Saw some reports on here saying today was head-high? not even close where I surfed and any of the cams I saw earlier. Either it the reports were miscalculated and/or exaggerated....or you bastards did really score!
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I think today was over-hyped. I had more fun yesterday
read the disclaimer
"Forecasted surf heights represent a potential wave face height for the average to better breaks in a region during optimal conditions (tides,wind,swell)."
It all depends where you go out... and who is reporting of course
Absolutely, I'm just pissed I missed it if true head high waves a little more up north.
DE report has it glassy all week on left but not matching the above graph.
May 4, 2009, 01:41 PM #10Senior Member
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i agree with the dude who started this thread,there's all these total kooks coming out of the woodwork lately who haven't paddled out since october calling epic barrels on little weak swell.
there's been waves,but this past week was way smaller and weaker than anything in march and april which had real surf.
the whole reports thing is less important now with beachbreaks finally getting good,south and wind swell, smaller size and all the extra hours before or after work.
go check it yourself and you'll see the reports this time of year 'til next fall aren't all that helpful,if anything they'll often hurt.