I will call the shops today when they open. Hopefully something turns up. I posted a lost board on craigslist as well. Thanks. I can't imagine someone would try to use this board locally. Crazy odds that someone would have driven by in that 30 minutes so early on a freezing morning and had car/truck big enough for this board and was willing to take it. Still hoping that it was good intentions.
calling the cops seems like a fail move if you find a baord, go to shops and tell them you found one and make a listing on CL or Nwespapers: found board at______ describe it and its yours
exactly.... I don't know how many times that I have left my board literally on the board walk at my local break- due to me forgetting something at home and having to bike back home and back- and my board is still there...
Originally Posted by mpofpa
Dude most people are scared to paddle out when it's 23' hollow and spitting.
Originally Posted by walkingonh2o
We've almost all left a surfboard, a wetsuit, a pair of gloves, booties, or a towel at the beach or had our boards
blown off our car by a wind-gust. Lost surfboards DO turn up at the police station so check there.
Quickly, I would post on Craig's list lost and found since people will look there for your ad - I guess you're
in Jersey so post an ad there. I would say the chance is normally > 50% it will turn up. But if you are in a
populated area, it might be less than that so good luck.
I might also post a sign right where you lost it - like you would do for a dog. Maybe offer a few
I hope you find it - it's a shame to lose part of your surfing repertoire.
When you start forgetting not just your surfboard but your car, then you need to slow down, but
I wouldn't worry yet. :)
BRAH!! only when its hollow and spitting... then you get pitted...so pitted...see ya at the next 24ft swell...
Originally Posted by seldom seen
good idea!!! who surf that S.L. spot anyways??? Its always the same guys!
Originally Posted by ScorchieLeWave