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    Quote Originally Posted by Peajay4060 View Post
    are you guys against the walk around always? sometime there can be a pretty strong sweep. i've paddled out and just drifted with it hitting peaks along the way. then i walk out and do it again. never seemed to be an issue with anyone. usally a sweep like that spreads everyone out.
    i think they are talking in the context of walking around (and paddle out the opposite side of the jetty) in order to gain the peak position. Someone who walks around and paddles out and takes the first wave asap... then continue to do the same....

    I think we all understand if there is a current- plus you are correct that everyone will get spread out too...
    Last edited by walkingonh2o; Jul 18, 2012 at 07:54 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peajay4060 View Post
    are you guys against the walk around always? sometime there can be a pretty strong sweep. i've paddled out and just drifted with it hitting peaks along the way. then i walk out and do it again. never seemed to be an issue with anyone. usally a sweep like that spreads everyone out.
    C'mon... lol. you think that is what the situation here is? yeah sure when the current is pushing that hard everyone is doing it. But its not usually pushing that hard....

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    Quote Originally Posted by walkingonh2o View Post
    i think they are talking in the context of walking around (and paddle out the opposite side of the jetty) in order to gain the peak position. Someone who walks around and paddles out and takes the first wave asap... then continue to do the same....
    i get it. that guy is super douche

    im talking about when the sweep is on a beach break. like with a hurricane. guys are just drifting through catching waves and then get out and walk around. im OK with it just wanted to see what others think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by walkingonh2o View Post
    i think they are talking in the context of walking around (and paddle out the opposite side of the jetty) in order to gain the peak position. Someone who walks around and paddles out and takes the first wave asap... then continue to do the same....
    yeah that's what Im saying... normally I would say something but this dbag is under the impression he's a tuff guy, but Im not really interesting in getting into with his 5 to 10- 18 and 19 yo buddies who are just out looking for a fight.... its really ridiculous... I've been surfing that beach for over 25years and know everyone here... but these little tool bags (some are local, some are friends from brooklyn/queens nonlocals) have steaked a claim to the spot and think they are the only locals who surf it... its just ridiculous...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MFitz73 View Post
    yeah that's what Im saying... normally I would say something but this dbag is under the impression he's a tuff guy, but Im not really interesting in getting into with his 5 to 10- 18 and 19 yo buddies who are just out looking for a fight.... its really ridiculous... I've been surfing that beach for over 25years and know everyone here... but these little tool bags (some are local, some are friends from brooklyn/queens nonlocals) have steaked a claim to the spot and think they are the only locals who surf it... its just ridiculous...
    sounds ridiculous to me.
    let them have the spot. Dbags attract more Dbags then maybe all the Dbags will be in one place so that other spots go Dbag free. that place will be a giant D bag baitball

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    Quote Originally Posted by MFitz73 View Post
    yeah that's what Im saying... normally I would say something but this dbag is under the impression he's a tuff guy, but Im not really interesting in getting into with his 5 to 10- 18 and 19 yo buddies who are just out looking for a fight.... its really ridiculous... I've been surfing that beach for over 25years and know everyone here... but these little tool bags (some are local, some are friends from brooklyn/queens nonlocals) have steaked a claim to the spot and think they are the only locals who surf it... its just ridiculous...
    Locals against locals? Now this is something you don't hear every day

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    Quote Originally Posted by MFitz73 View Post
    C'mon... lol. you think that is what the situation here is? yeah sure when the current is pushing that hard everyone is doing it. But its not usually pushing that hard....
    i got it. i got it. i was just askin about something else.

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    What I meant was. You don't turn into a dbag in the water. Most likely you're a dbag on land.

    If you use the rip along the jetty to get out, show respect and wait your turn.

  9. #49
    Quote Originally Posted by DawnPatrolSUP View Post
    Locals against locals? Now this is something you don't hear every day
    lol, it gets better with these clowns... one kid told me I couldnt surf there last fall cause it was locals only... lol...
    they think that they discovered the spot... and its not even a great spot.. but sometimes its the only place breaking and you have no choice if you want to surf...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MFitz73 View Post
    lol, it gets better with these clowns... one kid told me I couldnt surf there last fall cause it was locals only... lol...
    they think that they discovered the spot... and its not even a great spot.. but sometimes its the only place breaking and you have no choice if you want to surf...

    where is this? its sounding familiar.