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  1. #31
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    Quote Originally Posted by NickM View Post
    This wave looks like he barely missed his bottom turn and is trying to escape.
    Yeah, i'd say the same but i'd like to add that he may have corrected his line and stalled and got deep inside, who knows? The pic doesn't tell the whole story, either way that's a serious f'ing wave, regardless of geographical location.

  2. #32
    Quote Originally Posted by DawnPatrolSUP View Post
    Yeah, i'd say the same but i'd like to add that he may have corrected his line and stalled and got deep inside, who knows? The pic doesn't tell the whole story, either way that's a serious f'ing wave, regardless of geographical location.
    Just for the record, that's Ocean City, MD...very close to Delaware; 90% of the time way better than Delaware...but we do have our days, though they are few and far between.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zippy View Post
    I'm originally from NJ live on Delvarva now and can say without a doubt Belmar is not heavy compared to Delaware or OCMD.
    dued Belmar f'n sucks!!iv never been to ocmd or Delmarva,but iv seen plenty of videos of some oversized doubleup slab on dry sand and it looks pretty f'n heavy.im from nj and I can say it sucks.we get good days,less than 10 good swells a year.bayhead gets pretty thick,but always supercrowded with jerseys pros,whch are about 10.10 pro surfers out of probably 200k surfers in my state.theres towns in san clemente that have more sponsored kids on 1 block than the entire northeast.

    anyway anytime u surf a hollow beachbreak boards will break.doesnt matter who shaped it,what brand,cheap or expensive,they all break.i buy all used boards since 4/5 snap during winter,then buy more in spring.if u can afford 10 boards at 799$ a piece,well godamn u should be in Hawaii.most expensive board I ever bought was 350$ and it was a gift from a girl.cheapest board I bought was 25$ and I still use it to this day.has so much ductape on the thing u couldn't tell wtf it is lol.i have a six sense for getting pounded,and that's how most my sessions go down.it helps to surf without a leash so your board doesn't snap under the lip instead of flying away,but on this wicked medium south swells,a lot of waters movin around and its hard to get in without catchin a wave in,so u spend a good 10 minutes trying to get blasted to the beach,only to get recycled and take a few more 6footers on the head

  4. #34
    in regard to that OCMD bomb wave posted, again. i believe his name is Drex Harrington. >>>>he is way better then most, of you/us. believe it.

    And if it was heavy in Delaware on Weds. i would suspect you would not have seen so many people in the water. Just saying<<<<

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    Quote Originally Posted by Koki Barrels View Post
    Just for the record, that's Ocean City, MD...very close to Delaware; 90% of the time way better than Delaware...but we do have our days, though they are few and far between.
    Oh i believe it, every area has it's day, I bet even Georgia has a heavy wave that happens once every so often, sh*t even the Gulf has it's shining moments, very rare, but it happens.

  6. #36
    Delaware is so heavy noooo one can paddle 5ft waves. wheres my ski and gopro??

  7. #37
    hhaha me and da boys have had this bet going that del ware doesn't get waves.. i just won a smoke up!! shoots!!

  8. #38
    and the legend of lower slower continues... it is real, but few have seen it, few have scored it and very few give it a try on size, IMO/from what i have seen. There have been times when you could look south and not believe the size and weight of the sets coming through. When it is like that, {not 0ften } ,,, 12-15 people max move like 8-10. there is a reason for this! Got to love talking smack about IRI.

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    Last week in Delaware was pretty damn good, but it definitely gets way heavier.... scary heavy. It was real crowded, but most of the people were just out there floating around, handful of guys on the peak.... and of course the jet ski dropping in on people. And that pic is Drex in Oc back during the Hurricane Noel swell, hell of a surfer.
    Last edited by Spongegnar; Dec 3, 2013 at 02:23 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xgen70 View Post
    and the legend of lower slower continues... it is real, but few have seen it, few have scored it and very few give it a try on size, IMO/from what i have seen. There have been times when you could look south and not believe the size and weight of the sets coming through. When it is like that, {not 0ften } ,,, 12-15 people max move like 8-10. there is a reason for this! Got to love talking smack about IRI.
    Truth