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Your Local Channel?

Post by str8stroke » Sunday, 11 July 2010, 20:03 PM

I like to travel and often listen to 19 for entertainment, at times I also scan to find the "locals". In our town most local chat is on 24. I was wondering what is your local channel or channels?
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Re: Your Local Channel?

Post by 29va » Sunday, 11 July 2010, 20:06 PM

Ch 28 all the time!

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Re: Your Local Channel?

Post by jessejamesdallas » Sunday, 11 July 2010, 20:49 PM

28, 19, and 15 are local channels...Unless "RW" is on the air, then 11 becomes a local. :mrgreen:
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Post by likes2grill » Monday, 12 July 2010, 3:56 AM

19, 14, 1 and the low side of 14 (26.675) when the ground noise gets up to high to hear on normal channels.
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Re: Your Local Channel?

Post by Sporty Mike » Monday, 12 July 2010, 9:14 AM

Here in Cen. Alabama 31 34 24 truly the locals hangouts.

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Re: Your Local Channel?

Post by Slowpoke_TX » Monday, 12 July 2010, 18:36 PM

San Antonio, TX has a few locals on 19 in the evenings and at night. And on my daily run to Houston, I've noticed there is a lot of high-powered trash on 19 - especially on the east side, near I-10 and Loop 610 East.
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Re: Your Local Channel?

Post by De_Wildfire » Tuesday, 13 July 2010, 17:45 PM

I hang on channel 38 and 39 lsb.

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Post by BobCB » Tuesday, 13 July 2010, 23:12 PM

I usually hear the most traffic on 34 around here and it is our main channel. 24 and 31 can also be very active at times. 17 is occasionally used; one of the other locals usually monitors it so I chat with him on it pretty frequently. If someone tries to key down on channel 34 we usually move up to 40 or down around 30.
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Re: Your Local Channel?

Post by ussixtysix » Wednesday, 14 July 2010, 9:50 AM

I hang out on 38lsb. Looks like most of the over modulated ratchet jaws are on channel 6 (super bowl) around here. Being such a large city. I think you can find people talking on many channels all day and night. In over 300 different languages.
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Re: Your Local Channel?

Post by djrebel236 » Wednesday, 14 July 2010, 11:05 AM

26.785 or ch.21

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Re: Your Local Channel?

Post by Buck Shot » Wednesday, 14 July 2010, 15:29 PM

Channel 15 mostly, i sometimes wonder on 19 or 21, they seem to be the most noisy, and on SSB i just shoot spit on 38 low, or 39 low
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Re: Your Local Channel?

Post by big boone » Saturday, 17 July 2010, 11:01 AM

I'm one of the lucky few skip talkers who lives in a area where their is little to no traffic on the air.I have full 40 channel +/- range around here. It's sad in a way because 15 to 20 years ago every one here had a radio & used it. I rember going to church and hearing the men in the Amen corner shouting 10-4 instead of Amen. A lot has changed round here in 20 years. I was talking skip about a month ago to a man in upstate NY, he could not belive I was talking skip in my pickup on a old 29 classic with a 225 Palomar and a cheap truckstop coil whip. He asked "how did I get out over the locals with out a set of beams". I replied "easy their isn't any locals around here". My channels is the 10 & 11 meter band!
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Post by togaman » Saturday, 17 July 2010, 13:41 PM

Channel 17and 29 around Rockford IL
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Re: Your Local Channel?

Post by 443 Arizona » Saturday, 17 July 2010, 17:59 PM

ch 32am in Apache Junction,Arizona... ch19am for most of the rachetjaws , 38L for us polite rachetjaws.there's enough on the radio around here that you just have to pick one.

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Re: Your Local Channel?

Post by 443 Arizona » Saturday, 17 July 2010, 18:11 PM

and on a related note, i use to see window stickers and bumper stickers with the information such as ,, who or what cb club was on which freq. or a call name and "monitors ch. 7"
i think i'll paint it on my back window, glass is easy to clean and i can get creative on it until i find a design i like.
i can remember traveling and talking to people as we passed thru their towns,, great for information too. .."where's the kegger tonight?" who's got a good menu?, anybody seen diane? haha,

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Re: Your Local Channel?

Post by galvatron » Sunday, 18 July 2010, 20:40 PM

19 maybe 12

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Post by Black Lightning » Thursday, 22 July 2010, 1:06 AM

Channel 1 AM, Mesa AZ. Sometimes 38LSB.
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Re: Your Local Channel?

Post by bronco » Sunday, 25 July 2010, 6:53 AM

channel 19, 20, 38 lsb in houston, tx :colors:

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Re: Your Local Channel?

