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  1. #11
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    All you have to do is drive up and down the road and look for the cars and trucks!! If you look at a jetty break count heads before paddling out. anything more then 5 to 8 guys and your wave count will drop heavily at those spots.

  2. #12
    Yea I told skegleg that I had no problem blocking,

  3. #13
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    cape may sucks like it allways does

  4. #14
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    no monmouth county f*cking sucks we have been getting beat on EVERY F*CKING SWELL

  5. #15
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    I'm sure the locals will be happy to see a busload of people that met on the internet to flood their regular breaks.

  6. #16
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    Yeah. I noticed that last swell. The Jersey boys were not too happy with all the Del/MD plates.

  7. #17
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    Quote Originally Posted by chuck white View Post
    I'm sure the locals will be happy to see a busload of people that met on the internet to flood their regular breaks.


    Here with open arms LOL

  8. #18
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    where the waves at?

  9. #19
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    Quote Originally Posted by aka pumpmaster View Post
    Yeah. I noticed that last swell. The Jersey boys were not too happy with all the Del/MD plates.
    Can't say that I blame them when it's advertised on a public surf forum to come on & invade this (fill in the blank) spot.

  10. #20
    Cape may is my home break, i can say i never seen so many vehicles along the beaches with non new jersey tags other then in the summer. I was pretty suprised at first but decided to battle out at poverty where there was 700 people out. Being on a sponge i figured i was going to be getting chewed out of every wave, but everyone for the most part was pretty cool that was around me and we all shared the big kahunas