Soooo Sad......

Discussion in 'Surf and Snow' started by Babu, Sep 4, 2010.

  1. Babu

    Babu Dork

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    Dr. Kermit Fang
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    SATURDAY 09/04
    POOR TO FAIR SUNDAY 09/05
    POOR TO FAIR MONDAY 09/06
    POOR TO FAIR TUESDAY 09/07
    POOR WEDNESDAY 09/08
    POOR
    SURF:
    1-2 ft
    ankle to knee high occ. 3 ft SURF:
    1-2 ft
    ankle to knee high occ. 3 ft SURF:
    1-2 ft
    ankle to knee high occ. 3 ft SURF:
    1-2 ft
    ankle to knee high SURF:
    1-2 ft
    ankle to knee high
    Small South-SSE groundswell; minimal NW windswell Small mix of South-SSE groundswell and NW windswell Small mix of South-SSE groundswell and NW windswell Minimal South-SSE swell and NW windswell mix; poor due to the lack of size Minimal South-SSE swell and NW windswell mix; poor due to the lack of size
     
  2. miguelitro

    miguelitro Patrocinado por Adelitas

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    salinas, santa elena, ecuador
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    Mike
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    my little bro is going to baja tomorrow for the day. i told him it will be drinking trip, not a surfing trip:D
     
  3. Gil Marlin

    Gil Marlin World Peace? Visualize Using Your Turn Indicator

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    Scott
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    Time to go fishing then!!!! :D
     
  4. Babu

    Babu Dork

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    Dr. Kermit Fang
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    SURF:

    1-2 ft

    knee to thigh high occ. 3 ft.

    POOR TO FAIR CONDITIONS
    Go Back To Bed, this is JonJon with the report for Wednesday
     
  5. remington

    remington Member

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    Me
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    No doubt! You can even win $1k while doing it too. Boardfishing is OK, just no motorized vessels...

    :hali_olutta:

    Eighth Annual
    La Jolla Kayak Fishing - Steve Moyer Memorial Kayak Fishing Tournament September 11th 2010

    Presented by Maui Jim Sunglasses

    It has been called the Super Bowl of Kayak fishing tournaments and is definitely the most prestigious kayak fishing event of the year on the West Coast. Each year this event gets bigger, with 200 participants in 2006, and each year the weigh-in, after-party, raffle and BBQ gets better.

    Named after our good friend, kayak fisherman, and all around waterman Steve Moyer, this event has earned over $55,000 for the American Cancer Society and we hope to make a bigger contribution each year. Steve lost his battle with cancer over eight years ago; we want to do our part to help stop this disease.

    With great sponsors on board each year, everyone walks away a winner, and thanks to the participants' generosity so does our charity.

    You will be up against some of the top kayak anglers from around the country, and each year some real Big Fish hit the scales. We have Yellowtail, Halibut and White Seabass in our waters and I am sure a big one will top the charts again this year.

    It seems each year we hear of a kayak angler in need and each year we have done what we can to help them. This year a good friend and kayak angler from Nor Cal, Joel, Mooch, Lotilla, is in the battle for his life against stage four lung cancer. We will once again be donating a portion of the proceeds from this tournament to Joel to help him with his medical bills.

    This year to make things simple we have gone back to our original format and that is a straight single largest fish tournament. Each angler may weigh in one fish, largest fish wins. We will be paying down 5 places, with the largest fish winning the $1000.00

    Each entrant will receive an event T-shirt, lunch ticket; Jackpot entry and one raffle ticket. More raffle tickets may be purchased the day of the event. All proceeds from the raffle and silent auction will go to the ACS as well as all funds retained after expenses have been paid. Once again the launch will be from the La Jolla Shore boat launch and the weigh in will be held at Kate Sessions Park on Mt. Soledad. With a deadline for weigh in at 1:30pm

    Those that enter the event before August 31 will be entered into our on the water drawings for great prizes donated by OEX.

    We can always use extra donations and help with this event so if you would like to donate or volunteer your time please use our Web form to contact us ASAP.

    To see any updates for the event, see who is entered, and a list of our sponsors please visit our Steve Moyer Memorial Forum.

    For more information about the tournament, use our Web form to contact us, or call the La Jolla Kayak Fishing office (619) 461-7172

    Rules and Entry form below
    http://lajollakayakfishingadventures.com/pdf/tournament2010rulesAndEntry.pdf
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  6. jagerhunchback

    jagerhunchback MCLMM

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    sometimes oahu.....mostly iraq occasionally afghan
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    mike
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    don't feel bad

    SURF ZONE FORECAST
    NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HONOLULU HI
    900 AM HST FRI SEP 10 2010
    OAHU-
    900 AM HST FRI SEP 10 2010
    Surf along east facing shores will be 1 to 3 feet through Saturday.
    Surf along south facing shores will be 1 to 3 feet today, then rise to 2 to 4 feet tonight and Saturday.
    Surf along west facing shores will be flat to 1 foot today, then rise to 1 to 3 feet on Saturday.
    Surf along north facing shores will be flat to 1 foot through Saturday.
    Outlook through Thursday Sep 16: there will be a series of small south swells through Tuesday, with a slightly larger south swell expected to arrive around Wednesday.
    Surf heights are forecast heights of the face or front of waves. The surf forecast is based on the significant wave height, the average height of the one third largest waves, in the zone of maximum refraction. Some waves may be more than twice as high as the significant wave height. Expect to encounter rip currents in or near any surf zone.
     
  7. I hate seals

    I hate seals Advertiser Advertiser

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    Bryan Z
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    Live in FL for a while. It's great here.
     
  8. Firebird

    Firebird Newbie

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    Chris
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    Not much better today.
    Supposed to be a new S coming this afternoon. Of course I have to work tomorrow and Friday. Never fails.
     
  9. Rubberhook2

    Rubberhook2 Local Bluefin

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    San Clemente
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    Tim
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    Two south swells coming...the bigger of the two arrives Friday and peaks Saturday with overhead surf. Your in luck Chris...
     

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