Shark Spotter Plane

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Shark Spotter Plane

#1 Post by jeffkett » 21 Oct 2015 21:42

Even though "summer" is over, there still appears to be some Great White sharks in the Outer Cape waters. Activity should be winding down , but anyone intested can listen to the spotter plane on 156.0525.
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Re: Shark Spotter Plane

#2 Post by WS1K » 13 Aug 2019 09:39

Is this freq still valid?
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Re: Shark Spotter Plane

#3 Post by WS1K » 14 Aug 2019 10:39

I guess not. I heard Entergy/Pilgrim Station doing their radio check with the local EOCs.

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Re: Shark Spotter Plane

#4 Post by ecps92 » 14 Aug 2019 12:33

What tone ??

Also so close to VHF Marine...
WS1K wrote:
14 Aug 2019 10:39
I guess not. I heard Entergy/Pilgrim Station doing their radio check with the local EOCs.
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Re: Shark Spotter Plane

#5 Post by WS1K » 14 Aug 2019 13:46

I didn't catch the tone. I was using FreeScan to control and log the scanner and then went out. When I got home I saw that we had a power outage and my computer reset so I lost the log. Thank you Neversource...
If I remember, I'll try and catch it tomorrow.

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