I apologize for letting these slide. Net control WB9LYH emails them to me every week so the delay is all on my end.
Here are the last 4 net reports:
On January 18th, WB9LYH (EN54cl, central WI) had 17 check-ins and one near miss from DX. The list included WA9JML EN51; W8SOL EN71; K9CCL, KD9BGY, N9JBW, N9IYV and N9KKF EN61; WB8LNG EM79; WB9TFH EN53; KC9VHD and AB9QH EN62; W9BBP, WA9BNZ and WB0SWQ EN40; W9UIJ EN52; N9RXM EN41 and W9UUM EN43. KJ4MCZ was tracking along on the ON4KST.com real-time ham chat and he reported hearing bits and pieces of net control from FM06 (south-central VA) but Mark could not hear the VA station.
Also happy to report that W9UUM is a new all-time check-in to the 144.240 Wed. net. Thanks for tuning in and for being on 2 meter SSB.
On Jan. 25th, WB9LYH had wet snow, high noise and fewer stations on in the aftermath of a contest weekend. Still, there were 10 check-ins: WB8LNG EM79; KD9BGY, K9CCL, K9ILU and N9KKF EN61; W8SOL EN71; WB9TFH EN53; N9RXM EN41; W9UIJ EN52 and W9BBP EN40.
On Feb. 1st, there was highly variable propagation and 12 check-ins: WA9JML EN51; KD9BGY, K9ILU, K9CCL, N9JBW and N9KKF EN61; W8SOL EN71; KC9VHD EN62; WB8LNG EM79; W9UIJ EN52; W1JWS EN50 and WA9BNZ EN40
Last Wed., Feb. 8th, 144.240 net control WB9LYH reported very tough propagation, with lots of variation again. The 13 check-ins were: K9ILU, N9KKF and K9CCL EN61; WA9JML EN51; WB8LNG EM79; W9UIJ EN52; KB9MIV EM59; WB0SWQ and WA9BNZ EN40; W1JWS EN50; N9RXM EN41; WB9TFH EN53 and WD8CBO EN35.
WD8CBO is a new check-in to the net. Always good to have more signals from MN and hope you’re enjoying 2 meter SSB.