Post by Bad Clams » Saturday, 31 July 2010, 23:01 PM

443 Arizona wrote:and on a related note, i use to see window stickers and bumper stickers with the information such as ,, who or what cb club was on which freq. or a call name and "monitors ch. 7"
i think i'll paint it on my back window, glass is easy to clean and i can get creative on it until i find a design i like.
i can remember traveling and talking to people as we passed thru their towns,, great for information too. .."where's the kegger tonight?" who's got a good menu?, anybody seen diane? haha,
I remember that too back in the day and often bring it up, radio used to be pretty popular like that around here. now everyone text messages eachother even within just feet ! there are alot of rual towns around here and just about everybody had an antenna on a house or in up in a tree, friday nights and the weekend was full of people talking about this and that. now it's really dead,..kinda. I have been scanning the freqs and found a few die hards here and there but mostly on the still popular ch 17 trash channel . :lol:
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Re: Your Local Channel?

Post by str8stroke » Sunday, 01 August 2010, 6:40 AM

Bad Clams wrote:
443 Arizona wrote:and on a related note, i use to see window stickers and bumper stickers with the information such as ,, who or what cb club was on which freq. or a call name and "monitors ch. 7"
i think i'll paint it on my back window, glass is easy to clean and i can get creative on it until i find a design i like.
i can remember traveling and talking to people as we passed thru their towns,, great for information too. .."where's the kegger tonight?" who's got a good menu?, anybody seen diane? haha,
I remember that too back in the day and often bring it up, radio used to be pretty popular like that around here. now everyone text messages eachother even within just feet ! there are alot of rual towns around here and just about everybody had an antenna on a house or in up in a tree, friday nights and the weekend was full of people talking about this and that. now it's really dead,..kinda. I have been scanning the freqs and found a few die hards here and there but mostly on the still popular ch 17 trash channel . :lol:

I have to admit I get caught up in the texting. But the only problem is there is no "echo text, or Roger text beep" :)
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Re: Your Local Channel?

Post by Bad Clams » Sunday, 01 August 2010, 9:24 AM

Lol !
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Post by Redram71 » Sunday, 01 August 2010, 12:08 PM

Channel 28 in my neck of the woods.
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Post by Hummer » Sunday, 01 August 2010, 16:41 PM

Around my neck of the woods its Ch. 6 da bowl, Ch 11 and Ch 17 also 38 lsb
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Post by Bad Clams » Monday, 02 August 2010, 13:59 PM

Ok, so far from what I've been monitoring through the weekend in my small area (Willamette Valley) I've found, farmers using ch 10 & 11, 20, log haulers sharing ch 17 (call freq) daytime mon thru fri, then soccer moms and local chit chat on 36 thru 40 go figure. :icon_rolleyes:
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Re: Your Local Channel?

Post by bigwill306 » Thursday, 05 August 2010, 11:53 AM

everybody the works for my company usees 4, of course 19 for fun.
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Post by pancake » Thursday, 05 August 2010, 12:56 PM

19 not many people other than dump trucks, but im trying to change that, got a little cobra and a k30 to hook them then purswaid thm to go bigger better louder
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Post by bigwill306 » Thursday, 05 August 2010, 13:16 PM

pancake wrote:19 not many people other than dump trucks, but im trying to change that, got a little cobra and a k30 to hook them then purswaid thm to go bigger better louder

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Re: Your Local Channel?

Post by catfishjim » Friday, 06 August 2010, 17:30 PM

str8stroke wrote:I like to travel and often listen to 19 for entertainment, at times I also scan to find the "locals". In our town most local chat is on 24. I was wondering what is your local channel or channels?
I talk on lower 38 and 27.605

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Post by nutcracker » Thursday, 12 August 2010, 8:35 AM

40

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Post by woodchuck » Thursday, 19 August 2010, 5:20 AM

Which is my business channel also here in town I use it instead of telephone most people do'nt have CB's so when they buy something from me I tell them they could save alot of money if they switch to CB's instead of that cell phone HaHa. woodchuck out :icon_e_surprised:
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Re: Your Local Channel?

Post by mr-grinch » Friday, 20 August 2010, 15:22 PM

double down 39 here 26.495

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Post by 2LD751 » Monday, 23 August 2010, 9:13 AM

ussixtysix wrote:I hang out on 38lsb. Looks like most of the over modulated ratchet jaws are on channel 6 (super bowl) around here. Being such a large city. I think you can find people talking on many channels all day and night. In over 300 different languages.
I'll have to tune to 38. I'm on the other side of the river from you. Lots of locals on 17 AM here.

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Re: Your Local Channel?

Post by LA Rebel » Monday, 23 August 2010, 11:15 AM

I usually tune to 38 unless I'm travelling and then I dual watch 38 and 19. 38 used to be THE channel in Baton Rouge when I was coming up and I still hand around there for nostalgia and there doesn't seem to be too much cross traffic in my area.

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Re: Your Local Channel?

