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    Cape May Surf

    If the forecast holds up, Cape May looks sick the next 6 days. Some days with double to possible triple overheads. It's going to be a mad house. Kooks need not apply. Leave this to the big boys.

    "It says balls on your face"

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    It will be a zoo and I will be there tomorrow... who wants to boogie!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rgnsup View Post
    It will be a zoo and I will be there tomorrow... who wants to boogie!
    I'll be out looks like in the afternoon is gonna be the better time to go

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    Ill be out, even though I wont be able to surf due to physical issues. Looks like the body board is going to be come out for once.

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    Yeah I got stuff to do in the morning . Vist Wife in the hospital and take my oldest out for a Movie and Lunch. Then off to the beach . Gonna give the flow 5/4/3 its first test cant wait

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    i'll be out there with all my friends and all their friends and we will be trying to surf those huge waves while trying not to drown while trying to avoid getting beat up by you cool awesome surfers. get over yourself

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    Y'all pack up your kook boards head to cape may.

    looks weak! maybe no sand bars..maybe wrong tide. but weak non the less.

    http://www.thesurfersview.com/index....d=80&Itemid=93

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    that's also the cove..

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    It's also dead low tide.

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    too bad that camera is pointed at the Cove, which is one step away from being considered part of the bay. looking at that camera isn't going be a good indicator of the size, the cove will never get bigger than 3 ft on a NE swell