You have to have patience to do a meteor scatter. Waiting for the right moment. Continuous staring at your screen to detect a CQ. Meanwhile, I missed two calls. 9A9T and OK1DNT on 50.280 MHz MSK144. There were between 10 and 11 UTC 39 meteors detected. At that time, during the day pretty much. I do listen with a 6 meter vertical. I think most stations are using horizontal polarized antennas. I am not sure about that. I do use WSJT-X v 1.7.0 software.
One station received me with MSK144 on 6 meter: DG0OPK 457 km