Hello surfers. I'll be heading to the cape in early September and was wondering if anyone could guide me to some good public spots. I'll be in denisport. What spots are close to that. Any advice is nice and I'll gladly share my knowledge about Maine spots in exchange for yours. Thanks.
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Surfing cape cod
Last edited by Charles Taylor; Aug 25, 2013 at 06:25 PM.
Hey are you coming to Jersey, ever? I'll trade info with you.
Hey I am so sorry that I thought that was you in your avatar(GOD, I HATE saying that word). I am especially ashamed because I didn't even recognize Mr. Tosh - a solid citizen who makes fun of all the right stuff. Great American.
Nauset Beach in Orleans.........
Yo, Charles, send a Private Message to: CAPECODCDOG He seems like a honorble fellow and probably wouldn't mind sharing a tip for a respectful, gentleman such as yourself.....Seriously, PM him. He's a nice guy.
Jersey is not on my list of desirable destinations I'm sorry to say. The jersey shore show I'm sure has just ruined your high potential state. I'm deeply sorry. Plus you speak of being murdered by Puerto Ricans .... I spent some time in the pine Barron's down there for a camping trip and that was enough for me. Also the water you speak of seems most unfortunate my friend. I don't mind tellin any one about Maine surfing tho so just ask and I will share.
Yes it is tosh and he is a great man. He really hits the nail on the head quite well when it comes to foul humor.
I've conversed with cape cod dog he seems like a great man.
Aug 25, 2013, 07:00 PM #4
4wd will find you the best peaks
Aug 25, 2013, 11:12 PM #5
Best waves are in Chatham. Dress up like a seal when you paddle out.. Look for birds diving, that's usually a sign of where the best waves are.
Aug 26, 2013, 10:57 AM #7Senior Member
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Aww come on Kookie just PM, Charles, and tell him THE SPOT. Dude, it's not like he's going to go back home to Maine, and tell everyone there......and all of Maine's surfers will decide to move to Cape Cod.
Since I have special powers, I'm pretty sure, Charlie, isn't the boastful type who's going to yap to anyone who'd listen aboot the sick bubs he scored on Cape Cod.....
You can trust people from Maine. Really, I'm serious. They sit up there and look down on the madness further south and just smile.
Aug 26, 2013, 04:43 PM #9Senior Member
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the best spot called Crab Knees. It breaks on a West North-Eastward wind and a North coastal swell. The right tide is the night tide, you can get barreled by moonlight.
Also there is Shoob Nazteas but watchout for the locals at low tide, they make boils so they're easy to spot. Line up with the big dune and the dune shaped like a tit to find 'the peak'.
'The Peak' is the pointy part of the wave. Getting up is called poping. Whoever popes first gets the ride. Have fun and wear a helmut.. theres shacks in the wata.
Aug 26, 2013, 06:03 PM #10