oh great.... another swellinfo bashing thread....
its been flat for weeks in NJ and the forecast has been spot on... once you understand how to forecast, you will not have to reply on ONE webpage for all your info...
Personally- swellinfo rocks!
ps- how about the magicsweed site... maybe try that???? lol
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Thread: Back to the SURFLINE?
Jan 23, 2013, 07:34 PM #31
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- BELMAR, NJ
Jan 24, 2013, 09:08 AM #32Member
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- May 2010
I accidentally posted this in another thread. Is Surfline premium a pay site? I really don't wanna pay $15 bucks a month or anything at all for a surf forecast. I can ride a bike to the beach in 5 minutes, or drive in less than that to check out the waves. I know not everyone has that luxury. This site is pretty damn good for a free site. I like Surfline, and read the articles, and watch the cams (For the quick 30 seconds they let you) sometimes, but I wouldn't pay to use it.
Jan 24, 2013, 12:40 PM #33
i love when people think there is some guy sitting up all night, watching the weather for changes so he can update tye forecast for your useless rhode island surf spot. lmfao. dude, swellinfo is free. if you don't like it, get the fuc& out. i find swell info very useful. probaly user error on your part. peace meatloaf, retard.
ps. thanks for providing this service swellinfo
Jan 24, 2013, 01:08 PM #34
Jan 24, 2013, 08:22 PM #35
Lots of resources out there. No matter what the site, never trust within 48 hours. Also, nobody can forecast the wind.