Hunt Club Frequencies

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See also: Militia / Prepper / Patriot Radio Frequencies, MURS, FRS and 11 meter CB.

VHF land mobile allocation sampler - Virginia and North Carolina Hunt Clubs Radio Frequencies - all the listings below are from public records. FCC database advanced license search. Part 90 Business Radio band 150.775 MHz - 154.640 MHz, 157.450 MHz - 160.200 MHz VHF bands (150-162 MHz, 136-174 MHz). Hunters are moving away from using the VHF marine band frequencies to licensed frequencies like those below, often combined with the MURS channels and the itinerant frequencies.

Hunting clubs make extensive use of the VHF MURS frequencies, the VHF itinerant business band frequencies and the 157-160 MHz business frequencies. This is likely due to the changeover from the VHF marine channels. An antenna tuned for the 156-162 MHz marine band will also work on a land mobile frequency in the 157-160 MHz band. This list is not anywhere near exhaustive and will never be. It is intended only as a sample of the sheer number of active VHF land mobile licenses in use for hunt club radios and hunting communications.

The vast majority of licenses are authorized for FM voice emission (11K3F3E, 11K2F3E or 11K0F3E). However, some are authorized to use digital modes including DMR (aka MotoTRBO, DPMR, 2-slot digital TDMA voice) and IDAS, NXDN or NEXEDGE digital voice - including 7K60FXE (DMR voice), 7K60FXD (DMR data), 7K60FXW or 7K60F7W (DMR + voice combined) as well as 4K00F1E, 4K00F1W, 4K00F1D, 8K30F1D and 8K30F1E (NXDN 6.25 kHz narrowband and 12.5 kHz wideband respectively).

Business band sampler - Virginia and North Carolina Hunt Club (licensed) frequencies:


