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    OCMD Inlet?

    Why does it seem like everyone thought the inlet was the go-to spot this weekend? Judging by the pics I've seen, it didn't look all that good. Maybe I'm not seeing the right pics? I snagged several beasts Friday-Sunday before I had to go to work around 17th-24th. Very few riders.

    Inlet never is good I don't know why people go there. I think it's just an easy access point for out-of-towners, which seemed to be the majority of wieners in the water.

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    if you don't like it then don't worry about those who do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swellinfo View Post
    if you don't like it then don't worry about those who do.
    Mr. Swellinfo, It was a curious question, That spot changes dramatically with the immense sand movement and the fact that it is almost maxed out with sand.

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    The Inlet was probably the least crowded spot around. Did you see the Indian River Inlet??? There were about 200+ people out there. Down here we had at most 12 in the water at any one time. You want to know why??? Because it was hardcore, and no it wasn't out of towners, it was a total Locals only scene. There were a whole lot of people watching, but only a very few of us actually went out.
    That's funny...but actually the inlet was the least "hardcore" spot. Once a swell is big enough, the shoals break the waves outside and you are left with reforms at the inlet. That's the reason most people either went to the inlet to surf (it was more manageable), or avoided it to look for more size. If you notice in the pics it was barely head high.

    And to answer you EC, there's a very specific scenario when the inlet is the go to spot, and it doesn't make for a good bodyboard wave. It's more of a mushy peak to push you into a walled up inside for a few smacks.
    Last edited by SkegLegs; Aug 26, 2009 at 01:04 PM.

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    hahaha...

    only 2 people out where i surfed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OBlove View Post
    only 2 people out where i surfed.
    The bay doesn't count. O'Boyle RULES!!! How you been Steve?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SkegLegs View Post
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    That's funny...but actually the inlet was the least "hardcore" spot. Once a swell is big enough, the shoals break the waves outside and you are left with reforms at the inlet. That's the reason most people either went to the inlet to surf (it was more manageable), or avoided it to look for more size. If you notice in the pics it was barely head high.

    And to answer you EC, there's a very specific scenario when the inlet is the go to spot, and it doesn't make for a good bodyboard wave. It's more of a mushy peak to push you into a walled up inside for a few smacks.
    Barely head high??? Are you kidding me??? I'm gonna stay off these boards, because quite honestly everybody on here is a friggin idiot. The inlet was far from manageable, keep surfing the Cove or NS and stay away from our Inlet you kooks!!!

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    With all due respect,....

    I would take a guess you skate better then you surf, first off. Second, do not even try to come on here and suggest you have been surfing that spot on any consistent basis.

    If anyone is a new face it would be you. You have hardly ever, if ever, been seen surfing that spot on any consistent basis for at least the last decade.

    And tthe thought that it is no good for the foam is so off base it is to laugh at. man I have pissed in that spot more then you have surfed it.

    Not trying to piss anyone off, but for those of us, very few of us,. that have scored that spot since the early 80's , we know who is who and who is there when anything worth while rolls through, ....it has not been you that is for sure.

    If the shoe fits,.. for the rest of you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ECsponger View Post
    Why does it seem like everyone thought the inlet was the go-to spot this weekend? Judging by the pics I've seen, it didn't look all that good. Maybe I'm not seeing the right pics? I snagged several beasts Friday-Sunday before I had to go to work around 17th-24th. Very few riders.

    Inlet never is good I don't know why people go there. I think it's just an easy access point for out-of-towners, which seemed to be the majority of wieners in the water.
    and the minority of the wieners were people like you

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    ECsponger's Avatar ECsponger ref to OC Inlet

    The Inlet was probably the least crowded spot around. Did you see the Indian River Inlet??? There were about 200+ people out there. Down here we had at most 12 in the water at any one time. You want to know why??? Because it was hardcore, and no it wasn't out of towners, it was a total Locals only scene. There were a whole lot of people watching, but only a very few of us actually went out.