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  1. #21
    Quote Originally Posted by staystoked View Post
    THANKS EVERYONE FOR THE POSITIVE FEED BACK.

    But i have to bump this thread up,

    the guys board is currently living in my garage now. It already looks home sick, and i really want to get it back to the owner. I would love to ride it and cheer it up a bit, but the board is unique and very distinct looking, i would hate to be called a thief in the water.

    So i need YOUR help, What other ways can i get this board reunited? should i post a pic and rely on just the street info? How many bumps or days should i wait till its ethically rite to sell it? Is there any other local surfing social media outlets out there that i should know about?

    It would be cool if the SwellInfo Community could solve this one together.

    Thanks
    -StayStoked
    If you frequent that spot a lot....Jam a homemade sign in the ground that says if you left your surfboard behind, email me. Create a free email address just for this, dont use your normal one. Chances are, if the guy surfs there, he'll be back, or a friend will etc. It's effort on your part, but it might work.

    Craigslist as somebody mentioned, is a good idea as well.

  2. #22
    You can put lost and found messages on Surfline too. I know it's a competitor site, but just in case.

  3. #23
    I found myself in your shoes about 20 years ago,felt bad for dudes,it was 2 boards! brought them to the local police.maybe not your cup of tea,but the guy should contact the police,and if he doesn't within a year,they give the board to u

  4. #24
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    haha are you the guy whos board i found, but some one jacked your gloves?

  5. #25
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    Quote Originally Posted by shorepoints View Post
    Same thing happened to me a few years ago in North Jersey. A kind person who worked at the shop in Sea Bright picked it up and kept it at the shop. I posted up on this exact forum and the connection was made in less than a day. As someone who has been on the other side, good on you!

    haha are you the guy whos board i found, but some one jacked your gloves?

  6. #26
    ask local surf shops to post a sign or maybe they know who's board it is.

  7. #27
    try the www.thesurfersview.com and maybe craigslist?? i dont know if people still use localswell or not

  8. #28
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    You Sir are the kind person that reminds me of actions desireable in a real human being. Kudos for your efforts and I hope that board finds its owner and you make more positive vibes towards yourself from your efforts

  9. #29
    Quote Originally Posted by peacefulsurf View Post
    haha are you the guy whos board i found, but some one jacked your gloves?
    Yup, that's me. Gloves were a small price to pay. Thanks once more for your kindness.

  10. #30
    Bumpity

    StayStoked...good on ya, brother.

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