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Old 07-01-2012, 05:13 PM   #1
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Default Tuesday July 3rd Forecast and Recent Pattern???

NOAA saying southwest at 10-15 knots and 1-2 foot seas, and windfinder is saying 10-15 mph and 2 foot seas for the 3rd.

How's it been lately out there? I've been noticing a lot of SW wind at 10-15 in the forecasts for the past several days and I was wondering if the forecasts have been fairly accurate with this weather pattern in place.

We are likely going Tuesday AM and I'm hoping it'll turn out nice. Any feedback is appreciated. Thanks guys and everyone have a safe and happy July 4th!
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The forecast is right. This will be a bad chop all week long.
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I went out yesterday afternoon thinkin we would finally be able to get out in the gulf but we got through the pass and it wasnt lookin so good we headed east for a close spot but it was so rough we didnt even drop anchor we made a few drift and called it quits it was horrible we trolled the way back and nade to the pass at dark but some of the rollers were atleast up to 5or6 with a constant three nowhere near 1to2 crazy thing is i checked swellinfo when we was on the way in and it said 0to1 lol crazy stuff. We was only in a 20cuddy it prolly wouldnt of been bad in a bigger boat
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2' ft chop not bad
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2' chop on top of wave height's.
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2' chop on top of wave height's.
So it's been consistent 3-4 foot seas versus the 1-2 footers the forecasts have been calling for?
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So it's been consistent 3-4 foot seas versus the 1-2 footers the forecasts have been calling for?
Yesterday it was 1-2 for until about mid day when the sea breeze picked up and made it pretty choppy.
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Yesterday it was 1-2 for until about mid day when the sea breeze picked up and made it pretty choppy.
Maybe that'll be the case Tuesday morning as we plan to leave before sunrise. Thanks for the input guys, I'll keep an eye on it and good luck fishing to you all!
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I went out yesterday afternoon thinkin we would finally be able to get out in the gulf but we got through the pass and it wasnt lookin so good we headed east for a close spot but it was so rough we didnt even drop anchor we made a few drift and called it quits it was horrible we trolled the way back and nade to the pass at dark but some of the rollers were atleast up to 5or6 with a constant three nowhere near 1to2 crazy thing is i checked swellinfo when we was on the way in and it said 0to1 lol crazy stuff. We was only in a 20cuddy it prolly wouldnt of been bad in a bigger boat
It got pretty bumpy about 4pm and made it tough fishing. Probably more like 3-4 footers. Were you in a red boat? We were heading through the pass at 6 pm in the blue sportfisherman. I saw a red boat heading out and then turning around. The wind was blowing 22 knots. Seemed like it was blowing even harder today at the marina. Hope it lays down some later in the week. Did anybody catch any fish? Seemed like the bite was slow for us Saturday.
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It got pretty bumpy about 4pm and made it tough fishing. Probably more like 3-4 footers. Were you in a red boat? We were heading through the pass at 6 pm in the blue sportfisherman. I saw a red boat heading out and then turning around. The wind was blowing 22 knots. Seemed like it was blowing even harder today at the marina. Hope it lays down some later in the week. Did anybody catch any fish? Seemed like the bite was slow for us Saturday.
Na we was in a white bayliner and we didnt get nothin out there i had a miss trollin a cigar minnow on the way in we had caught a couple little snapper in the bay and couldnt catch nothin else besides sharks and sailcats
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