Inspired by @SoNic67 antenna in a tree I set out to test out a similar setup here in my tree-filled location. Usual FA antenna, RTL-SDR 1090 LNA in a H2O proof box. I looped a line over a tree branch 50 feet up to which a nice small sailboat pulley block is attached. A line is then run through the pulley to hoist the antenna much like a halyard raises a sail. I lucked into a huge spool of RG6 at a consignment store but still sought as short a run as possible for the height.
That short paragraph really took a fair number of hours over several days to accomplish, due to a most uncooperative tree and high propensity for klutziness and ill advised iterative design on my part.
General notes: I added a strain relief mechanism consisting of a 7 inch plastic wheel ( from a gas bbq grill or something) with the coax looped around that to attempt to gracefully allow the coax to exit the scene. Not perfect, as they say, it was all I had at the time. It loosely complies with the spirit of the bend radius specs of the cable. Although this is a temporary install I sealed and taped each connection with self amalgamating tape and regular tape on top of that. I ended up with a 95 foot run to the receiver.
Results are not what I expected but that’s why we experiment I guess.