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  1. #41
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    Quote Originally Posted by jettyface View Post
    Do you think you could duck dive with a life jacket on? I just started surfing this year and I think Irene might be a good time to get used to bigger waves. Any thoughts?
    Hahaha. Ummm . . .NO!
    Last edited by Hanaebu; Aug 23, 2011 at 11:45 PM.

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    Any one else getting excited for the impossible paddle out?

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    Quote Originally Posted by idsmashh View Post
    I think its a great idea.. If you get there and it looks too big I reccomend you just paddle out anyway. Big waves always look a lot scarier then they actually are, but don't worry. They can't hurt you. Don't listen to these other guys on here, they're just jealous of your bravery. Try not to stress it too much.
    Lol Some good stuff here.Doesn't Laird where a jacket?

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    21 ft. by sunday??! lol...... Well I know that there will be alot of sand moving... but not allot of surfing going on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoodVibes View Post
    Lol Some good stuff here.Doesn't Laird where a jacket?
    He does while tow-surfing 50 ft+ waves.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by andrewk529 View Post
    He does while tow-surfing 50 ft+ waves.....
    In that case Jettyface is good to go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoodVibes View Post
    In that case Jettyface is good to go.

    Someone should call 911 as soon as he hits the water

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    the storm is going to be too close...VAS conditions while its here, and it wont be sending us any waves after it passes. it might be rideable for a bit before theres no swell left, and thats hoping it passes during the day

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    If this swell goes down to knee high by Monday morning in Jerz.... I'll eat my shorts!

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    if they start evacuating do you guys plan on staying and waiting for the wind to change?