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  1. #21
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    Quote Originally Posted by seldom seen View Post
    That would make the post-session parking lot change-up so much easier!
    Sitting in the bar might be a bit toasty, though.

  2. #22
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    Quote Originally Posted by leethestud View Post
    I bet there will still be like 100 people at the jetty tomorrow, the last day of january, in howling winds, ~40 degree water, 40 something air, and a short period stomach high wave.

    That's an easy fix...holler "Mary Lee!" in the lineup

  3. #23
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    Quote Originally Posted by yankee View Post
    Sitting in the bar might be a bit toasty, though.
    Indeed, although my gas bill might go down a bit this time of year.

  4. #24
    there were zero waves at 10 am

  5. #25
    ok Im watching the cam and we have one taker out there on a log. Fighting that current like a champ!

  6. #26
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    I KnOw GoUD AtT MaTh...... gOOod OnE. Thanks for the concern.

    I havent been able to get out in a long time so I have misplaced my boot and with how frequent we get waves here, it completely befuddles me as to how I lost one....... Me and my buddys usually head up to my place in OCMD, when its not to bad will try and go without a hood if its clean enough sometimes, I hate those dam things.

    heres some pictures of me surfing some coldwater for Internet proof, as you can tell its clearly me and cold. These pictures should provide the needed proof that I have surfed coldwater before and am good at math.
    MAhAlO SeA CrABS GOnNA ShReD GnAR BOX WaVEs
    gallery-photo-sept2-1-gal_1.jpgScottD_091118_0062f-550x367.jpg
    Quote Originally Posted by njsurfer42 View Post
    lmao...!

    as for hoods...water temps in the mid-40's is COLD...i generally start wearing a hood when it dips below 50 or if it's super windy (but then, i'm battling surfer's ear) the questions you're asking make me wonder whether you've surfed during the winter before...
    Last edited by no6rider89; Jan 30, 2013 at 08:23 PM.

  7. #27
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    Quote Originally Posted by no6rider89 View Post
    I KnOw GoUD AtT MaTh...... gOOod OnE. Thanks for the concern.
    heres some pictures of me surfing some coldwater for Internet proof, as you can tell its clearly me and cold. These pictures should provide the needed proof that I have surfed coldwater before and am good at math.
    MAhAlO SeA CrABS GOnNA ShReD GnAR BOX WaVEs
    gallery-photo-sept2-1-gal_1.jpgScottD_091118_0062f-550x367.jpg
    funny you posted one of scott's pics. clearly NOT you, though. it's iceman...

  8. #28
    Quote Originally Posted by SkegLegs View Post
    How flat this winter has been??? December had 2 back to back incredible swells, one of which may have been the biggest cleanest swells I have ever seen here.
    Dec 21 swell in VB:

    http://mari-sol.smugmug.com/Other/Do...1238&k=6Wz8V9D

    Used to surf out there with this guy. Pumping for that spot

  9. #29
    I say go to class so there will be one less person hassling me in the line up by the way ill be the guy on the 6'7 fun board with floaties on my arms SURFS UP BRAHHHHH

  10. #30
    it would be pretty cold ,you would need atleast a 3mm boot ,but if u can take it.. go out.