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    MSW preditions

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    Blimp

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    MSW preditions

    Post  Blimp on Sun Dec 09, 2012 11:55 pm

    Since going over to it,s new format the surf predictions have become crap you only got to look at next weekend predition 12ft to 18 ft in the channel poppycock.Is it any better with it,s prediction where you surf ?
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    GRAYMAN

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    Re: MSW preditions

    Post  GRAYMAN on Mon Dec 10, 2012 3:57 am

    To be honest. South East Cornwall and South Devon have been slightly underestimated if anything. North Coast has been similar over the last couple of weeks. We had a session at Pentewan a few weeks back which was bigger than anticipated andyyesterday morning at Chally was the same. Really small but I'd expected flat but took a chance.

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    GRAYMAN

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    Re: MSW preditions

    Post  GRAYMAN on Mon Dec 10, 2012 3:58 am

    The long range forecast on the pro account is another matter...

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    G-Mat 11, AKA "Casper". (70/70d, 4 pontoons with Vulkem Stippleback grip)
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    4GF Blue Streak Standard (S-FAHT Stippleback grip)
    Traditional Surfing Co "Da Bomb" Bellyboard
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    James H

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    Re: MSW preditions

    Post  James H on Mon Dec 10, 2012 4:08 am

    MSW tends to be ok for up here but I always have a glance at surfhog and windfinder too.

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    Blimp

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    Re: MSW preditions

    Post  Blimp on Mon Dec 10, 2012 9:14 pm

    The only usefull function on MSW for me is the wave bouys go elsewjere for webcams and get my wind and swell height off Windguru or Bigsalty. Even the charts are no longer any good because of tne amount of buffering I get with this old computer that and it seems to take ages to load.They even have hid the community away a feature I used to like.
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    GRAYMAN

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    Re: MSW preditions

    Post  GRAYMAN on Mon Dec 24, 2012 7:49 pm

    Dunno why you don't rate MSW Jerry. As you can see, the forecast for Chally and the reality match perfectly.

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    G-Mar 13, AKA "Lucky". (70/70d, 3 pontoon with Vulkem Stippleback Grip)
    G-Mat 12, AKA "Geoffrey". (100x70/70d, 3 pontoon with Vulkem Stippleback grip)
    G-Mat 11, AKA "Casper". (70/70d, 4 pontoons with Vulkem Stippleback grip)
    G-Mat 10, AKA "Mr Hankey ". (70/70d, 4 pontoons with Vulkem Stippleback grip)
    G-Mat 7, AKA "Kenneth". (70/70d, 3 pontoons with Vulkem Stippleback grip)
    G-Mat 5, AKA "The Displexperiment". (200/70d, 4 pontoons with Vulkem Stippleback grip)
    4GF Blue Streak Standard (S-FAHT Stippleback grip)
    Traditional Surfing Co "Da Bomb" Bellyboard
    "G" 9mm ply Narrow Guitar Pick Paipo, AKA "Sputnik"
    "G" 9mm ply Paipo, AKA "Jumbo-Belly-Girl"
    "G" 9mm ply Micro-Paipo/Jumbo-Handplane, AKA "The Traipo"



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    piskian

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    Re: MSW preditions

    Post  piskian on Tue Dec 25, 2012 2:41 am

    To be fair to MSW,that swell's so messed up by impending winds out to sea.The wind was right,and swell size.
    They need crowd numbers and the ability of moves you can make on a wave,though,like Japanese sites!

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