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  1. #11
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    HAHAHA, "To it's their own", so many gems from our compadre NJSM...just give it some time to get the feel for things before you start shotting the pier.

  2. #12
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    No one on here will really give up thier spot- specially on an open forum. The spots get crowded in the summer and its no one wants any more ppl... i guess everyone thinks we have world class secret reefs here are something... we dont... its all sand... beach break.

    Drive around and look... check out google earth....

    Here is a website that has alot of useful info:

    http://www.wannasurf.com/spot/North_...ast/index.html

  3. #13
    Arthur...this has to be a joke...or you're some type of sophisticated SPAM-bot or something...right?

  4. #14
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    there's no surf in jersey,you have to go to rhode island or florida

  5. #15
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    Arthur send me $10.00 bucks and I'll tell you

    or

    You Jersey guys can send me $2.00 a piece so I keep my mouth shut.

    Whoever gets to me first.

    I'll give you an example to show youse guys I mean business:

    68th St in Brant Beach, LBI.................

    I start heading north soon fellows.................

  6. #16
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    i guess you kiddies missed that surfer mag article that says your spot isnt a surf spot,more actually a surf break.nj sucks.it sucks hard and hollow.best spot is asbury park.u can go to manasquan and blend in with the 1000 other kooks that float there.or u can go shred with sammy hammer down in bayhead or lavelette.ocean city rips too go hang out with pro surfer robert kelly,those dudes are super cool.they wont harsh your mellow like the gossip on here.cheers mate

  7. #17
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    i love how everyone thinks their spot is secret.we live in new jersey,the tri state area.this isnt so cal,its jerzzzey.we have beach breaks,and beach replishment.wonder why france and spain have such good surf.its only across the water.its because the acoe destroys the sandbars every year with beach replinishment.if your a true jersey surfer go write your local senator about the army core of engineers

  8. #18
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    Dec 2008
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    you realize the NJ coast is 127 miles long, so you may want to narrow it down as to where you're coming from. That being said, your best bet is to check out Rockaway Beach, NY and the rest of Long Island. Much better surf there.

  9. #19
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    Quote Originally Posted by njsurfer42 View Post
    DUUUUUUUDDEEEE!!!!!!!!!!! why would give away such a sick spot!! now everyone's going to go there!
    I figure a half hour drive and you can help the young lad out

  10. #20
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    Quote Originally Posted by cepriano View Post
    i love how everyone thinks their spot is secret.we live in new jersey,the tri state area.this isnt so cal,its jerzzzey.we have beach breaks,and beach replishment.wonder why france and spain have such good surf.its only across the water.its because the acoe destroys the sandbars every year with beach replinishment.if your a true jersey surfer go write your local senator about the army core of engineers
    no one thinks their spot is secret here. everyone knows all the big name spots/breaks. but coming onto a public forum like this is the epitome of laziness & self-entitlement. work for your ****. yea, everyone knows where to go in the different towns that dot the nj coast, but that doesn't mean we should offer them up like tokens of gratitude to every transient wannabe who finds their way to our shores. if he's a skilled surfer, he'll be able to figure it out for himself. if he's not, then any closed out sandbar will do while he develops his skills.