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RE: warm beach in Washington?« on: February 25 2005 11:02:00 »
Theres a wedge spot on the point
RE: warm beach in Washington?« Reply #1 on: March 06 2005 21:03:00 »
The Washington coast is extremly cold and has lots of man eating sharks so you should probably just stay in Cali. There is also killers whales and come on' its in the name! There is not many surfers in WA cause they dont ushally grow to be old. So just stay home. Thanks
RE: warm beach in Washington?« Reply #2 on: August 16 2005 22:08:00 »
HAHAHHA this is hella funny! But so true... the water on the COAST is cold, as is the water in Seattle. And for teh record, Seattle is NOT on Washington's coast. It's on a body of water called PUGET SOUND. You will need to take a ferry ride, and drive about 2 more hours to reach the WEST coast from Seattle.
RE: warm beach in Washington?« Reply #3 on: August 23 2005 16:08:00 »
Yes, if anyone has ever been to Seattle (I live here), they would know that it would be impossible to surf within 150 miles from Seattle. There are no waves to surf in the Puget Sound that surrounds Seattle (lol). Surfing in Washington takes a uniuqe kind of individual. It is messy, windy, cold and very challenging. You will definitly get your moment of solitude your looking for when you surf though! In Washington, it's more for the pure desire to surf then anything but that.
RE: warm beach in Washington?« Reply #5 on: September 17 2005 02:09:00 »
I have seen wake board surfing in Puget Sound at low tide. Fellows actually go out especially at low tide, with mid size boards, and wait for a big ship to go buy, and catch the wake wave it creats. Short ride, no power, but a wave of sorts. I dont consider that surfing, but I have seen it while salmon fishing. I am from Hawaii and I have been a surfer for 50 years - it really did make me laugh.
RE: warm beach in Washington?« Reply #6 on: October 07 2005 13:10:00 »
the majority of you retards dont even live in washington and dont know shit about this state. And yes the water is cold no matter where you go.
RE: warm beach in Washington?« Reply #7 on: October 07 2005 15:10:00 »
See killer whales, they dont attack humans I read. Or do they?
Let me know if I am wrong, I surf up In Scotland we are meant to get some here too.
Im not woried though, honest.
RE: warm beach in Washington?« Reply #8 on: October 15 2005 00:10:00 »
The water is about 50-58 degrees year round. Wetsuits, booties, hoods, and even gloves are all a good idea. Try surfing in Westport, its dope, and it needs more tourism for sure, you can get fishing boat charters, stay in a nice hotel or cottage, and surf some decent waves. Well happy hunting.
RE: warm beach in Washington?« Reply #9 on: November 02 2005 17:11:00 »
Jesus, you all need to get lives