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  1. #31
    I used to surf casino pier at night, only in the summer though. I would stay out till around 11 or so me and 2 of my good friends, good times. I guess that won't be happening for awhile: fusandy

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoodVibes View Post
    A friend and I surfed one of our breaks in mid October about 5 years ago under a full moon with bioluminesence.(please hold the jokes). It was extreamly prominent.One of the coolest sessions I ever had.
    That's cool, I had one session like that a long time ago, full moon, same thing

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    Quote Originally Posted by DawnPatrolSUP View Post
    That's cool, I had one session like that a long time ago, full moon, same thing
    I would assume down in Florida you guys would have that happening alot more then N.J.When I first rolled up my buddy was surfing in water that looked like the red tide.There was waves and I was wearing a suit so I said what the heck.As it started getting dark he was riding in a wave and started yelling.He actually thought something was chasing him.There was a bright blue streak behind his board.Then it got dark every single motion in the water would light up.Was the coolest thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoodVibes View Post
    I would assume down in Florida you guys would have that happening alot more then N.J.When I first rolled up my buddy was surfing in water that looked like the red tide.There was waves and I was wearing a suit so I said what the heck.As it started getting dark he was riding in a wave and started yelling.He actually thought something was chasing him.There was a bright blue streak behind his board.Then it got dark every single motion in the water would light up.Was the coolest thing.
    Yeah, I don't make a habit out of surfing at night, but the one time I recall it was full moon and every stroke lit up the water around me and my board had a neon green glow to it (normally white). This was in the Gulf actually, where it's very very salty. I went on a bioluminenecent tour in La Paguera, PR last month too, which was pretty sweet, they took us to the Phospherescent Bay, very warm "milky" water, so salty you float with little to no effort. They give you snorkle gear so you can see it better underwater, pretty amazing stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DawnPatrolSUP View Post
    Yeah, I don't make a habit out of surfing at night, but the one time I recall it was full moon and every stroke lit up the water around me and my board had a neon green glow to it (normally white). This was in the Gulf actually, where it's very very salty. I went on a bioluminenecent tour in La Paguera, PR last month too, which was pretty sweet, they took us to the Phospherescent Bay, very warm "milky" water, so salty you float with little to no effort. They give you snorkle gear so you can see it better underwater, pretty amazing stuff.
    sounds like american shark bate, this is milky water....more like the blood of the americans before you....keep swimming americans, keep swimming(grins and rubs hands together)

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    Quote Originally Posted by LBCrew View Post
    Other than that, there's a place that has a lighting out over the water where I used to tend bar.
    ^if this is where im thinkin it is, i also had a great night session here too. it was nov of 2010 and there were waves all day but couldnt get in the water. i was also scheduled to lifeguard an indoor pool that night but i got a text about an hr before my shift saying a swimmer spotted a turd and the pool had to be closed for sanitation, so i came right to this spot.

    it was chest-head high super clean and really peely. it was also pretty crowded and i only got a couple waves in the last hour before it got dark. as it got darker and ppl started leaving, i started having so much fun because there were only three of us out and there were more waves coming in than we could catch. the lights turned on and there was a bunch of white birds in the water just past the breakers, allowing us to see when waves were coming because the birds would rise and fall. we stayed in the water until about 8pm and my highlight wave was a backside barrel where i was all tucked in and i could see the lights from the restaurant reflecting off the face of the wave.

    this wasnt the latest into the pm ive surfed but id say top 5 sessions of my life and it happened right here in nj. all thanks to a senile swimmer who pooped in a pool

  7. #37
    I guess it would be a lot of fun to glide or an idle paddle in the moonlight. No paddle boarding and nothing strenuous please!

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    hahahahahahaha

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    You should retitle this thread What's the stupidest question you've ever asked on the internet

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    Quote Originally Posted by super fish View Post
    sounds like american shark bate, this is milky water....more like the blood of the americans before you....keep swimming americans, keep swimming(grins and rubs hands together)
    HAHA, actually we were told there aren't any sharks in that area, it's supposively a "protected" area in the Carribean.

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    Sandbridge Pier with a buddy. Really fun. Could see the waves coming by wtching the seagulls moving up and down on the outside. Nothing like surfing black waves.