NJShredmachine Surfs here

Discussion in 'USA Mainland Surf Forum' started by MFitz73, Aug 10, 2015.



    Sep 17, 2013
    right on scotty, that is EXACTLY what Im talking about, hope maybe the dense Florida clown can get it

    I bet he cant even get a set wave at first peak an Sebastian, let alone a world class wave
    Last edited: Aug 11, 2015


    Sep 17, 2013

  3. seldom seen

    seldom seen Well-Known Member

    Aug 21, 2012
    Hey MIS tried to pm you inbox full dawg
  4. LBCrew

    LBCrew Well-Known Member

    Aug 12, 2009
    Oh... it's real alright. Just the way it is, no matter how we feel about it... good, bad or indifferent. It's just what surfing has become in the modern world of a growing surfing population and shrinking resource base.
  5. DawnPatrol321

    DawnPatrol321 Well-Known Member

    Mar 6, 2012
    You took the bait hook line and sinker HAHAHA. I never claimed to be tough and never claimed any type of physical stature, as a matter of fact I've told you many times i'm not big at all.

    I'd take your money in that bet all day long btw, you know it's really not that hard to get a set wave at 1st peak Sebastian Inlet right? I mean, just be a jerk like everybody else and just drop in, done. What's so hard about that? Maybe that's why you left, nobody would let you catch a wave! HAHAHA Loser.

    I love how you always use the same lines every single time this argument comes up. "Sometimes you don't get to sit at the big boy table", c'mon MISSY, you can do better than that, and don't pretend for a second that YOU are welcome at the "big boy table" because you aren't.

    You're just another poseur on the internet claiming to be something he's not. You don't live in Hawaii, you don't surf 4x OH bombs like you have claimed on here, and you aren't anybody special. You have no authority and you would be the first to be regulated, which is why you probably know so much about it, cause you get punked on the regular. You're a dime a dozen, just a regular Joe, just like me.!
  6. DawnPatrol321

    DawnPatrol321 Well-Known Member

    Mar 6, 2012
    No Scotty, that's not what we're talking about here. Surfing is not the same as a pick up game of basketball or any TEAM sport. I would never just jump in the middle of a GAME. If I walked up on a group playing B Ball and wanted to play, I would ask if I could get in on the next game, sure. And if I was told to F off, then there would probably be some sort of argument or altercation because if I was polite and patient and was given sh*t in return, then that's not cool either.

    Besides, when did surfing have the same rules as a team sport? Since when is surfing a game? I thought most dudes like surfing because it's everything that organized or team sports and games are not. It's not a place to compete unless there is an actual contest, sorry. Which, I have no interest in contests either, but I'll be respectful of them because at least it's an official event and isn't just a random group of dudes pretending to be in some special club or gang that they created to make themselves feel good about themselves by ganging up on innocent strangers just looking to enjoy the ocean.

    There is plenty of ocean out there, plenty for everybody, spread out, give one another some space and enjoy / share the stoke. If your favorite spot gets crowded, then that's life! DEAL WITH IT PEOPLE! Don't be a thug or a wanna be thug because someone else found the same public spot you found one day when you were a newb to that spot. Being territorial over something that doesn't belong to you just seems ridiculous to me. I'm not saying you shouldn't try to keep the place as much of a secret as possible, sure don't go telling everybody to come join in on the fun, but don't go running people off who found it on their own. The internet is available to everybody, one can find any break they want, it's not that hard.

    Surfing is an individual activity that takes place in an open ocean that is free to ALL who choose to frequent that spot, as long as it's public property. They don't own that spot anymore than someone who has never been there before.

    Going somewhere frequently does not make it yours, sorry. I know some people like bullying others into believing they don't belong, but if you know what you are doing and can paddle out and catch waves without negatively impacting anybody else then you should be able to do that without being hassled.

    I just don't think it's right to tell someone they can't even paddle out before you have even seen if they can surf or not. I get it if they're a hazard, but to hassle someone or vandalize their personal property, or worse assault them just to keep the crowd down, well, then that's going over the line. Crowds suck yes, but it's nobody's right to bully people on a public beach.

    Here's an example, going fishing on the Skyway pier can be frustrating at times because it gets really crowded down there. It's a public pier and everybody knows it, so if you choose to go fishing there, you have to accept the fact that it's probably going to be crowded. If someone were to start bullying people into not fishing there because they want it all to themselves, I can see a lot of violence happening. Lots of people going to jail for fighting, or worse. So again, just because someone frequents somewhere public, does NOT make it theirs.
  7. sisurfdogg

    sisurfdogg Well-Known Member

    Jun 17, 2013
    It's like trying to shoot pool at a biker bar - you don't walk in and put your quarter on the table unless you are Chuck Norris, and you're still gonna get scuffed up.

    Lunada Bay has been like that for ever. TFTT - trust fund trailer trash - their rich parents own the local cops. So outsiders get the run around from the law. Life is unfair. Take a boat trip if you need to surf perfect waves with no hassles.
  8. DawnPatrol321

    DawnPatrol321 Well-Known Member

    Mar 6, 2012
    I personally have no desire to ever surf there, never really thought about it honestly, lots of places I don't plan on surfing, not because of localism, just because it's not a place I can see myself going to.

