Wed. 144.240 and Mon. 144.252 Net Reports

11am Thur.

WB9LYH had a light turnout last night with the 144.240 SSB long-range net from WI.   He reported up and down propagation but the peaks were quite good.

Mark’s 8 check-ins last night were:  N9OLT EN64;  N8WNA and K8JA EN82;  WB0DGF EN63 (MI side);  K9CCL and KC9AZ EN61;  WD9CPY EN54 and WB0YWW EN22.

K8TQK calls another long-range net on Monday night, on 144.252 MHz, from EM89je, south-central OH.  Start time is 8:30pm eastern, 52 weeks a year.  I still do Bob’s net reports as a courtesy because from 2010-2012, we networked together on Wed. nights.
K8TQK had 17 check-ins on Monday:  N8WNA EN82;  W2UAD FN13;  VE3CRU FN03;  AC3L/M and WD8CHR EN90;  KB3TNZ FN10;  W4KKX EM88;  N4TLL EM87;  W4LES, W4VAS and WA4NJP EM84;  KY4MRG EM77;  KI4ROF EM55;  W8PU and KB8GUE EM89;  W8BYA EN70 and N9JBW EN61.

Remember that K8TQK’s antenna pattern is N to start, then NE, E, SE, S, SW, W, and NW over the next 45-60 minutes.  You can also follow along at the ham chat room.  VHF’ers across the USA and Canada are enjoying this free, no BS chat.  It’s most active in the mornings, evenings and weekends.  I’m specifically referring to the IARU Region 2 Chat for 144-432 MHz.  There are other great chats for different bands, too.    Go here: for more info.

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