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    Riding the Big Swells

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    big swells? all i saw was wind swept chop, no 5-10ft waves

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    Cool video, must be hard to stay hooked up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nicjak View Post
    big swells? all i saw was wind swept chop, no 5-10ft waves

    yup... hehe.
    that's an average day here in the inlet.... LOL!

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    Okay, NJ inlet is now on my bucket list.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3ftDeep View Post
    Okay, NJ inlet is now on my bucket list.
    Atlantic City area... 6' waves are the norm..
    you have your choice of three inlets... Corsons Inlet, Great Egg Inlet or Atlantic city inlet.
    get down here while it's warm out! hehe!

    Corsons Inlet is hit or miss with waves.. but has an AWESOME beach.
    Great Egg inlet was pretty smooth today.. Waves were big but too wide to jump..
    AC Inlet was better.. they were small (only about 3') but cresting nicely.. got a couple of 4+ footers here and there.


    an average day...
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    Nice. You've got great spacing on those waves! When our big chop comes in the waves are tight and makes landing (on the next wave) painful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3ftDeep View Post
    Nice. You've got great spacing on those waves! When our big chop comes in the waves are tight and makes landing (on the next wave) painful.
    That is the worst. Love when they are spaced apart ,can really get some huge air. Vid Looks like the daily conditions on the great south bay of longisland. Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3ftDeep View Post
    Nice. You've got great spacing on those waves! When our big chop comes in the waves are tight and makes landing (on the next wave) painful.

    well... these are waves... not chop... hehe.

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    Looks like Lake Lanier in GA

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