We have the same thing on the dragger get 20+ch on gorges it works great but its mounted 30 feet up the riggingI do. Reception is very weather dependent, I was on Platts a couple weeks ago and could only get a couple Portland channels in the morning but in the afternoon I had 35 channels from Rhode Island to Portland mostly out of Boston. Reception was better before the switch to digital, but I can always get the game on Sundays. I've got a Shakespeare antenna on my radar/light stand, the higher the better, but I don't think you can get one high enough to get the Raiders games.
Who here has a TV on their boat ?
I was at a guys house last weekend and on his boat and noticed he had a flat screen mounted and connected to what he said was a $25 digital antenna he bought on Amazon but could be bought at any Radio shack or electronics store.
He told me he's been offshore and picks up about 40-50 digital channels.
Goes tuna fishing in the fall and can watch NFL football . Baseball in summer.
Anyone else watching tv without having to pay for a satellite antenna or satellite service ?