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Rabbit Hunt

Rabbit Hunts are a very enjoyable evening for all who participate.   

A Rabbit Hunt is a game of tag using the C.B. Radio signal meeters to triangulate the location of the Rabbit Hiding in a designated hiding area.

The location will be selected during club meetings.   The boundaries for the hunt will be chosen by the group during the initial meeting on the night of the event. 

The last one to show up to the Rabbit Hunt is the Rabbit for the first hunt.  The Rabbit will hide within the designated location boundaries.    Once the Rabbit has found a place to hide they will talk on the CB for at least 1 to 2 minutes for people to get a good reading on their signal.  Each minute there after the Rabbit will talk about nothing for at least 15 seconds.  This will allow enough time for the players to read the signal.   

Hiding Rules. 

The Rabbit must have two vehicle tires on the pavement at all times.  No hiding on the grass or off the paved area.  When hiding next to a large building they must be at least 25 feet away from that structure to keep the building from masking the signal.