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RE: Northern California« Reply #1 on: June 05 2004 06:06:00 »
Don't worry about sharks, just don't go in the water near rivermouths, all by yourself, Or when there are perfect waves and nobody is in the water surfing.
RE: Northern California« Reply #2 on: July 15 2004 17:07:00 »
Just always surf with someone slower than you. You can also make sure they are bleeding a little.
RE: Northern California« Reply #3 on: July 17 2004 17:07:00 »
Go with bodyboarders that splsh a lot and bleed
RE: Northern California« Reply #4 on: July 22 2004 23:07:00 »
Go where there is deep murky water and spongers with fins and gloves. Also cover yourself with blood, it's a good trick to keep sharks away.
RE: Northern California« Reply #5 on: August 08 2004 16:08:00 »
If your going to worry about sharks forget about surfing Norcal, they're here, they know where you are and if they want to eat you they will. If you worry about it too much it will paralize you with fear when you should be enjoying the beauty of our coast and it's waves.
RE: Northern California« Reply #6 on: August 12 2004 19:08:00 »
I'll eat you if you come in nor cal waters...
RE: Northern California« Reply #8 on: September 29 2004 19:09:00 »
if u r truly a begginner then doran is sumtimes a hit, if not then i say take ur chances @ maybe dillon...well gd luk!