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  1. #11
    went out at darlington in deal around four and it was solid 5 feet chop but a few fun ones. tomorrow morning should be fun

  2. #12
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    Head High on the sets is pretty accurate. I was pleasantly surprised myself. Serious drift tho.... offshores and pealing nicely...some very fun rides to be had.

  3. #13
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    SE swell and hard onshore winds don't make a good combination for local beaches here. You could pick off a few, but mostly sloppy sectiony lumpers.

    Good day to be a New Yorker.

  4. was fun for about 3 hours up here in RI. Wind started howling E and turned it to **** real fast

  5. #15
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    Sat and Sun morning look good too.

  6. #16
    very short lived must have been only good at like 6am went to the beach both times a 10am and it suckkkkkkkkkkkkkkked not even worth paddle Def did not see head high **** maybe double over toe suckkkkeeeyyyy blown out easterlies
    head high you realize is like from a hurricane
    over projected bc maybe you havent seen waves 4ever

  7. #17
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    Quote Originally Posted by soulsurf4sure View Post
    very short lived must have been only good at like 6am went to the beach both times a 10am and it suckkkkkkkkkkkkkkked not even worth paddle Def did not see head high **** maybe double over toe suckkkkeeeyyyy blown out easterlies
    head high you realize is like from a hurricane
    over projected bc maybe you havent seen waves 4ever
    Bro, do yourself a favor and shut up. If it wasn't worth the paddle yesterday on the morning low/low-incoming tide at LB, then you must never surf . . .

    And, for your reference, head high waves are when the face height of the wave is the height of the average person . . . that can happen due to a variety of things. Hurricanes aren't the only option, pal.

    Also, I can barely understand what you're typing. Fix your grammar.
    Last edited by Sloop John B.; Jun 16, 2012 at 12:18 AM.

  8. #18
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason View Post
    Sat and Sun morning look good too.
    And it will inevitably be crowded as ****. I'll still try to get out there on sunday though.

  9. #19
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sloop John B. View Post
    Bro, do yourself a favor and shut up. If it wasn't worth the paddle yesterday on the morning low/low-incoming tide at LB, then you must never surf . . .

    And, for your reference, head high waves are when the face height of the wave is the height of the average person . . . that can happen due to a variety of things. Hurricanes aren't the only option, pal.

    Also, I can barely understand what you're typing. Fix your grammar.
    Not even. Head high is 6-12 inches shorter then the average mans height. If your standing tall while surfing, your not doing it right.

    head high you realize is like from a hurricane
    ..your an idiot.
    Last edited by idsmashh; Jun 16, 2012 at 12:46 AM.

  10. #20
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sloop John B. View Post
    And it will inevitably be crowded as ****. I'll still try to get out there on sunday though.

    Yea you're totally right, but I need my liquid medication.

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