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    Does anyone sometimes think New Jersey is overrated?

    No offense to Jersey, I've expirienced some great days down there, and I know how good it gets, but I keep seeing these features on Surfline and the most popular East Coast photos on MSW mostly of NJ. Maybe there are just more great surf photogaphers than up north?

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    Great place to visit. Take Fla over NJ any day. Surfed more in Fla in the 5 years we have been here, than the 37 years I lived in SJ.

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    what do you mean "sometimes?"

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    yep, jersey is horrible. no idea what surfline is on about w/ that...

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    one word: NJSHREDMACHINE

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    we do have our 23 foot days though....

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    Its common knowledge its a loser state all the way around.Loved the Sopranos however.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skimdog View Post
    Its common knowledge its a loser state all the way around.Loved the Sopranos however.
    Mike Gleason, Sam Hammer, Clay Pollioni, yeah losers. Ive surfed in NJ my whole life except during 8 years in the marine corps and when I wasn't overseas I was stationed in so cal. Nj isn't as consistent as so cal no doubt. But when its good its really hollow and powerful. If you don't like NJ waves than stop surfing there. Good day sir.

  9. Quote Originally Posted by Mattyb View Post
    Mike Gleason, Sam Hammer, Clay Pollioni, yeah losers. Ive surfed in NJ my whole life except during 8 years in the marine corps and when I wasn't overseas I was stationed in so cal. Nj isn't as consistent as so cal no doubt. But when its good its really hollow and powerful. If you don't like NJ waves than stop surfing there. Good day sir.
    Yes friend being a "local pro" makes your a loser. All of them suck, and if they lived in Socal ( and you should know this) they would be nobodys. Go to blacks on a good day and 90% of the guys out there are better than them, but they have real jobs and surf as a hobby. Those NJ guys a regular sized fish in the puddle that is NJ. the east coast sucks in general, and aside from Kelly everyone from here sucks too (in comparison)

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    Quote Originally Posted by im way better than you View Post
    Yes friend being a "local pro" makes your a loser. All of them suck, and if they lived in Socal ( and you should know this) they would be nobodys. Go to blacks on a good day and 90% of the guys out there are better than them, but they have real jobs and surf as a hobby. Those NJ guys a regular sized fish in the puddle that is NJ. the east coast sucks in general, and aside from Kelly everyone from here sucks too (in comparison)
    all i know about westcoasters, is they have better waves. but when they come here, they don't even know how to paddle into ours. and ***** and moan about how the east coast is flat.