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    Skimming Delaware

    I have never skimmed or boog'ed Delaware before but I know the shore pound always looks sick...How much swell does there need to be for some decent skim waves there?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CleetBoogie View Post
    I have never skimmed or boog'ed Delaware before but I know the shore pound always looks sick...How much swell does there need to be for some decent skim waves there?
    3-4ft is enough to skim.

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    you can skim DE any day, theres always a little something and its always on shore so its always skimmable. I dont know about 3 to 4 ft, thats usually surfable size around here. best skim is around bethany and fenwick usually. not mention south side gets some nice stuff sometimes too. dewey holds a skim comp every year too but its about 20 min north of bethany. hopefully that helps.

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    you can skim board in a mud puddle

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    yeah that does help thanks!

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    I skimmed Atlanta GA this week. It's been goin' off.

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    Skimming is for people who cant swim and are too ***** to get in the water to ride the waves.

    They like running in circles on the beach and buying seven 400 dollar skimboards braa.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wontonwonton View Post
    Skimming is for people who cant swim and are too ***** to get in the water to ride the waves.

    They like running in circles on the beach and buying seven 400 dollar skimboards braa.
    sorry mr. IonlysurfcuzImhardcoreandrad

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    Quote Originally Posted by wontonwonton View Post
    Skimming is for people who cant swim and are too ***** to get in the water to ride the waves.

    They like running in circles on the beach and buying seven 400 dollar skimboards braa.
    One could argue that the person that doesn't skim on shorepound days is lazy or too fat to run, skimming can be awesome if you get it down right. On good days I can get 8-10 second liners. All it took was one board I bought used and repaired myself.

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    Gee ay why