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  1. #11
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    Sep 2008
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    a few friends and i wanted to go but we were all surrounded by water

  2. #12
    I got some "bay waves" although it was more of an inlet. YEW!!!. 200 yard peeling lefts all to myself and my buddies.

  3. #13
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    May 2006
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    Baltimore, MD
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    Quote Originally Posted by abbeynormal View Post
    How far up do the waves go, has there ever been a storm that would produce even a slight mini swell in the North part of the Bay around Middle River/Essex, MD?
    If there were chest high barrels in Middle River, you bet your ass I would be on them.

  4. #14

    surfing the bay

    ph1.jpgph3.jpgph4.jpgph5.jpgph2.jpg it is what it is, surfing fun chest high waves in the Chesapeake Bay during a nor'easter. considering the Bridge tunnel to VaBeach and the wildlife refuge on chincoteague were both closed, it was our only option, and it was a good break from the destrction going on all around us. I never would have thought the bay could get waves like this but after the initial aww of sufing in such conditions I started acting like it was a normal surf session in the atlantic. I was trying to get the best possition and working in turns and what not. it wasn't big compared to the seaside, but still unbelievable

  5. #15
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    Oct 2011
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    Baltimore, MD
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    Quote Originally Posted by Carson View Post
    If there were chest high barrels in Middle River, you bet your ass I would be on them.
    THe only thing I've found to do on a board in the Baltimore Co. area is SUP. But I was wondering since Miller island flooded if there was any tiny waves to play with. Most of the roads are still blocked though.

  6. #16
    how far of a paddle from the beach to the peaks??? Pretty cool mysto wave, good on ya guys.

  7. #17
    Ah...I checked this spot Sunday morning and it was firing but didn't have my board/suit with me. By the time I got back about 2 hours later, it was blown down to waist high due to the offshores....but man was it nice to get a few in the bay.

  8. #18
    I usually surf around that spot six to ten times a year. The barrels are the best part! This last time was one of the best times I have surfed it in six years

  9. #19
    Cool pics ! Looks like a fun waist high + wave