Was talking to my friends about why I thought many jersey beachbreaks get hollow more often than many new england beachbreaks but started to stumble halfway through my explanation...whats the real reasons it barrels at 3 ft as opposed to some breaks in N.E.?
p.s. i'm sure theres a thread for this so...screw it
p.p.s. could just be a deal vs gansett thing bc there are obv places like cape cod that create mutant heavers
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Apr 1, 2014, 12:53 AM #1Senior Member
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Last edited by patgeds22; Apr 1, 2014 at 12:59 AM.
Apr 1, 2014, 01:50 AM #2
sandbars in jersey go from deep to very shallow and its basically a speed bump on the seafloor,and that causes the waves to barrel.if it was a gentle slope,like a narrow hill underwater,then u have crumbly waves that don't barrel
It's all bout the sand bars... They can get fairly hairball crazy At low tide...
The barrels in Belmar are always bigger...artificial reef