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  1. #11
    damn, that's craaaazyy! i surfed Assateague Sunday morning, maybe it was from there...i dunno...I'm stumped, I had to have got it from the water, took some Mucinex last night and by the time I woke up this morning my ear was clear...still a little congested, but that Mucinex is good sh!t.

  2. #12
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    A little OT, but are the sand bars back to normal at Assateague now?

  3. #13
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    check out this green and clean... http://www.swellinfo.com/surf-foreca...ashington.html, seems like washington is always big and clean. The paddle looks near impossible from the pictures I have seen.

  4. #14
    Quote Originally Posted by CaptJAQ View Post
    A little OT, but are the sand bars back to normal at Assateague now?
    They were definitely affected by Irene, just seems to be a lot mushier...even at dead low...i had way more fun in OC Sat. afternoon. Bombtastic!

  5. #15
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    Quote Originally Posted by Koki Barrels View Post
    They were definitely affected by Irene, just seems to be a lot mushier...even at dead low...i had way more fun in OC Sat. afternoon. Bombtastic!
    Definately still not good at AI, (state and fed checked) on saturday. chest hi and perfect in town.

  6. #16
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    thanks for the sandbar updates

  7. #17
    Quote Originally Posted by super fish View Post
    check out this green and clean... http://www.swellinfo.com/surf-foreca...ashington.html, seems like washington is always big and clean. The paddle looks near impossible from the pictures I have seen.
    Super fish,

    this place is not really clean that often, but it does get really big from fall into mid-summer....but usually out of control. This place works best up to about 4'-5' during the fall, but occasionally gets decent in the summer. Water temps are trippy, can be 58 degrees one day then drop to 48 almost overnight....during the summer!!!

    There are other spots around here that can handle the swell, but I can't give 'em away. The locs here are the most protective that I've ever met, and for good reason. They are holding big time up here, but it's not like you just pull up to the lot to see it going off every single day. When I say you gotta search, you really have no idea until you've been there. "Wild" only begins to explain. And, 90% of the spots up here are "novelty" spots....a weird combo of swells, winds and tides will only make certain places fire.

    Here's a link to the La Push cam:

    http://www.northolympic.com/areawebcams/

    This place is no secret, but it's not all that great either. 10-15 people in a 1/4 mile stretch constitutes a "crowd".