It is no where as critical to track the small 2.3m dish on the lower band as the beamwidth is so much greater.
Although I didn't see any trace of a JT65C signal from D44TVD I was asked on the HB9Q logger by UA3PTW for a sked. His -15dB signal was easy to find and he gve me -16dB. When we had completed I was called by an enormous signal that turned out to be HB9Q. His -11dB was one of the largest signals I have seen on 13cm EME. He gave me -13dB. IK3COJ then askd for a sked and we swapped -15/-20dB
This has brought me up to a logged 21DXCC on the band with 18 of these on EME. I know I have worked many more terrestrial DXCC than the 3 it looks like but these have not been transferred from my paper logs yet.