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    Where are the new surf spots?

    since hurricane sandy came and destroyed the east, does anyone know where the nice surf spots are if they changed in OC or Delaware? And are there any spots in Bethany that are good to shred?

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    Heard there are some good spots at jungle Jim's

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ericriley View Post
    since hurricane sandy came and destroyed the east
    Dude, there is nothing there! No more beach, no more breaks... just a big void of NOTHING!

    Although I hear there may still be an artificial reef break in AC, Gmack is eyeing it to produce better than Nazare.

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    Everyone's heading to Fisherman's Island since they allow people out there now...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zeroevol View Post
    Everyone's heading to Fisherman's Island since they allow people out there now...
    Wait, what?

    To the OP, you gotta go searching man, that is what surfing is all about

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    Lee, just pulling his leg.

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    the whole east coast is walled up close outs. it sucks. i haven't surfed since. there's nothing at all. i think i'm going to quit.

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    Open your eyes man!

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    talk about a thread trainwreck =)

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    Speaking of artificial reefs, one of my clients that works for the Corps of Engineers claims there are plans to put some around Fort Story, North End and the Bay in the near future.