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    finally

    Getting some waves!!!!!!!!!!!!! Ahhhhh.....

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    Yeah Mr. Super Fish.......waves........I missed that waist high Saturday we had a few weeks ago.......I was burning up with fever two Fridays ago, so I missed that one. 2012 was not starting off good. But got waves the past couple of days.....and tomorrow we'll have offshore waves. Yoo hoo. I hope your neck of the woods treats you ok. And it's so friggin warm out........Man, us east coasters got hit the past two winters. Cold....snow....cold....snow......We were due a mild winter, and Jesus gave it to me.

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    I wouldn't count winter out just yet. Although it has been mild so far......I have a feeling February will be beastly.

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    Felt like winter up here in New England this past weekend...scored some nice snowstorm LB sets. Nothing to brag about but its been weeks since I have been out so it felt great!

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    VB was chest/shoulder high this morning and clean. Water still hovering around 48 degrees. More dolphins in the water than people. Nice...

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    Quote Originally Posted by havanasand View Post
    VB was chest/shoulder high this morning and clean. Water still hovering around 48 degrees. More dolphins in the water than people. Nice...
    Yea i was out too by myself the entire morning over on the Croatan side of the jetty. The fog and the dolphins were creeping me out....

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    I've seen dolphins but this morning they were EVERYWHERE and coming in REAL close to check me out feet from my board. Eye to eye contact with them. They were dropping in on waves. It was un-real to watch and I swear they would wait for some of the set waves to come and trim down the line. They are the true watermen. A sureal experience. I'm so stoked to have been a part of that. Beats the hell out of paying 40.00 to at Seaworld.

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    They are the true watermen.
    No, they are aquatic mammalians

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    Quote Originally Posted by SkegLegs View Post
    No, they are aquatic mammalians
    now that's funny