Watchmyguns and NJshredmachine definitely bone each other
Willis. Post your bench please. The forum knows mine. Until then you have no room to talk. And I meant crowds. Not cowards.
As far as the southern part of the state goes........it's not really crowded. Ocean City has seen an explosion in the last 5-10 years. That's because Ocean City is where it's at. It's downtown/northern end is chock full of jetties and every dang one of them has completely different conditions on any given day. So you hunt for a deserted peak, and once you find one and throw on the rubber, there's five dudes where you wanted to go. But other than that South Jersey is pretty mellow 7 months out of the year. Yeah places like Atlantic City can have a pack here and there, but don't worry about them dudes. They don't live in AC so don't fall for their pseudo-tough guy act. "Yeah we surf in the hood, bra.......that makes us rough..." As they drive home to Linwood..............and mommy's waiting with cookies and milk. And places like Holyoke(LBI) can see a pack, but there's tons of peaks on LBI.
There's plenty of desolate peaks just waiting for you. And with Sandy and beach replenishment projects galore, who knows, things will pop up sooner or later. Maybe......maybe not.
From Oct. 20 - April 15 I saw 7 people out where I go. That's it. I don't know, I saw a lot of people on here saying that after Sandy they hadn't been in the water for months. In South Jersey, that makes no sense, because we didn't get the damage up north did, save LBI(if that is still consindered SJ or not). And shoot even last June and July was pretty much empty. Yeah, that had me wondering. Man, that derecho we got last June 30 was something else, man.
Willis, don't worry aboot Jersey locals, well surf locals. They are all middle class white boys who are usually all bark and no bite. Watch out for the urban types, but of course y'all have that in Florida too(you're a Floridian, right?) Florida, California, and New Jersey are the most wacked states when it comes to widespread, ubiquitous Tu Pacism.