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  1. #131
    Quote Originally Posted by Paddington Jetty Bear View Post
    OMG, SW winds in my neck of Jersey blow South.

    Dude where are these SW swells you speak of? Wouldn't they be south of RI and right at Jersey's front door. Dude, we get every swell you guys get and more. Are you sure you aren't on the west coast?

    We need a long fetch? What do you mean by that?
    I mean winds have to blow over a large area. Your local very nearshore winds don't create swell.

    "SW winds in my neck of jersey blow south?" Than their not sw winds. Their S winds. What the hell?

    A low coming up the east coast is spinning counter clockwise. You can get all kinds of different swell direction from that depending on the movement of the storm. Nor'easters aren't common in summer. SW wind swells make up the majority of swell in summer and RI trumps NJ in that department. We are talking about consistency here. I'm just saying ri has more swell directions that it's exposed to.

  2. #132
    Perspective. was the word i typed not sure what this thing typed. I paid over 400 for it so it should do better. might just throw it away and get anoter one.

  3. #133
    Quote Originally Posted by NJshredmachine View Post
    Let me put it in perscriptionive.

    Kure Beach wave fake surfer
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    and this gay mess..
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    VS NJ WAVES BRAHHH!!
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    You're comparing a thigh high wave to double overhead plus a couple feet?

    First wave actually looked fun. I bet you can lie down on your board and bench out 400 WHILE riding that double overhead wave. You tape two sups together for the job right?
    Last edited by shark-hunter; Apr 23, 2013 at 06:56 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NJshredmachine View Post
    Let me put it in perscriptionive.

    Kure Beach wave fake surfer
    Attachment 7387
    and this gay mess..
    Attachment 7388

    VS NJ WAVES BRAHHH!!
    Attachment 7389
    Do you have any real pictures of you surfing? I mean, the stolen internet pics are fun and all, but I want to believe that you are some lonely 14 year old pretending to be a surfer.

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    It's official... instant recognition. He's back!

  6. #136
    end of story comparing NC and NJ.. haha! and im 24. you wish you were me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NJshredmachine View Post
    end of story comparing NC and NJ.. haha! and im 24. you wish you were me!
    Not really. Nice try. Bench pressing is lame. Real men stick to overhead pressing 400lbs.

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    Dude, this will be my last counter with you. As I said, lets check the cams for a month and see who has the surf.

    Dude, nearshore winds most certainly produce waves. Dude, that's what the east coast is all about. You have a very strange look at what produces waves in the east.

    The winds are blowing SW........in the southern NJ coast the winds are South because the beach faces south.......in central NJ the winds are offshore with some south in it(like diaganol offshore).......way up in north Jersey the winds are straight offshore. Jersey doesn't have a straight verticle coastline. There's different angles to it.

    Again I implore you....anyone........ to just look at a map of Rhode Island. It is not swell exposed.

  9. #139
    paddington is right nj wins hands down

  10. #140
    Quote Originally Posted by Paddington Jetty Bear View Post

    Dude, nearshore winds most certainly produce waves. Dude, that's what the east coast is all about. You have a very strange look at what produces waves in the east.

    The winds are blowing SW........in the southern NJ coast the winds are South because the beach faces south.......in central NJ the winds are offshore with some south in it(like diaganol offshore).......way up in north Jersey the winds are straight offshore. Jersey doesn't have a straight verticle coastline. There's different angles to it.
    Can the moderator step in(Micah I think) and please explain this to him. Very near shore winds produce chop, not swell. What the wind is doing at your beach does not translate into what is happening 175 miles offshore. And your lack of understanding of what a sw swell is really perplexes me.
    Last edited by shark-hunter; Apr 23, 2013 at 07:14 PM.