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  1. #11
    Idk where arby was but there were bombs here
    At least by EC standards. I wondered the same thing too, with regard to his semantics. However, can't chastise a cat for undercalling.

    Buoy is still 5ft at 11s today with mild cross wind. The body is in full recognition that it charged for 4hrs plus yesterday. Spring stoke buoys. Spring stoke.

    FLY A BANNER FOR SI RENAISSANCE AND MACKING EC BREAKS EVERYWHERE

  2. #12
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    Fly a banner For june in south jersey
    Last edited by baddy trailerpark; Jun 3, 2014 at 12:52 PM. Reason: MISPRINT, ARMS TIRED from paddling

  3. #13
    A Brooklyn surfer, lmao. scruffy facial hair, custom painted board, pabst and can't even stand up. Hipsters can shred, yaa broo.

  4. #14
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    Quote Originally Posted by EmassSpicoli View Post
    .. yesterday's swell was no joke. Buoys at 6.9ft at 11s are gonna equate to 7-9ft faces at optimal tide at good breaks. ... it's indisputable that yesterday was OH+ and cranking..
    I will corroborate. Yesterday was OH+. And this morning the leftovers were still very fresh and sizable. To repeat, no joke..

  5. #15
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    Its been good on the Delmarva... Was too tired from surfing to wake up early and hit it this morning. Thats a good problem to have.

  6. #16
    yesterday morning was tube central. i won't tell you where, but it was where I was surfing. there was a sand bar on steroids that delivered. had a blast with only a few other guys out. this was MonCo NJ from like 8-10:30 ish. you can suck it if you say it sucked, were no barrels anywhere, etc.

  7. #17
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    Dudes, my stoke meter is not only full right now, but overflowing. 3 days in a row. Today was a surprising 3.4 @ 11 seconds, 0 wind. It was freaking incredible. I mean, not huge gaping barrels, but I surfed for 3 hours on the new board and I feel like I got about 100 waves. Got to the beach 3 hours before high tide and there were just a frame lines peeling in all over the place. I was the first one out... people started tricking out as the high tide approached. Everyone was hooting each other into waves. I ended up meeting the local shaper out in the water. He sold me the Long Board i just bought, but he was out of town so his buddy actually gave it to me, so I never met him. He paddles out next to me and is like, hey, nice board... So, all in all, it was a SICK vibe in the water. I surfed my arse off. Was walking all over the LB, slashing turns, noseriding... There were Hindus all over the beach... Incredible morning....

    And this is why I negotiated coming in at noon 2 days a week into my contract at work. Just in case there is swell around... Man... I am a happy mother @&^$er right now....

  8. #18
    Love that feeling when your wavecount is off the charts, you feel like you can surf so good you can surf blindfolded afterwards

  9. #19
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    And man, nothing better than trunking it in the morning and feeling almost "hot" in the water.... I feel like the water warmed up incredibly fast this year down here. Have been out of the rubber for a month now. I can't believe that the water was already at like 79 degrees at the end of may. Crazy talk. I wouldn't be surprised in August if it peaked at like 90. I think last year it hovered around 86 for a month or so... Felt like surfing in a bowl of soup sometimes. MUCH different than my previous locations in MD and CA...

  10. #20
    I was at Winthrop yesterday after work and it was definitely not even close to overhead... I need to get on some better breaks