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Old 04-13-2007, 06:32 PM
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Exclamation Hang on Jaspir...

We're headin' for the rhubarb!!!

Classic Nor'Easter on steroidz...
Monomoy Howler ETA Sunday/Monday...
Wash-overs with structural renovation & redistribution possible...
What's old is new again...

A hike may be in order after the lady is done singing...
Weshallsee!
Film at eleven...
Is RipRyder running this weekend?
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Old 04-13-2007, 10:14 PM
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After all the griping I am really looking forward to exploring the extended SB this year... hope there's no break from this storm - maybe next year but its too interesting to lose before the season starts.

My winter scheming and theories will be 'washed up' and it will be like last year which is a re-run.
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Old 04-14-2007, 05:09 AM
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I'll take a pic at the light this late afternoon for reference...

No break might be interesting, but I have trouble figuring out how it will be better, especially during the doldrums.
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Old 04-14-2007, 07:11 AM
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Things will change for sure a walk is coming up. Might even claim some new territory for the Forum. FishHawk
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Old 04-14-2007, 09:25 AM
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In that case, Bill, we'd better have some special WWFFF banners made so we can make those claims official....defend them with our lives, if need be. Pete can work out a perimeter defense system for each one
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Old 04-14-2007, 12:08 PM
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I'll take a pic at the light this late afternoon for reference...

No break might be interesting, but I have trouble figuring out how it will be better, especially during the doldrums.
It will be better because NO ONE knows it (yet)
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Old 04-14-2007, 06:24 PM
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Looking forward to the changes and I plan on being down the first weekend in May when I open CAC...time for a walk... PS...Bill, just saw your PM and just replied...I have not been on the board each day...but my answer is "yes"...
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Old 04-14-2007, 07:45 PM
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For reference, before the storm...2:30pm 4/14.
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Old 04-14-2007, 08:52 PM
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Fred -

I thought you meant pics of the land bridge

John -

I am really jonesin' for some of that spicy crispy shrimp! I will call...
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Old 04-15-2007, 06:39 AM
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Too long a walk for ground level, featureless, pictures. Did that already. Radical changes at the light will tell you if you need to do the walk.

Forcast has the winds going east then ese, se. I would think NE winds pushing the longshore current on the rise would have the most potential of driving severe wash overs. Storm's a couple of days too early to coincide with some really big tides.

As Pete says, weshallsee.
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with the spit going east-west and the main beach north south one would think a hard sou'easter would do the most damage vs noreaster (to the land bridge)

you say its E then SE? well hopefully the mini-cut mid-SB from last year will open into a full scale gut

HEY I am flying today so let's hold the storm off for one day!
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Old 04-15-2007, 09:24 AM
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A cut would be great, but I for one just need for winter to get over, the fish to arrive and go fishing no matter what happens.
Had a nightmare last night which explains the above statement....The dream....my wife and I were in kayaks somewhere in a tropical location....all of a sudden we spotted rolling tarpon in a lagoon......I grabbed my 9wt...opened my flybox to get a tarpon fly....and the only flies in the box were tiny trout dry flies.....I can't tell you if they would have worked or not, I woke up
Now if that isn't a frustration dream, I don't know what is....time to get out of this house and fish!
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PS: Will plan on bringing a couple of dry flies to Chatham...maybe the dream was an omen
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Any changes on the elbow after the storm?
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I saw a brief report on another site referring to three new breaks at Nausset and a mention of Monomoy but no details yet ....
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BAD hare day at the refuge...

One good cut deserves another...

A view from an "over look" at the refuge...
*numerous wash-overs all along SB...
*a small cut about 1/2 mile south from the light...
*and a major wash-over/cut way down past the SB drop off...
*the area of the new land bridge was not only submerged but it was under water too!
High tide at the Light...ALOT of sand movement/excavation...



I'll try to get back in a few daze at low tide for another look...(and I'll bring a charged camera battery!)
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