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    ?! Going Off !?

    44014...nearest to us is showing Swell 5.2 12/13 seconds. with the swell not filled in yet and howling off-shore winds on fri/sat, you got to think that some spot on the DelMarVa will be working over the next 2 days. The last WSW predicted for OCMD worked out fine with more W then SW in it. So it could be sick for the right tides and right spots. Lower Slower might be happening as well. Good luck to us for this one.

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    Yeah id say "going off" isnt an exaggeration for today.


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    what Mitchell said!
    Heaving barrels all day.

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    I concur

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    Best waves I've had in a long time! It is firing!!! Perfect peaks up and down the beach. SOoooooo much fun!!!

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    damn!!!! ****ty day to decide to work!

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    Wow. Wow. Wow. What a day! Needed to work, but stoked for those who paddled out!

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    Yup i second and third what everyone said!!!! Nothin like some early Christmas Presents on the day the world was supposed to end!! Hope you got some

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    going off is right.. wow.. hope everyone got some of the best swell we've seen in a long time. also saw a guy in lb get pulled out of the water by a helicopter. that was a good way to get amped for a session
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    Jersey had some nice 8-10 on the face size but 30+ mile per hour off-shores, clouds and 40 degree temps just didn't do it for me... saw a few good barrels but more bobbin then throbbing in the tube..