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  1. #21
    Quote Originally Posted by LOSTsoul View Post
    Low tide recon mission today from Sea Bright to Asbury. Tempted to paddle out. NO ONE was out anywhere, with the exception of one location. A lot of old groins, piers, pilings, walls, sheet piling, rocks, etc. are now exposed; beach is gone. High tide sesh would be surfing over many exposed obstacles. It's a little freaky looking with un-known sketchy bottom conditions.

    We gots waves coming. Y'all be safe.
    yes there is a well known and crowded but generally crappy spot in Deal that now has metal spikes sticking out of the sand in the wash. At high tide you would never even see them. I'd hate to get impaled on one

  2. #22
    are you making that up just to scare people or are you for real? because that's not anything to joke about

  3. #23
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    Quote Originally Posted by sharp eye View Post
    are you making that up just to scare people or are you for real? because that's not anything to joke about
    Dude, if you believe anything that is said on here you're crazy HAHA, these guys will say anything to keep you away from their spot, just sayin....

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    Deal is giving tickets to those who cross no trespassing orange plastic fences to get to the beach... There is only 1 street open in deal with beach access imagine that! I heard since we are getting all kinds of money from the federal govt. they may abolish beach fees in Jersey!

  5. #25
    This thread is making me very angry. If you find a new spot or some spot that is working you do not blow up the internet or your friends phones telling them to come. And why would anyone tell a person yo dude come up to monmouth county my spot is sick dude. Bring your friends. On this forum many eyes see the posts and conversations. DO NOT SPOT DROP. GO LOOK FOR YOURSELF. Everywhere is surfable its not a big deal anyway. Yes the sandbars have changed but not that much. I think they made alot of spots worse. There are random deep spots where there was sand next to jetties on the north side. So the next south swell its going to be wonky untill the sand fills in on the north side of jetties again. Its weird up here acutally so dont bother Id say. THere isnt much of a difference between breaks right now its wobbly and annoying,.

  6. #26
    Quote Originally Posted by wontonwonton View Post
    This thread is making me very angry. If you find a new spot or some spot that is working you do not blow up the internet or your friends phones telling them to come. And why would anyone tell a person yo dude come up to monmouth county my spot is sick dude. Bring your friends. On this forum many eyes see the posts and conversations. DO NOT SPOT DROP. GO LOOK FOR YOURSELF. Everywhere is surfable its not a big deal anyway. Yes the sandbars have changed but not that much. I think they made alot of spots worse. There are random deep spots where there was sand next to jetties on the north side. So the next south swell its going to be wonky untill the sand fills in on the north side of jetties again. Its weird up here acutally so dont bother Id say. THere isnt much of a difference between breaks right now its wobbly and annoying,.
    Hummm..."If you find a new spot or some spot that is working you do not (tell your pals)"...then..."Its weird up here acutally so dont bother Id say...its wobbly and annoying"...
    sooooo, your telling me it's no good, meaning it's real good...or it's no good, or do you know that i know that you know i know just how good it is up here...very sneaky, see you there...I mean, it's reeeeally workin now in southern Ocean!!