Modern wind turbines employ Lightning Mitigation Systems (LMSs) in order to reduce costly damages caused by lightning strikes. Lightning strikes on wind turbines occur frequently making LMS configurations a necessity. An LMS for a single turbine includes, among other equipment, cables running inside each blade, along the entire blade length. These cables are connected to various metallic receptors on the outside surface of the blades. The LMS cables can act as significant electromagnetic scatterers which may cause interference to radar systems. This interference may be mitigated by reducing the Radar Cross-Section (RCS) of the wind turbine's LMS. This report investigates proposed modifications to LMS cables in order to reduce the RCS when illuminated by Re locatable Over the Horizon Radar (ROTHR) systems which operate in the HF band (3 - 30 MHz). The proposed modifications include breaking up the LMS cables using spark gap connections, and changing the orientation of the LMS cable within the turbine blade. Both simulated analyses of such RCS mitigation techniques is provided as well as recommendations on further research.