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Old 07-02-2014, 02:37 PM
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and so it begins.

if you surf, you could have fun Friday and Saturday.

If you are looking for fluke from shore, perhaps not so much unless you are fishing "the back"
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Old 07-03-2014, 06:47 AM
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Arthur in real-time

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Stay away hurricane Arthur! Looks like it will keep well off our coast. Maybe I'll fish the river by my house for some flukies.
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Getting the season started early this year! I hope this takes some of that sand away that they dumped on a few of my favorite spots and ruined here in Moco! Hopefully its by-by "replenished" beaches ...I no it will take more than 1 storm but its a start!!
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Old 07-03-2014, 12:24 PM
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Arthur from space:

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He got no balls!!!
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Cool link Rob- saved to my favs...
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I don't think you guys will get anything. It passed 50 miles off the coast from us, and we got rain, and top winds were MAYBE 35 MPH. I do believe the Outer Banks might get a pounding though...
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Six to eight foot waves according to NOAA...is that fishable?? Maybe big bucktails?
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Old 07-04-2014, 08:49 AM
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Not in front, you have to look at the swell direction and find an alternate spot. Check a surfing site.
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Actually let me take that back, I have fished those kind of waves for Stripers (successfully) up on the hook, but that was during the fall. Not for fluke.
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Thanks Rob- I'm hoping things settle down in the morning. Stripers are getting weighed in as recent as the first. Wonder how many didn't get weighed in? Fishing through the night Saturday. Cant wait....
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Wind has laid everything down up here... Though I won't be out for another week
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thankfully its been a quiet season, but that can change and we are not out of the woods (apology for the mixed metaphore) until November!!

A tropical wave (91L) that emerged from the coast of Africa on Sunday is headed west to west-northwest at about 15 mph. Satellite images show 91L has a moderate amount of spin and heavy thunderstorm activity, but these thunderstorms are poorly organized. The disturbance is embedded in a moist air mass, has moderately warm (SSTs) of 27.5?C (82?F) beneath it, and is experiencing light wind shear. These conditions favor development. The 8 am EDT Monday run of the SHIPS model predicted that wind shear would remain light to moderate ( 5 - 15 knots) for the next five days, favoring continued development. However, development will be slowed by the fact that the atmosphere at mid-levels of the atmosphere (between 500 - 700 mb) should grow steadily grow drier. Two of our three reliable computer models for predicting tropical storm formation predict development of 91L over the next five days. In their 8 am EDT Monday Tropical Weather Outlook, NHC gave the system 2-day and 5-day odd of development odds of 30% and 60%, respectively. A trough of low pressure expected to push off the U.S. East Coast early next week should induce a more northwesterly track for 91L next week, and the disturbance does not appear to be a long-range threat to the Lesser Antilles Islands. It remains to be seen if 91L will be a long-range threat to Bermuda, the U.S. East Coast, or the Canadian Maritime Provinces late next week.


Figure 1. MODIS satellite image of tropical wave 91L off the coast of Africa at approximately 8 am EDT Monday September 8, 2014. Image credit: NASA/GSFC.
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Cool pic and thanks for the update Rob....Funny thing is the Farmers Almanac(which i love an is on point a good amount of the time)Has a Tropical Storm Threat for Sept 12-15th...I no its not in stone but kinda crazy..
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