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  1. #11
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    is it the sandbar or the swell direction that affected said waves?

  2. #12
    Quote Originally Posted by beaner View Post
    is it the sandbar or the swell direction that affected said waves?
    ESE groundswell, west winds 5 -10 knots... I would say it's the sandbar I'm not an expert in wave formation, but ground swells are the cleanest...with a mild west wind, why else would they be closing out? The Bobcats were out piling sand back onto the beaches this morning....

  3. #13
    Quote Originally Posted by pokesmot420 View Post
    bro heres the deal, the storms out in the tropics have been messing with the sand bars.
    Don't you mean the Army Corps of Engineers? They're the ones who pumped all the sand in, not these latest few tropical storms....

  4. #14
    I hope these sandbars stay cause heavy waves are great, its so much better then all this weak **** we normally get

  5. #15
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    groundswell usually equals closeouts on east coast sandbars.