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Fishing for large mouth bass in Mexico. I am honored to be one of the operators at XE7S and after the contest I fish the Mexico lakes. Nothing is better than ham radio contesting and fishing. Life is good!

 



My station consists of an Icom IC-7800 and a Henry 3K ultra amplifier. I have been licensed for 60 years now and have enjoyed this wonderful hobby almost every day. I have DXCC honor roll and have worked and confirmed all countries (340) on both CW and SSB.

It is my great honor to have accomplished the first WAZ on 160 meters from zone 3.

Left tower is a Tri-ex sky needle at 72 feet. The bottom antenna is a 51 foot long boom with 5 elements on 20 meters interlaced with 5 elements on 15 meters. The top antenna is 5 elements on 10 meters long boom. The right side tower is a Tri-ex 100 foot sky needle with 3 full size elements on 40 meters at 70n feet and a 3 element 75/80 meter yagi at 100 feet. Element lenghts are 100 feet and uses high

 

The tower on the left is a Tri-ex 72 foot Sky Needle. Bottom antenna is a 20 meter long boom (51 foot) 5 element yagi interlaced with 5 elements for 15 meters. The top antenna is 5 elements on 10 meters at 80 feet. Tower on the right is a Tri-ex Sky Needle at 100 feet. The bottom antenna is 3 elements full size on 40 meters and the top antenna is 3 elements on 75/80 meters. Uses high "Q" coils and has 100 foot elements. All of the antennas are home built and designed by myself.

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