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Old 07-17-2013, 12:34 PM
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Default Re: Surf Safety

This is one of the most fascinating threads I've read in years. Never 'warm salt' fished in my life. A real learning curve here. Fished the 'salt' up in Puget Sound close to 30 years ago, but if water conditions were rough (waves over 2 foot) you didn't step in over your knees. Even that shallow the weight/force of the water was amazing!

Comment above about waves in sets of seven was even true in what would be considered to be 'sheltered water.'
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