Question for you guys. Normally on Sundays, I surf in Atlantic City south of the last casino. For the past few months like clockwork, I always see a group of dolphins out anywhere between 7 and 8 am. They usually just cruise past me and get about as close as 10 feet from me. More than likely, they frequent this spot because the food is plentiful there (I usually see fish jumping out of the water). There are usually between 3-4 in their pod. I'm not sure if it is the same group every week but I suspect it is. Last weekend was a little different. I was out with a few friends and I started to paddle away from them to head towards another bar that was handling the small swell a little better. As I approached it I noticed a dolphin that had breached the water and was in mid-air when I happened to see him. I sat up on my board and then noticed that there were about 8 or 9 fins in the water splashing around. I was about 10-15 feet from the pod. Then I watched as a few of them caught a wave. Very cool to watch. After the wave passed the ones that were riding it swam back over to the rest of the group. At that point all of them started swimming towards me. I just sat there and they ended up coming over to me and swimming underneath and around me. They were brushing up against my legs and although I have never heard of anyone in NJ getting attacked by dolphins...haha...I decided it was best to move on as they are in fact, wild animals and I was by myself at that point (my friends were a good 50 yards away at least). So a wave started to build behind me and I decided to paddle to catch it. As I looked behind me before I stood up, I didn't see any dolphins riding the wave so I figured I was good. I stood up and rode towards the shore rather then down the line as I wanted to give the animals as much space as possible. As I was riding, I looked behind me and there were two riding along side of me. I couldn't help but smile as I had never surfed with dolphins before. So here's what I would like to know. 1. Has this ever happened to anyone else here 2. Has anyone ever experienced dolphin aggression I only ask because I do plan on heading back this weekend and it would be good to know if dolphin aggression should be a factor to consider if I get approached again. Thx.