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  1. #21
    1989 in OCMD. Got my first board for christmas during 5th grade. It was an ugly pink and purple Ashton thruster from Sunshine House.

    Best Waves:
    1. South Shore Oahu/Northwest Maui
    2. Hatteras
    3. OCMD in October

    Dream Wave
    1. Ollies Point

  2. #22
    Join Date
    Apr 2008
    Location
    Chadwick
    Posts
    1,330
    1977,yellow Gerry Lopez Lightning Bolt wing pin single fin.
    up the street,Surf Way,Chadwick Beach.
    Buxton, the motels.
    i'm content.

  3. #23
    First place I ever stood up on a board was fall '03 in Vancouver Island, British Columbia. The place is just magical pristine nature. Waves were small when I was there, but it can pump in the winter. I will go back! I have family in western Canada and we took a camping trip there. My sister and I got lessons, cold water, booties and hood. Not so typical first surfing experience!

    After that I was hooked. However, went to college in Philadelphia and playing on ice hockey team limited my water time. Surfed AC, Seaside, LBI a bunch any chance I got. Hurricane Hannah was a special day for me. I even took NJtransit train to AC a bunch because I didn't always have a car. I would skate with my 6'10 Steve Ford under my arm down to 30th Street Station. Man, the looks and comments I got lol!

    Graduated and got a job in NYC and now live in LBNY, one block from the beach. Dream come true.

    I have been fortunate to travel a bunch, these are my favorite places

    1) So.California camping/surfing tour
    2) All over Maui
    3) Vancouver Island
    4) Montauk

    Of course, cant beat at home break with friends hooting and hollerin!

    Making some coin now, got trips coming up for Morocco and Panama!

  4. #24
    Join Date
    Dec 2008
    Location
    MB 07750
    Posts
    368
    I've been surfing basically the same 5-6 jetties since 1985 - age 14- didn't surf much from '91-96 (military & college)

    I fantasize about long lefts - Montauk, Pavones (CR), and Puntas Rocas (Peru)

  5. #25
    Join Date
    May 2009
    Location
    Ocean, NJ
    Posts
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    I've been surfing for almost 18 years now (started @ 11) and the two best place I've surfed are Montauk and OBX. I haven't surfed much while traveling, but there are tons of places I'd love to surf.

  6. #26
    Telling my age now; started surfing at age 14 (1976) (heavy-natural art single fin) between the triple s pier and oceanna pier in Atlantic Beach, NC, also Emerald Isle some in late 1970s early 80s. Surfed to 1985. Went to college, graduated, got a job, house, wife, kid, ect.. started surfing again in 2002. (with updated boards! LOL)

    Favorite Spots
    Outer Banks - so many spots to choose from
    Wilmington - (wrightsville) good swell window
    AB, EI - when the fickle spots break

    Wish List
    Santa Cruz area
    Trestles
    J-Bay

  7. #27
    First paddled out at the old Deauville Jetty in Rehoboth in 1983.

    Best waves surfed:
    1. La Lancha, mainland Mexico. 3 perfect days
    2. Little Hawaii, CR on a huge day

  8. #28

    Wow

    Quote Originally Posted by MDSurfer View Post


    1. Started surfing in 1964 on a Royal Hawaiian pop-out by Dextra from Turco's Sport Center (WldWood) @ 14 in Cape May, then moved to OCM in '66, so I've been surfing for 46 years now.

    ]
    Tons of respect for someone surfing that long.

    very curious, is it crazy to witness how much surfing evolved in just a mere 40 yrs?

    because its still schocking to me how much it evolved peformance wise in the 7 yrs i been in this blessed sport.


    like imagine 45 years ago you saw 20 yr old kids doin this http://www.surfline.com/video/webiso...part-one_42589

    these surfers are way ahead of their time

  9. #29
    Join Date
    Sep 2009
    Location
    Norfolk, VA
    Posts
    396
    Quote Originally Posted by beachbreak View Post
    1977,yellow Gerry Lopez Lightning Bolt wing pin single fin.
    Those boards are great.

    1. I got my first Morey Boogie board in 1976. I think it was called the "Aussie." I lived in North End (Long Branch, NJ) and wore that thing out! Somebody there had a Lightning Bolt...green with a yellow bolt. I wanted one so bad! In '78, I bought my first surfboard. It was a single-fin Sunset and had the same pin-ish outline that the Lightning Bolt boards do. I wish I kept it.

    2. The first place is Ollies Point. The boatride is always a crapshoot, but if you catch it when it's hitting, you'll never forget it. The second place would be a toss up between Avellanas & Sandy Hook on a clean south swell.

  10. #30
    Join Date
    Aug 2010
    Location
    New Jersey
    Posts
    185
    Started surfing at age 9 in SIC. So I have been surfing for 30 yrs.. Wow time does fly...
    I can not narrow down my best surf sessions or spot since there have been many so I'll go by my best two most memorable trips.
    1st flew down to CR solo in 93 after college hung around for 2 months till I met a guy who was there already in Central America for 9 months had his truck shipped out from cali and needed someone to drive back with him. We drove back from CR hitting every spot we could... Nica was hardly on the map vert difficult to get to spots and saly was so scketch guatamala was empty and then mex was unreal. I flew back from cali, so surfed and travelled out total trip was five months.
    2nd best trip was a high budget Indo trip 4 weeks Bali and G-land along with a week on boat best waves in the world have to be in Indo couldn't even day dream how perfect some spots were..