Last year I moved a couple miles farther from the broadcast towers. Before I was on a ridge with clear line of site and was able to get by with one of those square antennas in the attic.
New house is in a fairly wooded area and on the other side of the ridge the old house is on. Square antennas didn’t cut it, even tried the Channel Master SMARTenna+. I then discovered there was an old pre-digital antenna in the attic and found the coaxial line from it. That worked OK, but some channels like NBC and PBS still had a lot of problems, particularly when the trees filled out.
So I just bought an RCA Yagi antenna. The house had an old DirectTV dish on it so I removed that and repurposed the mast and coaxial line from that to mount and connect the RCA. Did a scan and every channel now has a full 5 green circles.