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  1. #1
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    How big have you gone?

    What was the biggest wave you ever surfed?

    I surfed like around 17 foot waves around the time of isabel in Trinidad and Tobago.

    What about you friends?

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    Mexico Puerto Valarta beachbreak 7ft wave Oct 2006 heavy closeouts!
    Puerto Rico Rincon Marias 8ft sets and bigger Jan 2007 craziest holdowns!
    Long Island Lido Beach 6-8ft Nov 3 2007 epic day!

    I cant wait til I ride my first 10 plus bomb. I'll need to get some cojones first!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by iceybeatzjosh View Post
    What was the biggest wave you ever surfed?

    I surfed like around 17 foot waves around the time of isabel in Trinidad and Tobago.

    What about you friends?

    i remember u saying u were 14 years old....surfing a 17 foot wave is great if u can really do it

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    yeah no BS I only caught 3 waves. but still...

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    I was in like 6th grade

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    first time to oahu when i was 19, on the last day of my 2 month trip, i paddled out at haleiwa with some friends. it was "6-8ft" and omfg i thought i was going to die. i have no idea how big the faces were, that place is heavy!!

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    I think stomach high is the biggest I caught it....wait....I am a boogie it is all overhead!!!

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    Salsa Bravo

    Session of my life at "Salsa Bravo" in Puerto Viejo, CR. sick point break, drove all night from the pacific coast. I awoke to heaven. 15-17 ft faces, mid tide, just jacking up off the reef. Scared ****tless. but paddled out with two buddies of mine. Caught one, dropped in, and pulled into a barrel I would never forget. It just dumped over my head and i took off. With a few locals hootin and only surreal palm trees in my vision, i couldnt help but enjoi the moment of pure legal extasy. Got caught inside after a few more, the reef left its mark but I will never forget that first barrel.

    ahhh got me thinking about it! and no damn waves!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrocker89 View Post
    Session of my life at "Salsa Bravo" in Puerto Viejo, CR. sick point break, drove all night from the pacific coast. I awoke to heaven. 15-17 ft faces, mid tide, just jacking up off the reef. Scared ****tless. but paddled out with two buddies of mine. Caught one, dropped in, and pulled into a barrel I would never forget. It just dumped over my head and i took off. With a few locals hootin and only surreal palm trees in my vision, i couldnt help but enjoi the moment of pure legal extasy. Got caught inside after a few more, the reef left its mark but I will never forget that first barrel.

    ahhh got me thinking about it! and no damn waves!
    Salsa is ridiculous. I was there a long time ago, but i still think its the best wave I've ever seen in person. Like Backdoor, but more perfect.

    And outside of the wave, the town of Puerto Veijo is insane!!

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    I generally don't care what is said and enjoy the comedic value of this form. However I think its higly unlikely that you rode 17 ft hurricane surf in Trinidad as a child. Let's try to be at least a little bit truthful. We should refrain from outlandish claims about monster surf or girlfriends in the Niagra Falls region.