On Thu, Nov 29, 2012 at 4:01 PM, Geoffrey Way <email@example.com> wrote:
> I listen for 2 or 3 Q's for an ID, and then work them even if they haven't
> If a running station isn't sending their call, I work him as though *I* am
> running, by sending THEIR call and the exchange, and make them worry I am
> about to STEAL THE QRG.
OK, I'll bite. If you don't know their call, how do you respond as if you
A better tactic would be to make up a call that could not possibly be the
other station, something obnoxiously long like WN6XYZ. Of course, if they
don't bother to ID they might not correct you.
It seems like a better plan would be to call QRL a couple times and then
attempt the steal by calling CQ as if nothing heard. That sort of thing,
however, could get you a reputation..... 73 jeff wk6i
Jeff Stai ~ firstname.lastname@example.org
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