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Hello, I live up near Traverse City and looking for some Coast Gaurd freq., anybody have any I can't seem to find them?! Thanks
 

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Here are some that I have, but I'm not sure if they are all applicable to your area (ie statewide or not):

From Slefridge Air national Guard Base their air freq is (don't know if it is the same up by you):
381.80000 BM Goast Guard - Air Ops AM Aircraft

The Port Huron Station uses Channel 16 (156.8000) for boater emergency calling, and Channel 22 (157.1000) for other various CG to boater communications. I don't have anything else, but I hope this helps a little.
 

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I have heard helo traffic on the nationwide helo freqs. This is from Indian River so I am not sure if it was your way, or more Straits area.
 

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chief52ptfd said:
I have heard helo traffic on the nationwide helo freqs. This is from Indian River so I am not sure if it was your way, or more Straits area.
What freq?
 

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Not sure exactly which one.

345.0 Operations Primary AM Mode
237.9 Operations Secondary AM Mode
326.15 Air-to-Ground Primary AM Mode
379.05 Air-to-Ground Secondary AM Mode

As copied from the above wiki link
 

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From Slefridge Air national Guard Base their air freq is 381.80000 BM Goast Guard - Air Ops AM Aircraft

381.8 is an OLD freq, no longer in use. Ops nationwide are now on 345.0 Primary. The may also have a VHF-AM freq in the Air band and a VHF-FM freq in the 162-174 Mhz range as well as using the 156, 157 marine band channels for flight ops Guard. Fixed wing Aircraft are required to check in every half hour and rotary aircraft every 15 minuets.
 

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Your only going to hear the Cutters and Boats on the VHF Channels

For CG Stations and Sectors you should monitor [Nationwide] the following

157.0500 Ch.21
157.0750 Ch.81
157.1250 Ch.82
157.1500 Ch.23
157.1750 Ch.83

Usage will vary by Sector to prevent Interference to each other, but these are the Common 5



bigk_54 said:
Thanks GG! You ever hear any boat traffic (i.e. cutters or patrol) on those Freq?
 

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bigk_54 said:
Thanks GG! You ever hear any boat traffic (i.e. cutters or patrol) on those Freq?
I don't listen enough to really know. I don't think we get any boat/cutter traffic down this way anyway, except during the summer months. There are a number of CG vessels here during Blue Angels shows though.
 
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