Recommended Nets for Monitoring:
Note: The Nets listed below are NOT affiliated with AmRRON, but were recommended as useful resources for monitoring for news, events, and other information. These are already established nets where Hams are likely to congregate. If you know of a net that could be a useful source for monitoring radio traffic in TEOTWAWKI, let us know.
- Warts Net
- Columbia Basin Net
- Montana Traffic Net
- Great Northern Boaters Net
- SATERN (Salvation Army Team Emergency Radio Network)
- Georgia Preppers’ Network
40m- 1st/3rd Thurs/2000 DST (0100 Zulu) 7.242 LSB DST/Spring&Summer
80m- 1st/3rd Thurs/2000 EST (0100 Zulu) 3.818LSB Standard Time/Fall&Winter
- The High Noon Net (Traffic net, registered with the ARRL)
- The Noontime Net (public service Amateur Radio net)
- Eastern Regional Patriots Net USA
every Monday to Saturday 8:45 pm eastern on 3.860mhz. – sitreps, patriot and preparedness discussion.
- Orca Digital Training Net
- Western Digital Traffic Network
Did not know that. We’ll monitor that. I’ve never heard that about the Liberty net and frankly, haven’t listened to it but for a long time ago when it was first referred as a possible net to monitor. Thanks for the heads-up. If we can confirm that, we’ll pull it.
Don’t forget about the Montana Traffic Net. http://montanatrafficnet.com/
Got it. Thanks! We’re adding it to ‘Nets of interest’ in the SOI
Hmmm. I haven’t seen anything related to supremacy of anything at the Liberty Net. I don’t listen very often, but I’m familiar with the website. Not sure what is being referenced. I don’t see it.
Eastern Regional Patriots Net every Monday to Saturday 9pm eastern on 3.860mhz. – sitreps, patriot and preparedness discussion.
Liberty net and comments have been removed from the listing.
Alaska Snipers Net (the oldest running HF net in Alaska) meets daily at 1800LCL (Alaska) on 3.920Mhz
Alaska-Pacific Emergency Net meets Monday thru Friday at 0830LCL (Alaska) on 14.292
Maritime Mobile / Intercontinental Nets run 24 hours and are great resources for intel. Good group of operators. 14.300 USB.
Another net of interest might be the Great Lakes Emergency and Traffic Net that operates nightly at 8pm EST on 3.932 Mhz (see http://ws8rm.ifip.com/gletn/gletn.htm for more info). It is not a preppers net and has been apolitical at least whenever I checked in, but it’s a great way for hams in the Northeast or Midwest to connect and test their gear on a regular basis.
Your link for satern nets is broken on the other-nets-of-interest page.
Please change to satern.org/SATERNNets.html.
The entire site has been redone for the 30th anniversary celebration.
Much new stuff for this edition. See site map for details.
WebMaster satern.org and qso.com
SATERN Int. Digital Net Mgr.
SATERN So. Terr. 40m SSB Net Mgr.
The link has been updated! Thank you!
This a relevant local VHF/UHF net…
…on the South Dakota SDLINK repeater system…
A potentially useful traffic net on 40…
Agreed. This is a great place to learn and practice handling voice traffic.
Greetings…. You can consider listing us with ‘nets worth monitoring’: ORCA DIGITAL NET, http://orcadigitalnet.com
We’re a digital traffic-handling and practice net based on FLDIGI NBEMS software. We’re close to our 7th year of service. Monitor ORCA for a working example of smooth and efficient Directed digital networking.
Doug K7KY NCS
Mindy W7ZAP NCS
Please add our net to: Other Nets of Interest
http:orcadigitalnet.com A digital-traffic training and practice net.
http://westerndigitalnet.org/ West of the Rockies Digital Traffic net.
Thank you and keep up your excellent efforts… Doug K7KY
Thank you folks for the great work you do, and for adding to the world of digital mode radio training opportunities! -JJS
I’m a new member here. It’s quite possible I am off-track in this post.
I live several miles outside of a tiny town that is 15 minutes away from a small town. Probably not going to find anyone on FRS or MURS.
For 4 1/2 months now, I’ve been running a Morgan County Indiana Health and Welfare Net on the 147.060 repeater. It’s daily (except Holidays) at 10:30am.
Are there any AmRRON people interested in joining?
When Indiana gets over its Covid problems, there will no longer be any use for my net. At that time, I could do something more oriented to this group’s mission. Would anyone be interested in joining a net on the 147.060, or on one of the better Marion County repeaters?
Cowboy Net (primary area is Wyoming) at 0045Z Mon. – Fri. (local) on 3923.5 kHz. This is a roll call net with late / visitors at the end.
The East Coast Reflector is a repeater system that spans across the US/Canada and I even pick up clear traffic from lots of other countries as well. They have a daily “Morning Brew” net Mon-Fri 7am-9am est. http://eastcoastreflector.com/ Here is a link to the different repeaters so you can find one close to you. https://www.repeaterbook.com/repeaters/feature_search.php?system=East%20Coast%20Reflector%20System&state_id=%&type=systems
Oregon Emergency Net meets daily 1800L 3.980 LSB. Roll call of most every city / town in the state. A good way to get a picture as to who is out there regularly with 80m capability.