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  1. #21
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    Quote Originally Posted by rednecksurfer View Post
    Not real worried about the toll's just want the quickest way to get there. Thanks for heads up guy's appreciate it,.
    the quickest route to new jersey will be to head to Atlantic City. just hop on the AC express way.

  2. #22
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    DEAL,NJ they get good swell there, thats where i like to go

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    in deal you feel like your among the elite because every house is the size of giants stadium!

  4. #24
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    Manasquan is good, but gets crowded. Spring lake gets good at the pipe as well as belmar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rednecksurfer View Post
    I just had to move away from O.C. Md for family reasons and was wondering? It looks like Jersey gets more consistant waves than Delmarva and it where Iam now it would take me the same amount of time to drive to Jersey as it would O.C.. Can anyone recommend any good beaches to surf. Keep in mind I know it's home beach to some and keep it respectable. Just looking for a better break.
    manasquan inlet its great at a north wind the inlet blocks the wind for a clean wave

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    Quote Originally Posted by eastcoast_sponger View Post
    Belmar or bradly beach are two great spots.... so is casino peir in seaside... personally like bradly
    im in bradley all the time and its my favorite place to go.

  7. #27
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    Nj

    On the right swell with the sand in place longbranch is really funn

  8. #28
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    Quote Originally Posted by BromalianPirate View Post
    On the right swell with the sand in place longbranch is really funn
    In the 80's, North End used to be a best-kept secret. They ruined it in the 90's when they attempted to extend the beaches out past the jetties. I have no idea how many thousands of tons of sand they transported in and dumped, but it wrecked the breaks.

    I go back 4 to 5 times a year and everytime I do, if they're knee high in LB, it's waist to chest in Belmar. It amazes me how much size can be lost/gained over 15 miles when the beaches face the same exact direction.