The Outdoors Net
Our Weekly Net

Our Weekly Net

The Outdoors Net

Please join our weekly Outdoors Net every Thursday from 8:10PM-9:00PM PST.

The primary purpose of this Net is to share Information about great Outdoors.

The Outdoors Net Every Thursday from 8:10PM-9:00PM PST on the linked K7RPT Repeaters, Our primary repeaters are the 147.32, 442.325, 444.400, 444.125 and 147.04 megahertz linked repeaters all having a 100hZ tone, also the 146.72 megahertz repeater on Wickiup Mountain with a 114.8 hz tone.

Starting on ARRG System, Thursday June 15th, 2023!

You can also join us via 147.320 ECHOLINK: K7RPT-L on The Amateur Radio Relay Group (ARRG) System.

Net Operations

Net Manager
Glenn – WA7FSH

Alternate Net Control Stations

Phil – N7PMB

Chris – WA4NDR

Tom – KK7FBL


Glenn – WA7FSH

KC7NYR – Mark

K7ATN Guest Speaker talks about SOTA during the Outdoors Net 1-21-22. This is a audio mp3 recording you can download or play.


    1. Thanks Ken. Keep listening in and when you get that ticket jump in. This is a particapant driven group. “Any activity that gets you off the couch is fair game”. Feel free to drop me a line on any platform. There is a facebook page called The fishing Net. I do post and go live on there once in awhile … lol Email me and I’ll shoot my mobile if you want to text.

    1. Brandon Zawaski

      Dan, that was awesome I was able to hit the Timber repeater from Sandy this afternoon with my little UV5R and yagi to make contact with you. Here is the context of the contact we made and btw I’m relatively new to ham radio as well: baofeng uv-5r with a yagi I build out of scrap parts went 52 mile running 3 watts, Yaesu FT-2980 with a J Pole running at 70 watts barely goes 30 miles and cannot hit the repeater but can somewhat get a receive signal. Goes to show the antenna set up is very important (and placement.) I was in my backyard which is slightly higher up and pointed just over my roof whereas the J Pole is out front and points into the trees and another house.

      Hopefully I can catch Glenn’s outdoor net and hear you on there. 73’s and cheers to you.



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