  • 150.8300 MHz
  • 150.8450 MHz
  • 150.8750 MHz
  • 151.5050 MHz - itinerant
  • 151.5125 MHz - itinerant
  • 151.5500 MHz
  • 151.5650 MHz
  • 151.5800 MHz
  • 151.5875 MHz
  • 151.5950 MHz
  • 151.6025 MHz
  • 151.6250 MHz - itinerant
  • 151.6400 MHz - itinerant
  • 151.6550 MHz
  • 151.6700 MHz
  • 151.6850 MHz
  • 151.7000 MHz - itinerant
  • 151.7150 MHz
  • 151.7450 MHz
  • 151.7600 MHz - itinerant
  • 151.7750 MHz
  • 151.7900 MHz - itinerant
  • 151.8050 MHz
  • 151.8200 MHz - MURS Channel 1
  • 151.8350 MHz
  • 151.8650 MHz
  • 151.8800 MHz - MURS Channel 2
  • 151.8950 MHz
  • 151.9250 MHz
  • 151.9400 MHz - MURS Channel 3
  • 151.9550 MHz
  • 151.9700 MHz
  • 151.9850 MHz
  • 152.2700 MHz
  • 152.3300 MHz
  • 152.3600 MHz
  • 152.3750 MHz
  • 152.4050 MHz
  • 152.4500 MHz
  • 152.4575 MHz
  • 152.8700 MHz
  • 152.8850 MHz
  • 152.9000 MHz
  • 152.9150 MHz
  • 152.9450 MHz
  • 152.9600 MHz
  • 152.9750 MHz
  • 152.9900 MHz
  • 153.0050 MHz
  • 153.0200 MHz
  • 153.0350 MHz
  • 153.0425 MHz
  • 153.0800 MHz
  • 153.0950 MHz
  • 153.1400 MHz
  • 153.1850 MHz
  • 153.2000 MHz
  • 153.3350 MHz
  • 153.3650 MHz
  • 153.4025 MHz
  • 153.4700 MHz
  • 153.5000 MHz
  • 153.5450 MHz
  • 153.6875 MHz
  • 154.4825 MHz
  • 154.4900 MHz
  • 154.5050 MHz
  • 154.5150 MHz
  • 154.5275 MHz - itinerant
  • 154.5400 MHz
  • 154.5475 MHz
  • 154.5550 MHz
  • 154.5700 MHz - MURS Channel 4
  • 154.6000 MHz - MURS Channel 5
  • 157.4700 MHz
  • 157.5000 MHz
  • 157.5150 MHz
  • 157.5300 MHz
  • 157.5375 MHz
  • 157.5450 MHz
  • 157.5600 MHz
  • 157.5675 MHz
  • 157.5750 MHz
  • 157.5825 MHz
  • 157.5900 MHz
  • 157.5975 MHz
  • 157.6050 MHz
  • 157.6125 MHz
  • 157.6200 MHz
  • 157.6275 MHz
  • 157.6350 MHz
  • 157.6425 MHz
  • 157.6500 MHz
  • 157.6650 MHz
  • 157.6725 MHz
  • 157.6800 MHz
  • 157.6875 MHz
  • 157.6950 MHz
  • 157.7025 MHz
  • 157.7100 MHz
  • 157.7175 MHz
  • 157.7250 MHz
  • 158.1450 MHz
  • 158.1600 MHz
  • 158.2800 MHz
  • 158.2950 MHz
  • 158.3400 MHz
  • 158.3550 MHz
  • 158.3625 MHz
  • 158.3700 MHz
  • 158.4000 MHz - itinerant
  • 158.4075 MHz - itinerant
  • 158.4150 MHz
  • 159.4950 MHz
  • 159.5025 MHz
  • 159.5100 MHz
  • 159.5250 MHz
  • 159.5400 MHz
  • 159.5475 MHz
  • 159.5550 MHz
  • 159.5625 MHz
  • 159.5700 MHz
  • 159.5775 MHz
  • 159.5850 MHz
  • 159.5925 MHz
  • 159.6000 MHz
  • 159.6075 MHz
  • 159.6150 MHz
  • 159.6225 MHz
  • 159.6300 MHz
  • 159.6375 MHz
  • 159.6600 MHz
  • 159.6675 MHz
  • 159.6750 MHz
  • 159.6900 MHz
  • 159.6975 MHz
  • 159.7050 MHz
  • 159.7200 MHz
  • 159.7350 MHz
  • 159.7500 MHz
  • 159.7575 MHz
  • 159.7650 MHz
  • 159.7800 MHz
  • 159.7950 MHz
  • 159.8100 MHz
  • 159.8175 MHz
  • 159.8250 MHz
  • 159.8325 MHz
  • 159.8400 MHz
  • 159.8475 MHz
  • 159.8550 MHz
  • 159.8625 MHz
  • 159.8700 MHz
  • 159.8850 MHz
  • 159.8925 MHz
  • 159.9000 MHz
  • 159.9150 MHz
  • 159.9300 MHz
  • 159.9450 MHz
  • 159.9600 MHz
  • 159.9750 MHz
  • 159.9900 MHz
  • 159.9975 MHz
  • 160.0050 MHz
  • 160.0200 MHz
  • 160.0350 MHz
  • 160.0425 MHz
  • 160.0500 MHz
  • 160.0575 MHz
  • 160.0650 MHz
  • 160.0800 MHz
  • 160.0875 MHz
  • 160.0950 MHz
  • 160.1025 MHz
  • 160.1100 MHz
  • 160.1175 MHz
  • 160.1250 MHz
  • 160.1325 MHz
  • 160.1700 MHz
  • 160.1775 MHz
  • 160.1850 MHz
  • 160.1925 MHz
  • 160.2000 MHz


The itinerant frequencies are licensed to numerous hunting and outdoor organizations as well as individuals. VHF high band appears to be the most commonly used band - with some UHF licenses as well as licenses for both VHF and UHF bands.

The VHF itinerant frequencies are 151.505 MHz, 151.5125 MHz, 151.625 MHz, 151.640 MHz, 151.700 MHz, 151.760 MHz, 154.5275 MHz, 158.400 MHz and 158.4075 MHz. The 27 MHz band (11 meter patriot freeband - 26-28 MHz, 25.615 MHz - 30.105 MHz, etc, legal 40 channel CB) is still heavily used by hunting clubs, preppers, militia organizations and other similar groups. There is some limited use of VHF low band (namely 27.430 MHz, 27.450 MHz, 27.470 MHz, 27.490 MHz, 35.040 MHz, 42.960 MHz, 42.980 MHz, 43.000 MHz, 43.040 MHz and the unlicensed 49 MHz frequencies by these groups as well - likely due to the availability of low cost VHF low band radios on the used secondhand market.



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