Recently I moved a 30 Meter Double Bazooka Inverted Vee which was hanging at about 20' above my deck from a steel mast. On top was a Ringo Ranger 2 meter antenna and an Omni 6 meter loop just below that. The legs of the inverted vee were pointed almost East West to broadside as much as possible to Japan where an Army Buddy now resides. We have weekly CW Schedules and with my RST being a normal 559 and his because of his 3 element beam has been 599 at times. Because of work being done on the deck, I moved the mast about 35' south and mounted the mast to the chain link fence that surrounds my property. The mast is made from Radio Shack 10' sections of TV Mast and when I moved it I added another 5' section which was given to me. The Mast sections have been drilled and screwed together to keep down noise and keep them together. The antennas are the same, 2 meter Ringo, 6 meter omni and the 30 meter inverted vee. The orientation is the same with the legs pointing East and West because that's where my tie offs are available. ?? The last two weeks my RST has been 599 and John's was pretty much the same. He keeps telling me I am running more than 100 watts which is not true as I have no Amp for 30 meters. The only thing we can really come up with is that the chain link fence is acting as a counterpoise, (Reflector)?? I also hear a lot more on 30 meters than I used to. ??THOUGHTS??