That's a great story...good start to your day
you're an idiot. surfline is the only way.
yeah and the have super specific location forecasts... ... ...
I grew up in Southern California. Remember long before cellphones, computers and internet dialiing surf report daily. I don't remember the number I dialed. But I can still recall the recording I would hear every morning when ever I dialed in. "This is the Los Angeles County something w/ the early AM, etc. surf report. South bay beaches, air whatever it was, water temp whatever it was. THen surf conditions.....
only fools pay for semi-accurate surf forecasting w/ all the free info available now...
Thank you !!!!!!!!
I will say Surfline has it good point but , I will not pay for something when This site is free and WAAAAAAAYYYYY better.
There are diffent styles of surfing now a days. I am not into Airs myself it not that I dont think there cool its just they dont apeal to me . Different stroked for differnet folks
I also remeber the day when people use to check the surf by going to the beach to see what it is like LOL
"]I will say Surfline has it good point but , I will not pay for something when This site is free and WAAAAAAAYYYYY better. (Matt Johnson)
Both Surfline & Swellinfo miss their targets, repeatedly. Each also get their share of accurate hits. Surfline does not project clean 3-4 glass at 5 days out. Swellinfo does this, routinely, especially for the upcoming weekends. I do utilize both sites.
Understanding the business model / motivation behind the owners of both sites goes a long way to 'getting it.'
2." i find watching spastic flapping by the "shortboard only" to be boring & slightly painful."
Possible quote of the year candidate.
I'll never look at shortboarders in 2 foot slop the same way again.
matt, i may not ride a log frequently, but i have long since made my peace w/ it & try to ride it as stylishly as possible. no "oversized shortboard" longboard for me...
also, i think that travel section matt's talking about is actually accessible for free...