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  1. #1
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    East Coast Exploration

    Iím reaching out to all East-coasters here. Is there anywhere left to explore and find decent waves? Iíve done some exploring on the OBX and the Eastern Shore but was wondering if there are any areas worth looking into elsewhere.

    I was thinking about Nova Scotia but I was hoping for decent spots state side. Iím not looking for anyone to dime out there spot just wondering if there is a spot where I can camp and explore around.

    Thanks guys Ė

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    theres plenty of little islands up north near n.hampshire and rhode island.id start there

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    Quote Originally Posted by cepriano View Post
    theres plenty of little islands up north near n.hampshire and rhode island.id start there
    I was thinking up that way would be my best bet. The NE looks like it can hold some decent size.

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    Wouldn't it be cool to take a year and explore the whole friggin coast? I'll bet it would be a great adventure. If anyone reads this I am currently accepting donations to fund this trip for myself. I need help setting up a paypal account also.

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    In my opinion anywhere you haven't been is exploring for you. If you're from the south head north or vice versa. You'll get to visit/surf waves that are new to you.

  6. Quote Originally Posted by nynj View Post
    In my opinion anywhere you haven't been is exploring for you. If you're from the south head north or vice versa. You'll get to visit/surf waves that are new to you.
    agreed, get behind the wheel and go for a drive. youll be amazed at what you find

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    Jimmy Buffett (the singer) did something like this, if memory serves. Had himself a custom sleep-in surfing rig built & drove/surfed the east coast a few years back. I think it was also one of those bio-fuel rigs, too. Pretty neat stuff overall.

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    Yep. you guys are spot on. The best way is just to go

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    I was thinking of doing something like this. I'm from NY so I was thinking of just heading south, stopping in every state on the way down and doing some exploring, then heading back up north doing the same thing. It would be a long trip though don't you think? I mean unless you were following a cane swell up the coast back home there would most likely be alot of flat days. One of these days, one of these days

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    it would be awesome to do a road trip and explore the whole coast.id say for the eastcoast December/jan is the best bet.personally id rather do the whole westcoast road trip ,start from Oregon and go down to mexico.theres a lot of spots there that break regardless of swell.on the eastcoast,u want a bunch of storms on your trip,which would probly suck lol,because u might get snowed in but that's the only way ur going to score.id like to treck up to ruggles one day,its like the eastcoast mavericks,but doesn't get that big,but could still dish out some 20 ft sets.going up and down the eastcoast during winter,u could probly snag some of the best barrels of ur life.i had a spot in nj right after sandy,it broke better than kirra,in Australia.u just want to avoid the beach replenished spots,thats why I say go up north because the mid atlantic already been buried