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    spring break east coast.

    well the time is fast approaching for me, march 6-15th, and i am looking for somewhere between North Carolina and New York. cant go the full week because we are moving into a new house so i could definitely get away for 2-3 days at most.

    i know the farther south i go the warmer the water is going to be. the question is which area is going to have a more consistant, even if small, surf. im going to be riding a 7' egg, 6'3 mod quad fish, and a 6'3 fish that i shaped myself.

    which area is most consistent during march? im asking about your past experiences since we all know you can predict the future.

    if its all usually the same ill just stick around nj or md and watch the forecasts and go when it looks good, but if va,nc is going to be consistent then ill try and make it down there
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    I would recommend just keeping an eye on the forecasts, and choosing your destination when you get some solid swell info. It sux to make reservations to a a place, only to realize its going to be flat for your stay.

    I imagine your not going to have a problem making reservations anywhere from new york to north carolina this time of year.

    Generally speaking, hatteras will offer warmer temps and more consistent opportunities to surf.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swellinfo View Post
    I would recommend just keeping an eye on the forecasts, and choosing your destination when you get some solid swell info. It sux to make reservations to a a place, only to realize its going to be flat for your stay.

    I imagine your not going to have a problem making reservations anywhere from new york to north carolina this time of year.

    Generally speaking, hatteras will offer warmer temps and more consistent opportunities to surf.
    thats what i was thinking when i was looking at forecasts from the last couple weeks