USCG Auxiliary on the Susquehanna (York)

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BigLebowski

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There is a USCG Auxiliary station (Long Level) on the west side of the Susquehanna River in Wrightsville, PA. The station has a pole-mounted VHF DB224 next to it, I assume for the marine channels.

I know locally some of the USCG Auxiliary stations have had wide-area repeaters in the 150mhz range and I wondered if this one has one as well. Would like to program it in for my visits to the area.

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There is a USCG Auxiliary station (Long Level) on the west side of the Susquehanna River in Wrightsville, PA. The station has a pole-mounted VHF DB224 next to it, I assume for the marine channels.

I know locally some of the USCG Auxiliary stations have had wide-area repeaters in the 150mhz range and I wondered if this one has one as well. Would like to program it in for my visits to the area.

Thanks!
Try 150.700Mhz which seems to be the most popular dedicated USCG auxiliary channel or 157.175.
 

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Thanks.. I know 150.700 has been popular in the past with USCG Auxiliary and i'm not sure if they even have anything that covers this area, the base antenna may just be for marine channels. Not living in the area it's hard to prepare ahead of time for someone that I assume uses the radio very little. Figured I would ask before I go searching next time i'm in the area.
 
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