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April 21, 2008


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Ponquogue is generally a fantastic spot to wavesail when the wind is ENE, the waves tend to be smaller at the launch than on the outside sandbar. Waves were small yesterday and wind more East, Ponquogue was not really setting up - too small. Bill and The Wolf found a nice little wave down the way that was good to sail. Fun wave in the middle of the nowhere. Today I will get on the water again at Ponquogue with a larger swell. Don't worry Micheal the "point break" at Ponquogue will not likely be "nixed" from the list of great strong island spots.

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