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Created On: 05/14/2020 07:14 AM
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Fordvacillateenr

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 05/14/2020 07:28 AM
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Cole

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It looks like a cool little scene. Sure, it ain't Hawaii, but does that really matter.

The guy making that little barrel was just as stoked with that wave as a guy reared on the North Shore is at Pipe.
 05/14/2020 08:21 AM
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SlimyBritches

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"Come on in bro, getcha some waves full of Corexit and hillbilly juice.
 05/14/2020 08:27 AM
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weldertom2

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Stoke is where you find it. You can bet these folks will welcome you as a brother no matter what- and you'll certainly eat good too.
 05/14/2020 09:24 AM
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I went to school in New Orleans. Fouchon, where they are is not far. I brought a board there and tried to surf. My 5'9 Rich Price was not going to be enough float to actually ride a wave. In winter, they get good low's in the gulf but their windows are even smaller than ours. I never got a hurricane swell there but I am sure that would be there best. The water is brown and really cold in winter, like 50's if the air temp has been cold for a while. Pensacola is better but like the guy said, its crowded and there is a surprising amount of talent when you consider that those guys are trying to get fat on a starvation diet.

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 05/14/2020 11:02 AM
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harrietdubman

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Originally posted by: SlimyBritches "Come on in bro, getcha some waves full of Corexit and hillbilly juice.
i waded in a fishing canal in yscloskey/shell beach trying to get a snag out or something dumb once in 2012 and when i went home i had non itching chicken pox like boils all up and down the sides of my ribs...where my spill check at bp

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pumphouse

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this was Awesome...thx for sharing!

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 05/18/2020 11:19 AM
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SlimyBritches

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Originally posted by: harrietdubman

Originally posted by: SlimyBritches

"Come on in bro, getcha some waves full of Corexit and hillbilly juice.


i waded in a fishing canal in yscloskey/shell beach trying to get a snag out or something dumb once in 2012 and when i went home i had non itching chicken pox like boils all up and down the sides of my ribs...where my spill check at bp


That was the Hillbilly juice.
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