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Thread: TS Dorian

  1. #81
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    It looks like a Euro v. GFS Model Throwdown. My money is on the Euro Model. This will be interesting to see which one is right. July, August, September, October with favorable Cape Verde setup. Same thing that makes you laugh, makes you cry.

  2. #82
    Quote Originally Posted by EmassSpicoli View Post
    Is this the guy that Erock and a couple others posted the Chantal report from? Can't remember but these reports are on point like acupuncture!! Wavestradamus!!!
    post that up on his FB page, he will be stoked

  3. #83
    Looks like our bruddah TS Shane is slated to get up to 69mph winds, that's nearly Cat1 yo! That buggah gonna kick north or what?

    TS Flossie (SICK NAME BRAHS!) looks like he's gonna light up HI with some love too.

  4. #84
    Quote Originally Posted by sisurfdogg View Post
    It looks like a Euro v. GFS Model Throwdown. My money is on the Euro Model. This will be interesting to see which one is right. July, August, September, October with favorable Cape Verde setup. Same thing that makes you laugh, makes you cry.
    The Euro model in Bavarians are way mo betta den da US model. More torque and HP! Jus ax da shreddah!!

    Cept he probly reps da Lambo or Rati!!! Ballah!!!

  5. #85
    I just got a sick foam surfboard. The guy at the surf shop told me it was ideal for double overhead surf. I'm ready to gnar out now that I've been surfing since June.

  6. #86
    Quote Originally Posted by jettyface View Post
    I just got a sick foam surfboard. The guy at the surf shop told me it was ideal for double overhead surf. I'm ready to gnar out now that I've been surfing since June.
    No wayz brah!!! Bet dat stix good fo trips ova da head least!!! You natural braddah!!! Made fo da swellz!!!

  7. #87
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    Quote Originally Posted by DawnPatrolSUP View Post
    Floyd is my 1st memory of attempting hurricane surf (may have been others but Floyd was a beast)
    Mine too; I remember finally making it out to the lineup, then started to realize the size and power of the swell. I was literally shaking.Good times though, and a good learning experience ducking the set waves breaking out past the 2nd bar.Surfing the banks will prepare you for anything mother nature can throw at you.

  8. #88
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    Quote Originally Posted by EmassSpicoli View Post
    Is this the guy that Erock and a couple others posted the Chantal report from? Can't remember but these reports are on point like acupuncture!! Wavestradamus!!!
    No idea,didn't see that thread.The guy's name is Levi Cowan, he's the man for forecasting Atlantic storms.

  9. #89
    I'm jonesing for some juice.

    I actually paddled around a flat ocean today

  10. #90
    Quote Originally Posted by McLovin View Post
    I'm jonesing for some juice.

    I actually paddled around a flat ocean today
    Nuttin wrong with that brah. I do it if I have to for the workout to burn cals so I can eat like a horse and also for paddling conditioning. Then I beckon the boats to come over and give me a wake!!!