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  1. #91
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    Quote Originally Posted by wilmshark View Post
    2:45 .. blatant drop in ?!??!!
    that's why I hate the pros.they are phun to watch,but try surfing with them and they'll take every good wave.i live a lot closer to sh than those guys,so I guess im a local and I get to drop in on them every wave while the camera is rolling

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    Quote Originally Posted by cepriano View Post
    that's why I hate the pros.they are phun to watch,but try surfing with them and they'll take every good wave.i live a lot closer to sh than those guys,so I guess im a local and I get to drop in on them every wave while the camera is rolling
    Pros are more fun when they r looking for thier teeth on the beach.

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    Summer pros at Belmar NJ

  4. #94
    New Jersey so does get waves. Just because it's not consistent and we don't always have overhead doesn't mean they aren't waves. We have our days and even shoulder high is good to me

  5. #95
    Quote Originally Posted by Heywood Jubleume View Post
    We should dispose of all New Jersey pro surfers, and their name-dropping hangers-on.

    I can just imagine what the "friends" of these pros are like. Well, besides Archy, he's cool as funk.

    It's funny how people are treated, and the status they have just because they can do an air. Frickin barrier island heroes. Everyone sucks-up to them, and tries to become cool by association. They are special people because they can throw a couple of hacks.

    If they were real pros then they should go on the tour. Why are there so many of them in New Jersey? Lifestyle pros suck. They serve no purpose and don't do anything. I don't know why sponsors think they are viable to their company.

    Has anyone of youse guys ever bought a surf product because Andrew Gesler promotes a certain company?

    Surfers are punks. I dislike when surfers try and act tough and shoot. Most New Jersey surfers are middle class pseudo-toughs who live in sheltered environments.

    Who the heck do these guys think they are by yelling at people? Why is that stuff tolerated? Why do people always have to be a-holes?

    One time at 1st St in OC, some years back, I was checking it, and walked by a New Jersey pro. I don't know who it was, but I know he was a pro ( winter......hood....didn't quite catch the stickers on the board).

    So, as I passed by, I offered a friendly, "Hey what's up?"

    He ignored me. So, I said, " F You, man." He ignored that, too. He had this gosh dang air aboot him. Some self-important aura aboot himself. It makes me angry. It really does.

    Wow, you surf well, and have sponsors. That makes you such an important human being.

    And wow, you know a pro surfer. Yeah, drop that name, and ride the coattails into barrier island VIP status.
    I hate that sh*t as well. Having stickers and sponsors does not mean you can take any wave you want. There are many talented surfers in the water who shred just as hard as the pros. I just dont understand why they had to come out and totally ruin an epic session. Toward the end of my session all I could think about is how douchy those guys were rather than the epic surf. NJ is getting more crowded but there is no reason why we can't play nice in the sandbox. Especially from pros who get multiple surf trips a year. Let us score some waves, most of us can surf well, this isn't summer kookiness

  6. #96
    Is that the actual tip of Sandy Hook? I didn't know they let you surf there

  7. #97
    I think people surf at the nude beach. but thats not the hook its waverly

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    if u surf at the nude beach u will get raped by homosexuals.its not worth it.iv seen things that scarred me for lyfe.the best part is these crossdresser/gays are usually wall st bankers and lawyers.u let one of them fondle ur genitals,they might buy u a new car

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    one guy I met who shall remain anonymous,was a famous singer in the 70s,he has one of those jobs now that he flies all over the world.withen 8 hrs,this guy would bang like 6 dudes and 4 chicks.true story

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    Quote Originally Posted by cepriano View Post
    if u surf at the nude beach u will get raped by homosexuals.its not worth it.iv seen things that scarred me for lyfe.the best part is these crossdresser/gays are usually wall st bankers and lawyers.u let one of them fondle ur genitals,they might buy u a new car
    That place is scary. One of the park rangers I know told me that its the rookies job to watch for lewd acts through binocs and make arrests. Not sure what a counts as a lewd act there cause every time ive walked through or near it, its basically one giant lewd act. In my 20 yrs surfing ive caught it good to phenomenal in that general area about a dozen times after relentlessly searching , checking , parking , walking, driving......Every time I catch it, its a catch 22 im not sure if the surf is worth the mental scars and the paddling in the extra strength current.