Hoping the swell this weekend doesn't bring a lot of closeouts like Bill did last year. The Bill swell was way too much energy for NJ breaks to hold, the few peaks that worked were packed. Also, if you noticed the Bill swell pushed around a lot of sand and created some really nice bars that helped setup the TS Danny swell the following weekend (which I thought by all means was way more rippable than the Bill swell). Obviously, everyone knows the health/status of the sandbars at there local breaks. But on a regional scale Im curious to see if our beaches fair better or worse on the first big ground swell of the year. Obviously this summers weather/wind/swell patterns significantly effect this ..... Any thoughts???