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RE: best spot« Reply #1 on: August 24 2007 12:08:00 »
Oh, fromMarshfield-you must be one of those hair-lippers from Nantasket (where it reached 5' twice-wow, man), and invade the Goosewing Beach area with Plastic Fantastic re-treads copped from some blue chip guy from Fa' River. Advice: stay home and study your creative writing and ogle over Alan Ginsberg or tour a yarn mill. Puuu....lease, don't go near the water!
RE: best spot« Reply #2 on: September 18 2007 20:09:00 »
West point of Cuttyhunk Island, Cape Cod Sound- Waves wrap around till and gravel bottom producing 50-150 yd. barrels from 2-10'- only problem is CIA families who 'live' on island during summer-no ferry service- boat from Westport and bring plenty of Gansetts' to placate the locals!