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MNCPRGUY

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My first priority is fishing, but it would sure be nice to catch some playoff football when the walleyes aren't cooperating! Can anyone tell me if there are any local towers that broadcast a signal that could be picked up by a portable TV using a standard whip antenna? I'll be fishing out of Rogers Resort.

Thanks in Advance!

PJ

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Durango

I've been wondering the same thing. Also heading up this weekend and was wondering if it's worth bringing a portable TV and antenna.

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Guru57

We tried it last year and got nothing. Ended up using satellite radio.

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kelly-p

You'll need a dish.

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fishfindn

We tried it again Saturday. One channel and a few really fuzzy ones. Lawrence Welk on the fuzzy channel. We shut it off and caught fish instead.

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