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    Spring has been alright, only 2 major swell events that I can think of over shoulder high.

    After a February and March like we had, it would be pretty hard for the Spring to be impressive. It was ok. But it wasn't winter.

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    View from the wall @ Narr. Town Beach this past Saturday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtiz257 View Post
    Also the sandbars are sick after sandy. One of the best winters in my lifetime. Hopefully it continues
    I've got to admit,after Sandy everything looked pretty messed up but things are now better then ever in my view.Stud,I have to give you props.You called it! We will see after summer when they do the beach replenishment .So enjoy it now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatSlyB View Post
    Spring has been alright, only 2 major swell events that I can think of over shoulder high.

    After a February and March like we had, it would be pretty hard for the Spring to be impressive. It was ok. But it wasn't winter.
    Can't say I disagree at all because you're right but I guess I was thinking more of consistency... Although we've only had a couple major swells, I feel like we've had some medium sized swell running in between the bigger swells or every week (for the most part) at least giving us the chance to get out there, maybe on a longer board, and have some pretty fun, clean rides.. In my mind, you can't beat that... And in all honesty, a tropical storm in the beginning of June?!?... I'll take that any day.

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    im suprised the crowds have not been that bad... at least at my break- you know that popular jetty in monmouth county... at least in my opion and when there are a few extra guys out- they really arnt catching any waves!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by walkingonh2o View Post
    im suprised the crowds have not been that bad... at least at my break- you know that popular jetty in monmouth county... at least in my opion and when there are a few extra guys out- they really arnt catching any waves!!!
    Two days ago, it was me and a few of my buddies and no one else out there... it was waist-stomach high perfect peeling waves rolling through and it was all for ourselves... I was amazed.. Maybe everyone was surfed out from TS Andrea? lol

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    dont know whats going on with the lack of crowds lately, past three days have been really good here and only seen 2 or three of the other locals out its like they all vanished or something

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    Well you North Jersey SOB's had the good winter. Every frickin swell had SW or WSW at frickin 20-50 mph. That's no exagerration neither. My chaffuer doesn't take me to North Jersey. So, all of those wonderful swells you had were kind of trucked down here. Oh, I went out but it leaves a bitter taste in your mouth knowing 30 miles away horrible people were getting the goods.

    Forget spring, we are just talking June. And June so far has been nice. Andrea Saturday was pretty dang good, of course there's that SW wind again, but it remained unpredicted light. Sunday was rippable as shoot. Yesterday(Wednesday) was rippable as shoot. Another front is coming through right as I type. I hear the thunder approaching. Severe T-Storms and possible tornados............OMG. Youse guys watch out today. Things could get hairy. Then again maybe they won't. I love you guys.

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