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Topic: Northern California

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RE: Northern California

« on: April 17 2005 13:04:00 »

bolinas has sharks but i go there and 99% u won't ever see one there.  a god place garunteed no sharks is lindamar.  gd luck!


i love sharks

RE: Northern California

« Reply #1 on: April 17 2005 20:04:00 »

sharks are great, they keep down the population of OC kooks from visting up north!! dont come up here, whitey is everywhere and he will get you!!!!

bolinas is for pussies who cant surf anything better or dont know any better spots. its a beginner spot. i am going to chum the shit out of those bolinas waters for you boy. watch out sharks are goingto eat your ass. dumbass.


I'm a dimwit but I'm okay

RE: Northern California

« Reply #2 on: April 18 2005 10:04:00 »

blonde, bronzed and the only thing on my mind is waves.  And a small thought comes acorss that wasteland sometimes, it's...  it's   SURFERS RULE!!!!!



RE: Northern California

« Reply #3 on: April 21 2005 08:04:00 »

" and I'm Fine!" asshole, get it right shit breath


Sharks in No. Cal.

RE: Northern California

« Reply #4 on: May 09 2005 09:05:00 »

Shark danger in the red triangle largely depends on the time of year you want to surf.  The peak of attacks on humans historically starts in Aug, peaks in Sep and start to diminish in Nov.  That said, sharks are always there, but you definitely increase your chances of attack by surfing in the Fall.  However, people surf all along the red triangle every day, all year and only a very small percentage get attacked.  I've spent quite a bit of time surfing and boating around the Point Reyes area (even in the Fall), and have never seen a shark (but I'm sure they've seen me).  One thing to watch is the Sea Lions.  If they are all out of the water, then chances are someone is looking for dinner.  Have fun!



RE: Northern California

« Reply #5 on: May 12 2005 13:05:00 »


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