Good to know I did about what everyone else would do.
To clear up the poll question. I meant that you see a shark of significant size, close by. Doesn't have to be feeding though.
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I hear ya. This one was big and very close. I've seen fins before, and that isn't nearly as scary and seeing a brown shadow in the wave in front of you.
I know. There are a bunch around, but there is a nice wave there too :)...
I surf regularly at the point on BHI, NC. known as a sharky spot.
I paddle out a little past the sandbar (water is only about stomach deep), I see a 6-8 foot shark about 15-20 feet away from me...
Jul 3, 2014, 01:43 PM
I know, wondering how waves will be tmr. Can't get out until late morning Friday. :(
Gut says it will be flat after 10am, but I have hope.
Tru. looking forward to da next one.
Surfed in southern nc today. There wasn't much. A few sets had size but not a lot of power.
old Dorian, now projected to move NNE, and possibly NE in the coming days, up the east coast. Might be a wave maker Sat/Sunday for southeaster east coast?
Jul 9, 2013, 03:42 PM
This sounds awful.
I've only surfed in southern NC, where maybe the waves aren't as big - but at least we have them all to ourselves.
looks like a fun weekend from where I am sitting. The wind forecast is a little bit weird, as it shows nearshore winds around 10, but not far offshore to be 35+. So that's probably pushing...
Anyone watching it? Looks like it might create some surf thursday-Saturday here in Southern North Carolina...
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