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    Question NE surfling

    I surf in VB and the OBX. In mid December I want to take a surf trip to New England. I hear there are point breaks up there. Can anyone direct me to a good spot? I prefer a nice left but rights are cool too.

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    Pretty Good rights at Seven Presidents Beach, Long Branch, NJ. It's an hour from NYC, to help u out. And i hear LBI (Long Beach Island, NJ) is good, same with Manasquan, NJ

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    Bring a bus full of people to!

  4. Quote Originally Posted by rgnsup View Post
    Bring a bus full of people to!
    Where do u go?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NewJerseyNick View Post
    Pretty Good rights at Seven Presidents Beach, Long Branch, NJ. It's an hour from NYC, to help u out. And i hear LBI (Long Beach Island, NJ) is good, same with Manasquan, NJ
    Not sure I would consider this New England

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    Quote Originally Posted by NewJerseyNick View Post
    Pretty Good rights at Seven Presidents Beach, Long Branch, NJ. It's an hour from NYC, to help u out. And i hear LBI (Long Beach Island, NJ) is good, same with Manasquan, NJ
    He is asking about NEW ENGLAND not NJ

    btw - those spots in NJ suck I would continue up the coast to New England like you are planning on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jrobe057 View Post
    I surf in VB and the OBX. In mid December I want to take a surf trip to New England. I hear there are point breaks up there. Can anyone direct me to a good spot? I prefer a nice left but rights are cool too.
    set the cruise control and don't slow down until you get to Narraganset, RI. Lots of right points up there and matunack has a nice left hander. Warning - if there isn't a decent south swell, you aren't going to get any waves in RI on the points. They turn off completely if the swell is under 3 foot. If thats the case drive another 2-3 hours out to Cape Cod for beachies that pick up more swell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NewJerseyNick View Post
    Where do u go?
    I go... : X

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    No, NJ sucks don't come here I, I, I mean go there... but if you are looking for points in NJ, the cove on sandy hook can get good but like stated above you need a solid swell for it to turn on... I would go up to RI or Mass for the point breaks that you are looking for... make sure there will be swell when you plan this or you will just be wasting a lot of gasoline...

    Why would you leave the OBX to come to the coldness of the NE?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wallysurfr View Post
    Why would you leave the OBX to come to the coldness of the NE?
    Yeah....seriously.....x2