You tube ..... Haulover

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So who else watches “ZipZap”, “Living off the land“ and “Wavy Boats“waiting for a Grady to cruise through ?
i get a real buzz out of watching those clips...some really nice boats :cool:
 

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I love watching the boats running through the waves, the people with no idea and they are evolving with the drone footage and now a little bikini action ......whats not to like if you’re into boating

ive seen only a few Gradys though unfortunately
 

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I watch them too. Very few know to ride the back of that big roller in and just charge through sometimes stuffing the bow.
Often showing very little care for passenger safety.
 
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they look good don’t they .... ! Thanks for posting Seafarer
i just can’t get over how many can’t drive boats and they’re heading out to sea ...
the JetSki riders put themselves in a LOT of danger too
 

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a little calmer that day eh?
Haulover inlet is not bad at all...as long as you know how to handle your boat.
Not any different from Manasquan Inlet or Barnegat Inlet up in NJ, which I boated from for over 30 years before moving the boat down here.

Most of those videos showing rough water (and the googans who don't know what they are doing on the water) are taken while the tide is screaming out, and the wind is howling in....wind against the tide WILL stack up the waves here, or in any narrow inlet.

Best part about Haulover is 3 miles out and you are in 400 feet plus with natural reefs and artificial reefs loaded with Grouper, Yellowtail, Jacks, and Muttons on the bottom, with Sailfish, Wahoo and King Mackerel patrolling above.
Drive a bit more to around 8 miles out you and are in 1000 feet plus with weed lines and current rips where the Mahi and Blackfin Tuna forage for flying fish.

Back in NJ, we have to ride at least 50 miles to get to 400+ foot depths for a chance at Pelagic fish.
Down here, drive 50 miles and you are in ANOTHER COUNTRY. (Bimini in the Bahamas)
Love it here!
 
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Nice boat Finest Kind ... you should feature a bit then, I will keep an eye out. They do tend to focus on the fast running boats, the bigger centre consoles.

with all those fish so close to shore yet not many boats have rods on board, it’s crazy
 
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