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  1. #1
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    Question LONGEST RIDING WAVE in NJ?

    When the forecast is for chest to head high and clean for all of New Jersey, Where is the long riding wave in NJ? I know it may be different if a east/NE swell compared to a SE/South Swell. For E/NE swell, I'm thinking Holyoke Ave in LBI, maybe the Cove in Cape May. In the 80's and 70's 10th street Ocean City had a long left. Does that break any more? Sandy Hook had a long right on a south swell, but beach replenishment changed that. So for the coming swell, where is the longest riding wave?

  2. Quote Originally Posted by skegs View Post
    When the forecast is for chest to head high and clean for all of New Jersey, Where is the long riding wave in NJ? I know it may be different if a east/NE swell compared to a SE/South Swell. For E/NE swell, I'm thinking Holyoke Ave in LBI, maybe the Cove in Cape May. In the 80's and 70's 10th street Ocean City had a long left. Does that break any more? Sandy Hook had a long right on a south swell, but beach replenishment changed that. So for the coming swell, where is the longest riding wave?
    Do you think anyone is going to divulge that info to you? ... you must be crayy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by skegs View Post
    When the forecast is for chest to head high and clean for all of New Jersey, Where is the long riding wave in NJ? I know it may be different if a east/NE swell compared to a SE/South Swell. For E/NE swell, I'm thinking Holyoke Ave in LBI, maybe the Cove in Cape May. In the 80's and 70's 10th street Ocean City had a long left. Does that break any more? Sandy Hook had a long right on a south swell, but beach replenishment changed that. So for the coming swell, where is the longest riding wave?

    I've heard shark river hills has a pretty long left.

  4. #4
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    i know of a place,that breaks a mile out to sea,youd either need a ski to get out there,but guys paddled it before.dont know if its a reef or an outside sandbar,if u can get out there,u can ride the wave all the way out until the beach.its only 1 spot that does this,and if u seen it before u know exactly where it is...but id have to kill u if i told u,so go explore!!

  5. #5
    This forum has come a long way down. I am waiting three months until its the middle the winter and it flushes all/most the benny's and kooks out and posts like these won't exist in such number. That being said no one is going to tell you anything and they shouldn't either. If you don't know you need more experience exploring.

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    With a SE angle a a 13 to 14 sec period, youll be better served to concentrate on finding a spot that isnt going to close out rater than worrying about the longest wave.

  7. #7
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    ugh! Seriously...I agree w/surf solo! Why cant nj be cold year round! I would love that... 5mils year round...
    This is a dangerous time of year cause the waves finiaaly get good and all the kooks that have been floundering all summer dreaming of a real wave flood the lineups and get in the way of the guys who can actually surf! Wish lineups were more regulated.. Kooks destroy some of the better spots cause thewy wanna tell their frineds yea I surf there! when actually all you did was get in the way and probably caught one or 2 closeouts and got drilled. Anyone who needs to ask where should I surf should go surf where there isnt anyone else surfing... Get your skills ans better yet learn how to hold on to your Fuc@@in surfboard so your not such a damn hazard!
    Fuc@@in kooks Ill be surfing away from the crowds this swell cause nothing ruins the stoke more than a bunch of kooks..That are so barney that dont even know their Barney barney!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by skegs View Post
    When the forecast is for chest to head high and clean for all of New Jersey, Where is the long riding wave in NJ? I know it may be different if a east/NE swell compared to a SE/South Swell. For E/NE swell, I'm thinking Holyoke Ave in LBI, maybe the Cove in Cape May. In the 80's and 70's 10th street Ocean City had a long left. Does that break any more? Sandy Hook had a long right on a south swell, but beach replenishment changed that. So for the coming swell, where is the longest riding wave?
    That would mean you'd be on my wave--dropping in. You might have a broken jaw after your exploration. LULZ

  9. #9
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    Geez man, you got a real attitude, not exactly what Gerry or Buttons would call the "aloha spirit". It was just and interesting question. And you're assuming I'm a benny or a kook, wow, that's a first. Get some waves dude and find the beauty in surfing. If you want to have an attitude go on the Parkway and drive north with the New Yorkers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skegs View Post
    Geez man, you got a real attitude, not exactly what Gerry or Buttons would call the "aloha spirit". It was just and interesting question. And you're assuming I'm a benny or a kook, wow, that's a first. Get some waves dude and find the beauty in surfing. If you want to have an attitude go on the Parkway and drive north with the New Yorkers.


    hahaha you are so butthurt.

    if you're such a loc dawg and not a kook why are you asking this on an internet message board instead of asking your clearly awesome and local surf bro's??

    guaranteed this is some post 35 y/o aggro dude