hey swellinfo do you think a assateague report would be useful just wondering.....
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creating a assateague report
How about a Naval jetty report?
Best to extrapolate from generalized forecasts and apply local knowledge to your local breaks.
We try to avoid the idea that we are forecasting for specific spots. I know some other sites have forecasts specific to individual spots, but I'm not a fan of that approach.
I was being a wise *ss about the navel jetty. I'm not a fan of spot specific reports, my own spot or someone else's. if your familiar with an area you can take a single report and figure out pretty closely what's going on 10 miles north or south. Everybody wants it handed to them on a silver platter these days.
Jan 6, 2013, 04:02 AM #5Member
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I know of the best damn report out there! Its called get in the car & drive its always a 100% accurate. If you cant drive then get yourself a Huffy
swellinfo you are so right they said 3-4ft yesterday and the whole coast was flat lol.
Apparently ****line think they can forecast for naval jetty. its always like 300% bigger then it should be.
Jan 7, 2013, 02:06 AM #9
Jan 7, 2013, 03:02 AM #10
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As you get older you learn to take all the information available from buoy data, swell direction, swell interval, beach facing direction, current wind speed and direction, and tides. You put it all into your head and come up with a good idea of what its like and then you hope its gonna be good.