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  1. #4826
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    Quote Originally Posted by stalefish3169 View Post
    Dang mang. Good luck with that.

    First place I went yesterday was rough. Tons of white water. Paddled most of the day for like 5 waces. Second place I went though was pristine. Lots of the waves were even better than this one.

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    Nice shot!

    It was pumping down here. I surfed between tower 28 and tower 32. It was consistently shoulder high +, with some head high to slightly overhead sets. I surfed from 11 to 130. It was clean, with long lefts, absolutely beautiful. The funny thing was that I checked the afternoon report on Surfline and it said 2-3+ for the lower jetties in Newport! That was odd, I guess they did not wait to see a set.

    I will say with Surfline that the lower jetties cam in Newport always makes it look smaller than it is. If it looks chest high, it is probably close to head high. They also consistently underestimate the size for that zone, which is strange considering they are giving a report based on a visual inspection, not the camera. If any of you guys are in this area and checking the cams keep that in mind.
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    "Have you ever seen a monk get wildly fucked by a bunch of teenage girls?" "No" "Then forget the monastery."


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  2. #4827
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    The 24th was fun on the north side of the HB pier. It is always nice to get back from 5 days in Mammoth and get fun surf, it is one of the truly great things about California. Not great, but shoulder high with pretty good shape and clean. I was in the water from 1030 to 1230, the last half hour was pretty bumpy. It is amazing how fast the wind can shift, I caught a right around noon, and by the time I had paddled back out things had gone from a slight bump to torn up. I've seen the wind flip before, but this was pretty extreme.

    I should add that I saw the lifeguards tending to a whole bunch of people who had gotten stung by rays. There are a ton of rays in HB right now. I'm not sure why, but it was the same way at this time last year.
    "Have you ever seen a monk get wildly fucked by a bunch of teenage girls?" "No" "Then forget the monastery."


    "You ever hear of a little show called branded? Arthur Digby Sellers wrote 156 episodes. Not exactly a lightweight." Walter Sobcheck.

    "I didn't have a grandfather on the board of some fancy college. Key word being was. Did he touch the Filipino exchange student? Did he not touch the Filipino exchange student? I don't know Brooke, I wasn't there."

  3. #4828
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    Ortega to Rivera was pretty damn fine today. Paddled out around ten, full on gladiator pits. Paddle out was pretty easy, so I'm guessing it's a matter of time till we hear the helicopters. Merry Christmas you fucks!!

  4. #4829
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    Went out last Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday here in Oregon as I wanted to make the most of a small window surrounded by 3-4x overhead. Sunday and Monday were OH with 2x overhead sets. Took a pretty good beating those days but managed to snag a few super fun large waves. Tuesday was much smallr, shoulder high with the occasional OH set. Caught way more waves on Tuesday than the previous 2 days combined and had a ton of fun. Stoked for the next window, but not looking to promising. Unfortunately Mount Hood Meadows is stuck in low tide right now. Picture of Tuesday on the way out:Click image for larger version. 

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  5. #4830
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    Glad I am blacked out on my Icon pass as the next few days are going to be epic at the reef breaks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by leroy jenkins View Post
    I think you'd have an easier time understanding people if you remembered that 80% of them are fucking morons.
    That is why I like dogs, more than most people.

  6. #4831
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    For the first time ever! Surfing is nuts, y'all!! OR coast.
    I'm told it was good out there, I mostly paddled around and got worked.

  7. #4832
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    I like surfing, but I've never done it. My sister went to surf school in Portugal. I just watched. Now I want my children to be able to surf, it's very cool. When we go on vacation, I'll take a surf course for them. So, I've heard that Portugal has the steepest waves for surfers.

  8. #4833
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    Quote Originally Posted by teleposeur View Post
    For the first time ever! Surfing is nuts, y'all!! OR coast.
    I'm told it was good out there, I mostly paddled around and got worked.
    If it is good, newbs usually are just getting worked. It is a lot easier to learn in soft, mellow, weak waves. Not too small, but just about 2-3' on the face. Any smaller it is hard to get much consistent push from them. Any bigger, and they can look intimidating to someone not used to paddling and looking up from their belly. Yeah, and it is nuts. Like the good kind of nuts.

