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  1. #21
    Quote Originally Posted by goin_retro View Post
    Depends on how far north you are willing to go. RI has some of the best setups from beach breaks, points, rocks and reefs. It is also such a small state that almost everyone knows each other in the lineup and the minimal number of swells makes everyone that much more stoked when one hits. I was visiting a friend up there when one happened to hit and it was one of the funnest times I've ever had surfing.
    same here..last sunday in october...caught a right hand cobbletone point in RI good and wont forget the session for a while. Cool ppl in the lineup too.

  2. #22
    fair enough... and i did recognize that nj is different and even better than delmarva, i just noted that it is not "dramatically" different. frankly, the waves from (roughly) jupiter inlet to point pleasant/ sandy hook (might as well throw in the west end of long island) arent that "dramatically" different. some different exposures, a different set of groins/jettys, some different water temps, but... i think you get my point (ahhh point? did somebody say point? beachbreaks do have their charm, though...) good times and good waves to all........g.

  3. #23
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    Chubbs is definately right. But instead of going to pismo during the size we could hit up St. Anne's reeef which was sweet