November 3rd, 2015 and run through Tuesday, March 22, 2016.  There will be no hunts during the weeks of the Thanksgiving, Christmas holidays, and New Years holidays. There will be a total of 38 hunts instead of 40.

40M Fox Hunt Schedule
40M  Fox Results
40M  Hound Results


The Winter 2015-2016 80M Fox Hunt will begin on Thursday, November 5th, 2015 and run through Thursday, March 24th, 2016. There will be no hunts the weeks of the Thanksgiving, Christmas holidays, and New Years holidays.  There will be a total of 38 hunts instead of 40.
80M Fox Hunt Schedule
80M  Fox Results
80M  Hound Results


TEAMS Results

The 2014-2015 Winter Fox Hunts were conducted under our Winter Rules 

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QRP Fox Hunt Definitions:
   Fox    =    The station the Hounds try to work.   
   Hound    =    Each QRP station trying to work The Fox.   

Group of 5 hounds acting as a team, to participate in the 
teams competition.

   Pelt    =    Slang for a completed QSO.   
   QRO    =    Any output power greater than 5 watts.   
   QRP    =    5 watts or less RF output from the transmitter.   
   QRPp    =    1 watt or less RF output from the transmitter.   
   QSO    =    Complete exchange of Signal Report, QTH,
Operator's Name, & Power Output.
   QTH    =    State, Canadian Province (or Country if outside US/Can).   

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The QRP Fox Hunt Committee wishes to thank the Colorado QRP Club  for their generous sponsorship of these hunts! We especially want to thank the many hams who have helped with administration of the hunts from time to time, and N1FN (ET), at MorseExpress, for all of the web assistance he has provided to CQC and the QRP Fox Hunts since their first appearances on the Internet!

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