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QSL is direct only. QSL requests must be sent with a SELF ADDRESSED STAMPED ENVELOPE to Underwood WA. NOTE: DX may send QSL request with $1 to cover postage. 


The Radio Amateurs of the Gorge radio club was formed in the late 1960's by a group of hams living in Hood River county.  The club meetings were held in the upstairs meeting room above the Paris Fair department store  We met monthly to share ideas and talents to promote the radio hobby.  Most all had build their own equipment.  Two meters was new on the agenda and much time was spent converting mobile phone equipment from the telephone service to be used for mobile or base 2 meter stations.  All were crystal controlled.

Fast forward to today and there are 5 VHF/UHF repeaters in the area.  A Winlink digital node exists to provide Email, BBS and NTS services to local hams.  VHF and HF Nets are available to interested folks.  ARES groups are in place in the gorge but Radio Amateurs of the Gorge have not lost sight of it's original purpose.  TO:

1. Provide radio theory training to the public in all phases of amateur radio.

2. Provide training and instruction to members to improve skills relating to amateur radio.

3. Provide communication in times of emergency, charitable, public, or other community activities.

4. Provide a meeting place to socialize and to promote the exchange of ideas to further enhance the hobby of amateur radio.

We are committed to furthering the growth of the Amateur Radio hobby.  The Radio Amateurs of the Gorge are proud to offer ham radio and emergency services related workshops and license exam training classes.  Activities during the year help promote camraderie among members.  Our public service support for civic events promote good will between amateur radio operators and our local or regional communities.

Members of W7RAG reside in Hood River county Oregon, Wasco county Oregon Skamania county Washington, or Klickitat county Washington.  We also welcome any and all that have an interest in amateur radio to join us.

For more information about our club please visit our club website at: http://w7rag.com/


Pictured above is central Hood River Oregon with Mount Hood in the backround.  


Above the Hood River Bridge which links The Washington side of the Columbia River to the Oregon side of the river.


Above W7RAG team member N7TCO is set up for a special event honoring Veterans!


KE7IN  running net control and providing real time runner information from 5 check points/ aid stations to the race director for a local 50K run.  This 50K cross country ultra marathon is run entirely by volunteers.  W7RAG hams along with members of the local running club and other local volunteers work this event for the community and to help support a local high school cross country program.



N7TCO making contacts portable on Thunder Island with KG7YJA assisting. The W7RAG team was able to qualify the Island for the US Islands Program


Our New QSL Card!  To get this beautiful new card just work our station, send your contact info including the Date, time (Zulu preffered) and band or frequency worked along with an SASE (Self-Addressed Stamped Envelope) and we will get this card back to you!  DX stations just send $1.00 in US or your currency and we will get our QSL card back to you too!


Thanks for visiting our QRZ Page!

73 From the entire RAG's Crew!




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