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    NJ .vs. NY

    It's probably been done before, but i wanna here what you guys have to say. NJ .vs. NY. GO.
    Personally, i've surfed both a good amount and i'd have to say Jersey takes it just cause it gets a wider array of swells with a better selection of breaks plus more powerful, heavier breaks.

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    this has been done before in length but my you have just opened pandora's box my friend. good luck managing this thread. o and H20, before you post it, you really have to stop with the belmar stuff, we got it after the 38348934343th hash tag.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 757surfer View Post
    this has been done before in length but my you have just opened pandora's box my friend. good luck managing this thread. o and H20, before you post it, you really have to stop with the belmar stuff, we got it after the 38348934343th hash tag.
    Here's a few more for ya:

    #belmar4lyfe #saltlyfe #belmarheavybarrellzz #belmarstateofmind #23ftalwaysbelmar #2kewl4u #localsonly

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    NY is lefts. NJ is rights. NY ropes gentle slopes. NJ heaves thumping barrels.

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    Yeah, definitely agree DIRTY J is way better. The beach beaks out east on LI never break, let alone get heavy.

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    Dude! Everyone knows Belmar is the best wave on the east coast!

    #belmaristhenewteahupoo

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    Quote Originally Posted by walkingonh2o View Post
    Dude! Everyone knows Belmar is the best wave on the east coast!

    #belmaristhenewteahupoo
    Better than Deal? Not possible!

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    Belmar
    #yougottaseeittobelieveit

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    When comparing typical conditions between NY v NJ, here are the only possible scenarios for the same swell:
    1. NJ clean glassy epic / NY blown out
    2. NJ blown out / NY blown out
    3. NJ clean glassy epic / NY clean to semi clean.

    so as you can see, its never better in NY, its only almost as good but usually blown out while jersey is usually almost always seeing better conditions.

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    West wind - NJ.

    N/NW wind - NY.

    Simple as that

    edit: someone had also mentioned something about the wave itself. I've consistently found NJ to be steeper, heavier and more critical compared to NY which tends to be a bit more forgiving. that being said, some spots far east absolutely drain...
    Last edited by mOtion732; Dec 20, 2013 at 01:23 PM.