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  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by Salty J View Post
    Longest East Coast Wave


    Is this a word jumble?

    How about longest flat spell. 3 weeks?
    no, how about 2 months? (Not counting anything under waist)

  2. #12
    Quote Originally Posted by jak assateague View Post
    I've caught more than a few 30+ second rides at The Cove, where the wave just keeps going, and you get out and walk back up to the rocks...
    btw -- Nova Scotia doesn't count, east coast U.S. only......
    Since when is Nova Scotia not on the east coast... ? pretty sure the question was asking what the longest wave on the east coast was.

    And yes, Nova Scotia does have some longggg waves, there is a right that i know about that when its working is probably about 400 yards. Pretty good stuff.

  3. #13
    Quote Originally Posted by jak assateague View Post
    I've caught more than a few 30+ second rides at The Cove, where the wave just keeps going, Nova Scotia doesn't count, east coast U.S. only......
    1st. You have never had a 30+ second ride at "The Cove" I have to stop laughing so hard to keep typing.

    2nd. If you exclude Nova Scotia your excluding waves like this. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KJDVgiG0Xx4

    Thats a point break. Which the Cove is most certainly not. Count how long the outside wave breaks and tell me The Cape May Cove has ever been that good.

  4. #14
    Quote Originally Posted by ledzepfreak View Post
    no, how about 2 months? (Not counting anything under waist)
    It can get brutal but thigh to waist is hardly flat. If you don't have one already... get a longboard! You'll thank me later. It'll change your whole outlook on crappy summer windswell. It won't turn the Cove into a 30+ second wave but you know

  5. #15
    Quote Originally Posted by Salty J View Post

    2nd. If you exclude Nova Scotia your excluding waves like this. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KJDVgiG0Xx4
    Coming from ns, i know this spot quite well. Its pretty popular but to no regards is looked at as a "long" wave. I'm not saying that you can't have a thirty second ride on it, but i'm saying that there are definatly longer waves around here. That wave.. known as "teahouse" is regarded as more of a hollow wave when its about head to overhead.

  6. #16
    Quote Originally Posted by NSsurfer View Post
    Coming from ns, i know this spot quite well. Its pretty popular but to no regards is looked at as a "long" wave. I'm not saying that you can't have a thirty second ride on it, but i'm saying that there are definatly longer waves around here. That wave.. known as "teahouse" is regarded as more of a hollow wave when its about head to overhead.
    As you may or may not know....thats considered relatively epic-ish, in terms of length, roun' these parts. Why do you think no one is out in the video? Is the other side of the headland holding a right thats three times as long?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salty J View Post
    It can get brutal but thigh to waist is hardly flat. If you don't have one already... get a longboard! You'll thank me later. It'll change your whole outlook on crappy summer windswell. It won't turn the Cove into a 30+ second wave but you know
    I'm not old enough for a job, but I'm saving up for a nice Eavey this summer... lots of lawns...

    I've been surfing those days when it's knee high, It's just that I want some action! You know, something to make freezing by rump off worthwhile!

  8. #18
    Quote Originally Posted by Salty J View Post
    As you may or may not know....thats considered relatively epic-ish, in terms of length, roun' these parts. Why do you think no one is out in the video? Is the other side of the headland holding a right thats three times as long?
    ahah your probably right on. When teahouse is working, most of the time the right is even better. There has been many times when i check teahouse and it looks like the video, almost go out, then decide to check the right and its 4 times better. but the right is probably the most crowded wave in nova scotia (other then lawrencetown beach in the summertime) with like 20 guys out on a good day aha..

  9. #19
    http://ca.youtube.com/watch?v=eoq8Ks...eature=related

    The surfers in this don't really do the waves any justification, although this wave is ideal when its a little smaller then this. But see for yourself why they call this spot minutes.

  10. #20
    there is no way you got a 30+ second wave at the cove in cape may. however i did get the longest barrel there of my life. only surfed cove during late fall, that seems when it turns on. haven't surfed it in a couple of years.....