FM Antennas For Old School Tuner?

I got a Yamaha CT-810 Tuner included in when I bought a Yamaha Ca-810 Integrated recently. It looks nice on my rack along with my other vintage Yamaha gear but It's not even hooked up. I don't really listen to FM radio much at all but thought it would be nice to at least utilize the tuner occasionally.  Any decent inexpensive antenna possibilities to match up with a tuner such as this?  Thanks. 
It looks to me like the back of the tuner offers several types of attachments that one would expect to find for various antennas.
Isn’t there an antenna rod attached to the U clip on the rear top left corner of the Tuner?;_ylt=AwrJ3VjeXqpaoHQAvPUPxQt.;_ylu=X3oDMTEyNGozbWZ1BGNvbG...
Any attic or roof mounted antenna will be dramatically better than the best indoor. If you have to stay indoors, the ST-2 is a good bet. It can also be used outdoors. 
The best indoor antenna I ever used was a car antenna. It worked fine but looked awful, of course.
Thanks for the responses. Lak, no rod attached. Swamp, looking at staying indoor. X, that's good! Never thought of that. Most likely will not attempt it though. 
Magnum Dynalab ST-2 antenna is the best indoor antenna and can be used outdoor as well.  I have tried them all, the Terk powered, Godar, etc and this one constantly pulls in the station.
That rod is one type of antenna, give it a try and see how your reception is!
lak2,925 posts03-15-2018 7:49pm
That rod is one type of antenna, give it a try ...
The rod is for AM, not FM.
I set up a vintage system recently with a tuner and did not want to install an outdoor antenna. I tried the one Magnum Dynalab indoor model- not the rod- with mixed success. 
I tracked down a guy who used to make an elaborate adjustable indoor array that was quite expensive. He recommended this. Fabulous performance: [url][/url]
Don't be deceived by its appearance. It is not a flimsy dipole and like a pipe cleaner, it can be shaped into different positions. I just have it hanging behind the floor cabinet where the gear is and it works great--
Bonus: It's 20 dollars, and they ship pretty fast!
(No affiliation or monetary gain by recommending). 
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Hands down, the ST-2 is the best at a reasonable price. I'm located between Milwaukee, Chicago, and Rockford on flat land and pull in from all three.

Powered Terks not so much.
If signal strength itself is not an issue, I'm still a fan of BIC's Beam Box antennas. They're not unobtrusive, but they're not huge and they look good. Very directional.
ST-2 by Magnum Dynalab is great, I have one mounted outside and live on the MA/RI border.    On a clear night I can get stations on the MA/RI border.   Also there is a college station a few towns over with a 175 Watt output, the MD 102 /ST 2 is the only radio that can pick it up.  

The ST 2 is made by Metz...  Fawcett Boat supplies has the same antenna branded Metz for $67.99.....


I also live on the Mass/RI border in RI.  Who would have figured?