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  1. #11
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    Nice Shots Bro!!

    Belmar,NJ was really going off!!!

  2. #12
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    #BelmarFiringAllWeekend
    #50degreewater

  3. #13
    Ah the Wooden Jetty. Haven't been up there since Sandy.

  4. #14
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    yeah its tricycle . no I had to check on a few houses for some friends before work , so I really didn't have much time to head all the way down . Had time to take a few photos and bail . plus it was a bit too chilly for my blood that day . Way too chilly .

  5. #15
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    Quote Originally Posted by sandblasters View Post
    sideshore currents are a myth there are only surfers that lack the ability to paddle fast enough.
    Untrue, IMO. Strong sideshore currents have a real impact on wave quality especially if you are surfing near jetties or groins, but even on open beach break. Above a certain number of knots, the current alone puts a LOT of texture on the wave face, makes the barrels a lot less makeable, at least any drifty places I've surfed.

    With that said, those waves look pretty fun.
    Last edited by mitchell; Jan 6, 2014 at 11:43 PM.

  6. #16
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    Awesome video man! The waves looked fast but quality! Thanks for sharing,

    Nick

  7. #17
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    Sick video! H gate is where it is at on a nor'easter

  8. #18
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    Nice edit John! I just had the best mind surf session ever on those first few clips. Thats something I dream of (Without the snow, frigid water temps, and freezing air.)

  9. #19
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    Beautiful. Thanks.

  10. #20
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    Quote Originally Posted by mitchell View Post
    Untrue, IMO. Strong sideshore currents have a real impact on wave quality especially if you are surfing near jetties or groins, but even on open beach break. Above a certain number of knots, the current alone puts a LOT of texture on the wave face, makes the barrels a lot less makeable, at least any drifty places I've surfed.

    With that said, those waves look pretty fun.
    i was being sarcastic, but i agree with everything you said, i was just quoting someone.