Yes, the 6 bay antenna faces and gets me the station 51 miles away. Since I did not need VHF (it’s a UHF only antenna), I added two UHF elements (10" long) top and bottom to replace the VHF receptors. These two receptors are squared and not built using the fractal design. Here is the diagram and measurements:
Each horizontal side is 10" long 2" apart. Instead of the VHF 3" separation from the rest of the antenna, they are 2" from the fractal bays\bends. I didn’t make these as fractals since I wanted to contain the overall antenna length (which comes out to about 32\34" tall). These additional receptors don’t have to be strictly square - mine are slightly rounded at the corners.
I also needed a reflector 3 to 4" behind the antenna (32" x 40") made from cardboard and aluminum foil. This added about 30% more power to the antenna - enough to stabilize the signal and make it consistant throughout the day.
This 6 bay has the equivalent metal of a Channel Master 4228 (8 bay). It compresses all that metal into a smaller space and I find it more performant than my old 4228! So while technically it is a 6 bay antenna, I think of it as equivalent to an 8 bay bowtie.