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    NE Slab

    Anyone else see this? Hammer and Gleason slab hunting.

    http://www.mensjournal.com/magazine/...e-big-20140923

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    kinda sick, but srsly, bringing mens journal with you?
    talk about whoring......

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    Saw a photo on Instagram and dug around, only place that had it.

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    Here's the redbull article if you don't want to get filthy.

    http://www.redbull.com/us/en/surfing...ey-to-atlantis

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    Saw this elsewhere. Is nothing sacred anymore? Fark man.

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    u know when u discover a new surf spot,putting it in all the top magazines and online isn't the best idea.thats why I hate these local pros,they show up at ur regular spot,start acting like they own it,then drop a web edit that attracts 100 new people and the pros never come back lol.true story

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    These haoles discovered nothing. Sold out to Men's Journal.

    I'm gonna come back tomorrow and I'm sure I'll see some justifications but I say, "dafock".

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    can see waves jack up on an island or slab somewhere waaaaay out from where i usually sit, even on small days...i always wonder what's out there...the wonder was better...

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    Glad to see it was Ian Walsh and his brothers. Ian is considered to be one of the top big wave surfers and all around waterman and has New England roots.

    His father is from Newport, R.I. and brought the family out to Hawaii. He is still good friends with Sid Abruzzi from Water Bros.

    If you want to see some near shore surfable slabs check out Beavertail in Jamestown and Tuckermans in Middletown. Not for the beginner or second year surfer. These are not secret spots, but are rarely surfed when it is big because of the skill level needed to ride them.


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    Going there tomorrow, screw matunuck and the all the old guys!!