  9. #4834
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    It is pumping down here today. I am deciding where to go, then I might sneek in a Baldy session in the afternoon if the spirit moves me. I love having these options.
    "Have you ever seen a monk get wildly fucked by a bunch of teenage girls?" "No" "Then forget the monastery."


    "You ever hear of a little show called branded? Arthur Digby Sellers wrote 156 episodes. Not exactly a lightweight." Walter Sobcheck.

    "I didn't have a grandfather on the board of some fancy college. Key word being was. Did he touch the Filipino exchange student? Did he not touch the Filipino exchange student? I don't know Brooke, I wasn't there."

  10. #4835
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    Surf has been real good lately. Im still out of the water with my shoulder recovery. Basically taking the winter off. Maybe spring as well. Skiing otoh has been decent. Jealous of when Baldy has snow and solid swells are filling in down there. What a combo.

  11. #4836
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    Big first for me today. Skied in the AM in Vermont, surfed at home this afternoon in MA. Skiing was marginal, but surf was stellar!

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    Saturday was really fun. I surfed around 34th street, beautiful long lefts, shoulder to head high with the occasional overhead set. It was clean, and the good ones were lining up for 80 to 100 yards. I surfed for about 3 hours before my shoulders gave out.

    There is still surf, but I'm very busy this week so I'm not sure if I will be able to get out. Sunday I hit Baldy for some groomers and some softened off-groomed stuff, an hour and 20 minutes to the parking lot. The snow is still holding up, although it could use more. 2020 has been good to Newport so far.
    "Have you ever seen a monk get wildly fucked by a bunch of teenage girls?" "No" "Then forget the monastery."


    "You ever hear of a little show called branded? Arthur Digby Sellers wrote 156 episodes. Not exactly a lightweight." Walter Sobcheck.

    "I didn't have a grandfather on the board of some fancy college. Key word being was. Did he touch the Filipino exchange student? Did he not touch the Filipino exchange student? I don't know Brooke, I wasn't there."

  13. #4838
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    Quote Originally Posted by alev View Post
    Big first for me today. Skied in the AM in Vermont, surfed at home this afternoon in MA. Skiing was marginal, but surf was stellar!
    Nice! I might try to do that on Saturday. I am always bummed to miss two weekends in a row at Mammoth, but I got in 4 days, that were actually pretty empty, over MLK and I have been able to get in at least one day at Baldy each weekend. Add in 100 yard lefts and it reminds me why I love this place. I was able to sneak in a fun session on Thursday too. The water is not too bad, 58 to 60.
    "Have you ever seen a monk get wildly fucked by a bunch of teenage girls?" "No" "Then forget the monastery."


    "You ever hear of a little show called branded? Arthur Digby Sellers wrote 156 episodes. Not exactly a lightweight." Walter Sobcheck.

    "I didn't have a grandfather on the board of some fancy college. Key word being was. Did he touch the Filipino exchange student? Did he not touch the Filipino exchange student? I don't know Brooke, I wasn't there."

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    Man, January sucked here in OR. It was just blown the fuck out. But had 2 rad days last week. Snuck out way early before heading into work and was treated with some firing head high 19s w/ light offshore. Only had 2 hours to surf so paddled for basically every wave I had any chance of making. Luckily my greedy beaver is a wave catching machine so I got a ton of waves.

    Also went out on Sunday morning and it was 1.5x overhead with bigger sets. At this size paddling out through the normal channels is a fool's errand but there is a nice rip along some cliffs that works well. It was full on blue bird, super clean at 17s and once again offshore. A lot of times when it's OH at Short Sands, all that's really feasible is just making the drop and maybe a turn or 2. But it was as good as it gets and I got a few bombs on which I was able to link up some legit turns. Wave count was low because each time I got one I'd head back into the beach, walk down to the cliffs, and take the rip out again. But fuck it was a fun day!

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  15. #4840
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    Been rehabbing the shoulder and staying out of the water. The shitty snow season here basically means weve had decent surf. Although even that has been variable with all the dry wind events recently.

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