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  1. #11
    or go to 13th ave south surfside thats body board heaven just talk to a guy named jimbo he rules it down there they got like 10 boogie boarders out there him gay chris and this one guy that kills it named bo but they wont let northerners out there just horry county peeps or give them a wink and they might be nice

  2. #12
    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.

  3. Quote Originally Posted by joj101 View Post
    or go to 13th ave south surfside thats body board heaven just talk to a guy named jimbo he rules it down there they got like 10 boogie boarders out there him gay chris and this one guy that kills it named bo but they wont let northerners out there just horry county peeps or give them a wink and they might be nice


    manwhatthehelldidyoujusttype?Ithinkyouishouldmixin aperiodeverynowandthen



  4. #14

    helpful info.

    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.

  5. #15
    Look I was a crossover at one time. In 1997 I won the state championships in the open bodyboard division. The fact is we dont have many bodyboarders in the lineup here. I grew up here and have been surfing since i was 5 and i know everyone. I started bbing because i had knee surgery and it was the only way to get wet. I caught **** from all my friends. How bout dont worry about what other people think and just do you. Be cool and dont paddle out in crowds around here for some reason all the kids now days feel they own their "SPOT" LOL
    The fact is they try to act bad in the water but are all a bunch of p*^sy's in the parking lot.
    go to garden city or surfside there are plenty of spots to get waves to yourself.

  6. #16
    yall need to lay off these guys that sponge. i dont care what you ride. there are rules in the water and if you stick to them and stay out of peoples way then we should all be able to inhabit the same line up. Sh*t im dodgin folks on vacation everytime i go to a tourist hotspot and know what to deal with. Aint nuthin wrong with farmers on vacation. they dont know any better....surf around them if your so good . otherwise find a spot where there is noone out and do your business. I ride whatever I want....short, long,sup whatever the conditions call for. I got nothin against anyone that enjoys the ocean and will continue to pull off of waves IF I DONT HAVE THE PEAK whether its a 10 year old girl, boy, farmer or granny. everyone deserves respect you morons. learn it and your life will b much better

  7. #17
    Quote Originally Posted by QPFLOWS View Post
    Look I was a crossover at one time. In 1997 I won the state championships in the open bodyboard division. The fact is we dont have many bodyboarders in the lineup here. I grew up here and have been surfing since i was 5 and i know everyone. I started bbing because i had knee surgery and it was the only way to get wet. I caught **** from all my friends. How bout dont worry about what other people think and just do you. Be cool and dont paddle out in crowds around here for some reason all the kids now days feel they own their "SPOT" LOL
    The fact is they try to act bad in the water but are all a bunch of p*^sy's in the parking lot.
    go to garden city or surfside there are plenty of spots to get waves to yourself.
    Better yet, **** the kids. Paddle out where you want, and let your surfing do the talking. If you deserve respect demand it, treat others like you would like to be treated, but if someone snakes you, snake them back. Eventually they will have to learn to live with you out in the line-up. You may end up in a few confrontations, but that's life. That is if you fell Myrtle Beach waves are worth fighting for. I know there are times to fight and times to walk away. For me it would be more about a matter of principle. I mean we are talking about Myttle Beach locals not DA HUI.

  8. some tourist got in my way the other day and i was so aggrivated i blirted out, these fins will cut you, i later thought about what i said, laughed out loud, and apologized to him, MLIA...

    www.mylifeisaverage.com

  9. #19
    Quote Originally Posted by aWESome In NMB View Post
    some tourist got in my way the other day and i was so aggrivated i blirted out, these fins will cut you, i later thought about what i said, laughed out loud, and apologized to him, MLIA...

    www.mylifeisaverage.com
    i have found that if you just turn to a fellow surfer and say DID YOU SEE THE SIZE OF THAT SHARK? most tourist will begin exiting the water.......FAST

  10. #20
    Join Date
    Jul 2009
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    Myrtle Beach, SC
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    Question bodyboarding locations

    I just moved to the MB area and tried bodyboarding a few times (with a good board and fins) at around 82nd ave. I have noticed maybe one or two surfers up there, but no other bodyboarders (except the ones that are obviously tourists). I would be interested in seeing other bodyboarders to see if I'm doing things correctly.

    I originally got a bodyboard to try it out and get my sea legs, so to speak. Also because I heard the waves weren't consistently great for surfing. Most of my info about surf conditions I got from Surf City surf shop. (I think they were very nice there - also heard they give surf lessons... I may take them up on that)

    I'm having trouble finding info about the best conditions for bodyboarding, and if there is a best time of year for good waves. Also, if I decide to try surfing, does anyone know of a good way to learn proper surf technique, or is it just best to get lessons?

    Thanks!