With easily fond/cheap/on hand parts? Was hoping I'd come across some twin lead to make a J-pole but no luck(Even amazon prices seem way high) and I may have a need for one this weekend. Got the next 2 days off so time to build it before hand but not a lot of money to spend on this. Past attempts at wire antenna's have resulted in off the chart SWR numbers so I not wanting to go that direction. Plan is for the antenna to mount to the top of an extendable pole. Pole is about 12-15' long, fully extended. It was originally designed to hang a TV from the ceiling is a store. I'm in no way worried about strength of the pole or mounting the antenna to the pole, just what kind of easily transported antenna would be best to build. If I could find decent priced twin lead I'd go for a twin-lead J-pole. Radio connected will be an Anytone AT-d868uv(7w), Baofng UV5Rv2+(5w), and possibly a TYT TH-8600(25w). Potentially connecting either to a 60w out 144mHz amp.