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  1. #21
    Quote Originally Posted by RID View Post
    From time to time I have heard about a spot off the NH Cost that can break 15-20 feet. Its not in paddle distance but apparently if you know where to look you can see the breaking waves from shore. That is all I know.
    Are you thinking off this spot? Its just south of Geness beach outside of the best left point break in NH. Not gonna say the actual spot. There enough douche's clogging it up enough as it is. These pics were taken 12/14/2010
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    Quote Originally Posted by macgregorsmith View Post
    Are you thinking off this spot? Its just south of Geness beach outside of the best left point break in NH. Not gonna say the actual spot. There enough douche's clogging it up enough as it is. These pics were taken 12/14/2010
    That looks pretty legit! Snag some photos this swell if it looks good, would like to see more..

  3. #23
    thats what swell info is saying.. look at the REAL weather and it says 10-15

  4. #24
    eh i just go to surf city. division street. but im gonna search for some spots that are maybe shielded from the wind if i can

  5. #25
    I slipped after SurfSexGambleParty's comment about big-wave breaks. My bad for opening up a can of worms. I agree with shark-hunter, let's not advertise. If a surfer wants either 1) a big-wave spot or 2) a gnarly spot, he can ask someone privately or scope out some breaks himself. I agree with shark-hunter's comment and I agree because it could get too crowded and less-experienced surfers could get in the way of more expert surfers. I just wasn't thinking for a moment when I responded and I really am sorry I opened my big trap. It's important to know where to go and to make new-wave discoveries, but it's also important to know your own limits out there, and not clog the lineups of the few really good deep-water and wind-haven spots that are out there. Enjoy.

  6. #26
    I apologize for naming a spot earlier but it was already all over surfer mag, surfline, magicseaweed so it is not a secret. That is already a very popular place to surf and I was looking for more responses about the much bigger place nearby. I guess I went about it the wrong way. I strongly believe that a "big wave" spot should be mentioned because there are very few out there that can tackle them when they are going off and they should be conquered. In my previous post, I was actually referring to another place nearby. If you dig online you will find that approx 1.5 miles off this state's coast there is a bigger spot than the ones shown of NH. This not a "secret" spot because nobody EVER goes out there and it rarely goes off. It is a reef. Only way you get out there is via PWC and big ballz. If you do your homework and dig online, you will find the name even though 99.9% of you will never attempt it. I am a local and have never been out there but I am in awe of it because it rarely breaks and am proud to have this on the east coast. Cali gets bigger waves like Mavs, Ghostree, and what used to be Dana point. But this place looks like a cousin during a hurricane week. I would say that only experts go there and I would never call myself an expert nor should anyone else unless you can handle Hawaii's North Shore. But, check these out, and post more pics if anybody has been there! Now go and take Sandys panties off!!EL.jpgEL2.jpgForecast.jpg

  7. **** you ur dumb

  8. `titties!!!

  9. #29
    Sandys pu**y probably stinks anyway.

  10. #30
    I honestly think this swell is gonna last from this Saturday until next Saturday... and i really hope it does...