Post by 443 Arizona » Saturday, 04 September 2010, 15:46 PM

in an effort to clarify your locale , i noticed 6 replies to this post have no location listed , :basketball:

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Re: Your Local Channel?

Post by meshif » Saturday, 04 September 2010, 19:05 PM

With my current setup I can hear people on 11, 15, 18, 19, 22 and 38 in Windsor, ON

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Re: Your Local Channel?

Post by 556 » Monday, 06 September 2010, 23:52 PM

Channel 10 CB Club member, also channel 35 here in Halifax County Virginia.

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Post by str8stroke » Tuesday, 07 September 2010, 13:01 PM

556, Yall have a club? if so, how many members? just curious how that works. not sure I could ever get more than 3 people to agree to join a club. everyone seems to not like each other from time to time! lol
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Re: Your Local Channel?

Post by 556 » Thursday, 09 September 2010, 9:25 AM

str8stroke wrote:556, Yall have a club? if so, how many members? just curious how that works. not sure I could ever get more than 3 people to agree to join a club. everyone seems to not like each other from time to time! lol
Yes, we actually have two clubs here in this county. Channel 10 and 35 clubs. My club, channel 10 has around 15 members. The 35 club has around 20 or so. We all get along fine, i mean there are disagreements from time to time but nothing ever gets too out of hand. We are all just a bunch a cb lovin fools down here. Its gotta be about the hobby and helping each other better ourselves. We get together every Thursday night for role call and sometimes the pres will read a bible verse or say a prayer. We also get together once every couple weeks or so and have cookouts, play music, just have a good time.
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Re: Your Local Channel?

Post by Radiotracker » Saturday, 11 September 2010, 15:48 PM

the local channels here are 24, 17, and 38 (ssb)

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Re: Your Local Channel?

Post by drifter 565 » Tuesday, 14 September 2010, 8:07 AM

Here in central Oklahoma, we run 21-23-28-and 38lsb. That"s the local stations for the base stations in this area.II, and my wife,live close to 5 major truckstops(I work at one of them) so I usually monitor 19.-never a dull moment on the"disney" channel-lol.....

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Re: Your Local Channel?

Post by T Rex » Saturday, 18 September 2010, 14:15 PM

There are no locals here in Western NY either. I just got back into CB after being off since 1988. I put up an I max 2000 and my old JC Penny 6241 and there is no one on the air. There is an interstate right by be and CH19 is even pretty dead. The most traffic I hear on 19 is a local factoy directing incoming truckers to the proper loading dock. I am going to try and get a few of my old CB friends to get back on, I know they still have thier gear. I will try and hang on 38 LSB and see if I can make any contacts it seems that a lot of you are on there. T Rex..

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Re: Your Local Channel?

Post by oldblue » Thursday, 23 September 2010, 6:21 AM

Here in my part of Tennessee it's 17 and 22.
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Re: Your Local Channel?

Post by lucas » Friday, 05 November 2010, 18:41 PM

CH 1 mainly, ch 2 if i cant get a word in edge wise and Ch 30 bank D on the cherokee 26.855 for private convo's with my buddies :)
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Re: Your Local Channel?

Post by Delivery Man » Tuesday, 09 November 2010, 14:17 PM

Here in Houston ch 11 is where you'll find most of all local cb'rs flappin their gums! :lol: :lol:

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Re: Your Local Channel?

Post by hilltop 439 » Friday, 12 November 2010, 9:03 AM

My home channel is 39 were i talk the most family and locals .I also hang out on 19 and 15 that is were local truck drivers are. Last but not least channel 18 i talk to the local across the border in Canada.
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Re: Your Local Channel?

Post by ElPhantasamo » Sunday, 14 November 2010, 20:12 PM

27 is the local channel for Oconomowoc WI.
Not sure what the folks here in Watertown are using (if at all).

Im glad to see some drivers on the expressway still use their radios. It's a great way to pass time in A traffic jam.

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Post by tubehead » Tuesday, 16 November 2010, 9:54 AM

40 is the popular one in miami fl
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Re: Your Local Channel?

Post by Tucker442 » Tuesday, 16 November 2010, 9:57 AM

Seems Central New Jersey, parts of New York and Long Island sue 39 LSB. There is a group in the Flemington NJ area using 31AM. I hear South Jersey guys on 38LSB. Really don't listen to AM too much, have kids in the house and don't to listen to the truckers dropping those F bombs all day, seems like if it wasn't for cuss words they wouldn't have anything to say.

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Re: Your Local Channel?

Post by SUBWAY » Thursday, 25 November 2010, 21:34 PM

up here in Wisconsin you'll find a group of us grocery haulers runnin on channel 14........ we also run hwy 29/94 between central wisconsin and minneapolis/st.paul. . If your in the neighborhood give a shout.


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