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Go back to the valley kooks!

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Created by Greenroom 2 months ago, 29 Mar 2020
Ctngoodvibes
WA, 1308 posts
Saturday , 23 May 2020 2:44PM
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thedrip said..
Not sure the Perth boys have the equipment for the waves we have had recently. There's been a bunch of days like this. Shame it's big and fat...








Yep 6'3 boards just don't cut it. The 7'6 and 9'6 has definitely had the summer cobwebs blown off them.







Ahhh you guys are obviously part of the geriatric convention at margs main and yalls main






Nah. They are older than me.

And don't really talk to me.

Like that stonking left in the pic? Zoom in. There's a bloke paddling into it. You'll need a bit of foam for that, don't you reckon?





To me it looks like there's a bloke on the shoulder going over the falls coz it's as shifty as hell and he's out of position




That comment has had me laughing. Either you are having a laugh too or you really have no idea what you are looking at in that pic. I haven't been able to tell - the net doesn't do tone real well.

But then, given your comments a few weeks back about in between swells being too big for lefties and Big Rock being big and fat, well...

That pic above...a mate surfed Lefties that day too...wonder what makes it too big for lefties...



Like I said shifty, big fat burgers

ps you guys are hilarious, so easy to stir up, take yourselves and surfing far too seriously

Buster fin
WA, 2127 posts
Saturday , 23 May 2020 3:50PM
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We do so!!

Razzonater
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Saturday , 23 May 2020 4:55PM
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Greenroom said..

thedrip said..
Not sure the Perth boys have the equipment for the waves we have had recently. There's been a bunch of days like this. Shame it's big and fat...



Yep 6'3 boards just don't cut it. The 7'6 and 9'6 has definitely had the summer cobwebs blown off them.


I tackle that wave on a 6,0 regularly and bigger than that..................

IFocus
WA, 472 posts
Saturday , 23 May 2020 8:11PM
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Well if we are going to have a pissing competition...........in the 70's in the SW my setup up was a 7.0, 80's onwards with thrusters 6'6" was my gun guys with telent went way smaller it was and still is a matter of timing only issue was if the offshore was howling.

Always felt more comfortable on a 6'4" even when getting pitched at NP

Still if I did it all again would likely have a 7'6" / 8'6"

Greenroom
WA, 7570 posts
Saturday , 23 May 2020 8:37PM
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IFocus said..
Well if we are going to have a pissing competition...........in the 70's in the SW my setup up was a 7.0, 80's onwards with thrusters 6'6" was my gun guys with telent went way smaller it was and still is a matter of timing only issue was if the offshore was howling.

Always felt more comfortable on a 6'4" even when getting pitched at NP

Still if I did it all again would likely have a 7'6" / 8'6"


I'm not talking about NP. I prone foil NP's corner bowl on my 4'10. Hahaha

IFocus
WA, 472 posts
Saturday , 23 May 2020 9:01PM
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Greenroom said..

IFocus said..
Well if we are going to have a pissing competition...........in the 70's in the SW my setup up was a 7.0, 80's onwards with thrusters 6'6" was my gun guys with telent went way smaller it was and still is a matter of timing only issue was if the offshore was howling.

Always felt more comfortable on a 6'4" even when getting pitched at NP

Still if I did it all again would likely have a 7'6" / 8'6"



I'm not talking about NP. I prone foil NP's corner bowl on my 4'10. Hahaha


I imagine when the bay gets up foiling through the middle would be on?

Greenroom
WA, 7570 posts
Sunday , 24 May 2020 1:07AM
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IFocus said..

Greenroom said..


IFocus said..
Well if we are going to have a pissing competition...........in the 70's in the SW my setup up was a 7.0, 80's onwards with thrusters 6'6" was my gun guys with telent went way smaller it was and still is a matter of timing only issue was if the offshore was howling.

Always felt more comfortable on a 6'4" even when getting pitched at NP

Still if I did it all again would likely have a 7'6" / 8'6"




I'm not talking about NP. I prone foil NP's corner bowl on my 4'10. Hahaha



I imagine when the bay gets up foiling through the middle would be on?


Nar it's crap. There's no waves in the bay. Better where you live

Greenroom
WA, 7570 posts
Sunday , 24 May 2020 1:09AM
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Ctngoodvibes said..

thedrip said..



Ctngoodvibes said..




thedrip said..





Ctngoodvibes said..






Greenroom said..







thedrip said..
Not sure the Perth boys have the equipment for the waves we have had recently. There's been a bunch of days like this. Shame it's big and fat...









Yep 6'3 boards just don't cut it. The 7'6 and 9'6 has definitely had the summer cobwebs blown off them.








Ahhh you guys are obviously part of the geriatric convention at margs main and yalls main







Nah. They are older than me.

And don't really talk to me.

Like that stonking left in the pic? Zoom in. There's a bloke paddling into it. You'll need a bit of foam for that, don't you reckon?






To me it looks like there's a bloke on the shoulder going over the falls coz it's as shifty as hell and he's out of position





That comment has had me laughing. Either you are having a laugh too or you really have no idea what you are looking at in that pic. I haven't been able to tell - the net doesn't do tone real well.

But then, given your comments a few weeks back about in between swells being too big for lefties and Big Rock being big and fat, well...

That pic above...a mate surfed Lefties that day too...wonder what makes it too big for lefties...




Like I said shifty, big fat burgers

ps you guys are hilarious, so easy to stir up, take yourselves and surfing far too seriously


So stay in the Valley



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