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  1. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by captblueshorts View Post
    waves have never been in NY to begin with
    When you move inward, you sure as hell learn to appreciate what NY has.

  2. #12
    SURF:
    4-6 ft
    shoulder high to 1 ft. overhead occ. 8 ft.

    FAIR CONDITIONS
    Hey, this is Schaler with the report for Tuesday afternoon
    PM REGIONAL OVERVIEW: New WNW-NW groundswell is on the rise this afternoon, as some small Southern Hemi swell mixes in and our old WNW swell mix drops out. Better breaks are good for chest-shoulder-head high+ surf, with some occasional 2-3' overhead sets working through at top exposures. Light Westerly winds keep conditions fairly clean through town, with most breaks offering up some scattered, workable corners as the tide heads for a negative low, bottoming out right around 4:30pm.

    This morning's dawn patrol: Mostly clean lines on offer this morning. Looking a little soft/shouldery at times, with some occasional lined-up corners working through.
    WEATHER:
    Mostly sunny with West winds 3-7kts.

  3. #13

    whinny *****es!

    http://www.surfline.com/surf-news/lo...present_51371/


    look for new york and then talk to me

    you all are eather grumpy old men pining that your day is comming soon and your dying to surf here at home b4 u die

    and some of you got the right idea and dont appreciate what its worth

    complain complain complain

    where is all the action in you people. why dont we complain on how dirty the water is due to all the **** they are dumping into Reynolds Channel!!!

  4. #14
    New York is not the place to be a surfer. It is a place to work, and occasionally go surfing. You need to travel if you want real surf.

  5. #15

    Topic: Reynolds Channel

    Surfrider Foundation, Central Long Island Chapter Meeting
    Wednesday, January 12, 2011
    7PM to 9PM
    Long Beach Public Library
    111 West Park Ave
    Long Beach, NY 11561
    Directions Here http://www.nassaulibrary.org/longbea...tml#directions

  6. Quote Originally Posted by surfsolo View Post
    New York is not the place to be a surfer. It is a place to work, and occasionally go surfing. You need to travel if you want real surf.
    Lol, tell that to Balaram Stack:
    http://www.surfline.com/video/contes...ound-pro_47565

    Anyone complaining about being a surfer in New York is a f%cking p%ssy. This place gets as powerful as any beach break in the world, there are uncrowded jetties 6 months out of the year, if the wind is wrong it's an hour drive to Jersey, it's a two hour drive to east end point break surf, and if it goes flat, pick up a f%cking skateboard. Or better yet, take the A train to Howard Beach JFK, buy a ticket to BQN and take the 2 hour, 350 dollar flight to some of the best surf on the planet. Yeesh!! At least you're not on the gulf coast, great lakes, or a 10 hour drive from the closest body of water. Appreciate what you have instead of b%tching and moaning.

  7. #17
    Quote Originally Posted by SantosLHalper View Post
    Lol, tell that to Balaram Stack:
    http://www.surfline.com/video/contes...ound-pro_47565

    Anyone complaining about being a surfer in New York is a f%cking p%ssy. This place gets as powerful as any beach break in the world, there are uncrowded jetties 6 months out of the year, if the wind is wrong it's an hour drive to Jersey, it's a two hour drive to east end point break surf, and if it goes flat, pick up a f%cking skateboard. Or better yet, take the A train to Howard Beach JFK, buy a ticket to BQN and take the 2 hour, 350 dollar flight to some of the best surf on the planet. Yeesh!! At least you're not on the gulf coast, great lakes, or a 10 hour drive from the closest body of water. Appreciate what you have instead of b%tching and moaning.
    He travels.....

  8. Quote Originally Posted by surfsolo View Post
    He travels.....
    Did you read "Free Association with Balaram Stack" on page 114 of Jan 2011 Surfer Magazine? "New York_ Love it way more than Cali. We don't have as many surfers and we get the best of every kind of weather." All surfers travel. Surfers from Cali travel. Surfers from Hawaii travel. Stack spent much of his youth surfing the breaks from Lido to LB and now he rips. What we lack in consistency in the NE we make up for with hunger. I am frothing at the mouth and will be the first guy out at Hammels if it's knee high slop. There are two types of people. Those who b%tch and moan when their surroundings don't meet their standards, and those who take what they have and work their ass off to make the best of it. I guess you just have to ask yourself which type you are.

  9. #19

    **** yEA

    geet em santos daymn str8

    (that one is for kman!)

  10. lol im saying NY sucks because im currently in portugal scoring supertubes off my head!
    i grew up watching balaram shred all over longbeach and yes he is a extremely talented surfer, but i mean comon the kid had traveld half way around the world to surf by the time he was 17! a bit more accellerated than most people. but hey heres my chance to catch up!

    we all kno when its good its good and theres no place more rewarding to surf than the north east, but damn its just soo depressing with these strong offshores blowing any hopes of waves out to sea

    whoever said ny is a good place to work and a good place to surf occasionally put it perfectly
    consider ourselvs lucky that we live so close to an international airport lolol