    I don't have the desire to upset anybody at any break, I am always very respectful and in 20 years never had an altercation and I surf the most crowded spots in FL, PR, and have been to Santa Cruz and OBX as well. Never had one issue with people like this.

    What happens when they mess with the wrong person and they get their heads blown off? They have NO IDEA who they are messing with when they start crap with a complete stranger. Could be a sissy like MIS who wouldn't do anything, or could be someone who is absolutely insane and capable of the worst.

    So to the tough guys of the world, keep bullying people out there, end upon the news one day
  9. nynj

    nynj Well-Known Member

    Jul 27, 2012
    A guy and his kid tried to paddle out at Belmar one day. Shred beat up the kid then banged the guys wife.
    Lesson learned.

  10. LBCrew

    LBCrew Well-Known Member

    Aug 12, 2009
    I think the real problem with that kind of regulating is that it's only temporary... eventually you're just not top dog anymore. That's when it all comes back to haunt you.

    The trick is regulating by getting a different kind of respect, one not based on fear. It lasts a lot longer, and teaches the right kind of message.
  11. JawnDoeski

    JawnDoeski Well-Known Member

    Aug 11, 2014
    Ay Lunda Bay sucks...a fat mushy wave...never barrels

    Hey you do realize all these dudes who surf there are trust fund kids/grown men right

    There all a bunch of wanna be "power surfers" too

    And you can even ax speed bump theres probably a dozen better breaks right around the corner

    Ah those soft dreamy lefty coast bruhs
  12. MFitz73

    MFitz73 Well-Known Member

    Aug 21, 2010
    you pay for an education.... one way or the other.
  13. JohnnyCornstarch

    JohnnyCornstarch Well-Known Member

    Feb 24, 2015
    This is basically every break every couple of miles of Florida...
  14. seldom seen

    seldom seen Well-Known Member

    Aug 21, 2012
    Prubly the KooKiest video evah...but watch for funne


    All dramatic like
  15. seldom seen

    seldom seen Well-Known Member

    Aug 21, 2012
    And no, it ain't about Kala...I like Kala...
  16. DawnPatrol321

    DawnPatrol321 Well-Known Member

    Mar 6, 2012
    Agreed LB, very well said. You're a wise man and I'd love to share a peak with you one day...

    You know, I'm totally aware of this stuff and I don't pretend to act like it doesn't exist in the world. My point in all of this is that it's NOT "OK" and I implore everybody to take a stand and not let this happen to you or anybody you know. A few knuckleheads can't regulate the entire surfing population, it's not humanly possible.

    I'm totally with you though. Earn respect in other ways, because like you said, one day you aren't top dog anymore, at some point they'll all just be an old washed up salty geriatrics with one foot in the grave holding on to ole times, when things were better, when surfing wasn't a "group hug" as they like to say. All you have to do is pick up a Surfer Magazine and read some stories to get the lingo down, it's that easy! HAHA

    But seriously, enough already people, let it go, this isn't The Endless Summer, you aren't one of the first surfers to find a surf spot and lay claim to it. Those days are over, most missed it, and those that didn't miss it, are too damn old to play enforcer anyways.

    The ocean is a place to get the mind right, to soak in nature and all that it has to offer, it's a place to be spiritual and gain some sort of understanding of the world. It's a place to wash away the stress and challenges that come with every day life, it's a place to rebuild the sole, it's a place to feel alive, it's a place to encourage others to feel alive. It's not a place to act like a jaggoff and bully people, that's all i'm sayin.
  17. cepriano

    cepriano Well-Known Member

    Apr 20, 2012
    they need to do one of those "lower raids" at this spot.first off,have u seen the real estate in lanuda bay?million dollar houses,there is no ghetto there,these are rich men who inherited their fathers wealth and don't do shyt but surf all day,which is good for them.

    its kind of good how they kept the spot from blowing up and most people are afraid to go there.i can roll up to that spot with 15 of the biggest snaggers u ever seen,knock the pack leader the phuk out,beat up all his little friends,and keep the locals from surfing there ever again.that would be some sweet justice.then when they try to go surf down the coast,they will be greeted by the same hostility.problem is surfers are pu$$ies,nobody wants to duke it out.i bet the parking lot is full of beemers and Mercedes.il take one of those big rocks and drop it on their roof,fuk cutting the tires,il take their axles off,throw the battery off the cliff,rip their fuse box out,then piss in their car.thats how its done...............
  18. Sandblasters

    Sandblasters Well-Known Member

    May 4, 2013

    we won tuna wars viva la south.
  19. MFitz73

    MFitz73 Well-Known Member

    Aug 21, 2010
    hahaaa I seriously would pay to watch something like that unfold there with some of the "core" locals in the lineup.
  20. scotty

    scotty Well-Known Member

    Aug 26, 2008
    Yeah - there was a really good write up in TSJ a few - more than a few - years ago about a guy who fell out of favor with the crew at a heavily regulated California spot. His life revolved around surfing the spot, and he no longer could. Broken down by the very system he had been part of. Ended up using the situation as an awful motivation to move to Indonesia.