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local channel reception problems

I live in Port Orchard and my channel 7, 11, and 22 keeps going out. I have the hardest time keeping these channels, especially 7 after the recent wind and rains. I am thinking I need a new outdoor antenna but am so confused as to what I should get. Do I need two antennas, one for vhf and one for uhf?
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Seattle, WA HD OTA Antenna HELP


Looking to cut the cord finally and trying to figure out which long range antenna to go with.

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I am only interested in the major broadcast channels south of me, both UHF and VHF. They at 180° true north and 201° true north. Distance is 60 miles to both UHF and VHF receivers. Which antenna would serve me best for picking up these Seattle market channels?

I am able to mount the antenna off of my detached garage, which allows me to go up 30' - 50'. It also gives me an unimpeded sight line at 180° true north. 201° true north is slightly blocked by one tree.

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