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  1. #21
    Join Date
    Jul 2009
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    Quote Originally Posted by joj101 View Post
    go back to MD because we dont need anymore of your kind down here.You have to earn respect to get respect and just like volcom said stop going to the college hang out of 64th
    you should go to 81st where the rest of your type hang out or come surf in jimbo peacocks waves of the south side he loves boogie boarders
    i believe the saying is u got to give respect to get respect

  2. #22
    Quote Originally Posted by dcmbsc View Post
    Hey bro, The are about 2 or 3 ,maybe, includeing me. I used to live in cali and now here. Surfers here have no respect for bodyboarding. Therefore I have no respect for them.

    I paddle out at springmaid pier, come paddle out sometime or shoot me a pm.
    I'm the guy who is pushing 60 that you see at springmaid usually in the morning, I respect the surfers and give them lots of room. I have never had any problems. With the small stuff you have no choice but catch the inside. I have found that durning the week is better, no so many kids in the water to run over. If you really want to boogie try Makapuu it will scare the hell out of you. See you Sat

  3. #23
    Quote Originally Posted by joj101 View Post
    go back to MD because we dont need anymore of your kind down here.You have to earn respect to get respect and just like volcom said stop going to the college hang out of 64th
    you should go to 81st where the rest of your type hang out or come surf in jimbo peacocks waves of the south side he loves boogie boarders


    No thanks I'll stay here...

  4. #24
    Quote Originally Posted by kook95 View Post
    It's hard to take seriously any surfer with an attitude in Myrtle Beach. I'll try not to judge because I don't know your situations, but unless you 're trapped there by circumstances beyond your control or you have the money and time to travel alot, surfing must not be your first priority. So to pretend that a few spongers are threatining the knee to thigh-high piss dribble you call swell is hilarious.


    It's not about the money considering a descent bodyboard w/ stringers runs $200+ then a leash and fins... your right into surfboard price territory. Not to mention; wether you surf or bodyboard, a trip to central america or HI would cost the same.

  5. #25
    Quote Originally Posted by EastcoastSponger View Post
    this thread turned out FUBAR.
    Anyways, further down south at Folly we are small crew of spongers and some unknowns too. We surf Washout, and the Pier, and some other spots too. We set up trips to Central America. We ride prone and dropknee. We ride Custom Xs, No.6s, Cartels, Es, and BZs. We do the ESA here and got the SC Governors Cup at the end of this month. We sponge in these divisions. The line up knows us, and we share a common respect with everyone. We bodyboard all year long, not just the summer months. Drop me a line if you in the Charleston area, and let your ride'n speak for you.


    Will do!!

    I ride am Empire Rising Bull (for now) and my roomates are both on Number 6's (icon goliathe, and Landlord remix contoured) really nice boards

    Hopefully this weekend we get a nice little something out there. Last sunday was alot of fun, we went to 65th street and paddled out for about 4 hours. There was a descent crowd and no one seemed to mind the three of us out there. Anymore info on the SC governers cup would be excellent, I'd like to start entering events ASAP and plan on entering next years USBA pro at jenks in NJ.
    Last edited by MB-bodyboard27; Sep 23, 2009 at 04:26 PM.

  6. #26
    hey dont dis 81st we always surf there. There are usually good waves there and not too many tourist we all share waves just dont swim out in front of us. about a month ago we were out in the line up for about a hour when all of the sudden boggie boarders swam out in front of us. we got pretty mad and where talking about how the waves were gonna smash him and that he was pretty dumb for being out there. so he paddled away. we share waves but dont abuse the right. have a good day guys and just share the waves.

  7. hey peoples, so ive never been to myrtle beach, OC is my place, i'm 15 and i bodyboard. i not the best, but i do know how to ride correctly. i also am in the process of learning how to surf which is a whole different ball game for me. lol if anyone has any tips on the best/quietest places to go where i wont be bothered, i'd appreciate it.
    thanks

  8. #28

    Etiquette

    Every sport has rules. Many rules are unspoken, so allow me to clarify. When I started out surfing 16 years ago I wish someone would have shown me the "right of way". You are more likely to enjoy the sport and your time in the water if you follow the rules. T

    here is nothing wrong or aggressive about POLITELY telling someone the rules in the lineup. Don't be the punk that yells at someone for snaking or dropping in. Fun and safety is what is most important.

    Please follow this link for surfing etiquette.

    http://www.nesurf.com/Articles/Etiquette/etiquette.html

    Thanks and please pass the word.

    Josh

  9. #29
    Join Date
    May 2010
    Location
    myrtle beach
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    cant we all just get along

  10. #30
    Join Date
    Jul 2010
    Location
    Goose Creek, SC
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    2
    Quote Originally Posted by jgrif22 View Post
    Every sport has rules. Many rules are unspoken, so allow me to clarify. When I started out surfing 16 years ago I wish someone would have shown me the "right of way". You are more likely to enjoy the sport and your time in the water if you follow the rules. T

    here is nothing wrong or aggressive about POLITELY telling someone the rules in the lineup. Don't be the punk that yells at someone for snaking or dropping in. Fun and safety is what is most important.

    Please follow this link for surfing etiquette.

    http://www.nesurf.com/Articles/Etiquette/etiquette.html

    Thanks and please pass the word.

    Josh
    Thanks for the link, good info and pictures. I live in Charleston and surf out at Folly Beach, but we never go to any of the "surf spots". We go to a spot and there is hardly ever other surfers out there and very few people in the water, great place for newbie surfers like myself.