what i cannot stand are longboarders who are surfing on studio apartments, something that all shortboarders can do, not only taking the waves, but also getting upset at the shortboarders when they...
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Hey I'm going to be on the cape this weekend and I like to surf waves like 3-5 feet so it seems like I'm going to have some options. I usually go to North Shore, MA and Newport, RI so I am unfamiliar...
Nov 22, 2010, 04:50 PM
nobody's gonna tell u brah
i think that in new england now, you gotta have at least a 4/3, hood, boots, gloves. i went out with my 3/2 last couple days of oct and had to get out within an hour and was uncomfortable the whole...
get on the blue line, take it to the end, then start walking north along the coast. the waves will be on your right. if there is surf north of boston and you don't see any waves yet, you have not...
if you're a beginner, you should give south beach a go. it's near edgartown and there are tons of signs for it. if there is anything coming up and hitting the southfacing stuff (newport RI, long...
Do we think the waves are going to be rideable or just short period, messy stormswell? I've experienced both in the past when swellinfo's color has been "red."
IMO it's typically worth the drive down to the newport beaches (hour and 15 for me from boston) unless there's a huge storm and it's too big down there
I learned to surf near Sydney and now, coming back to home in New England, I find it much more difficult to find the rip and I feel like finding the rip has a lot less to do with paddling out, that...
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