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Discussion in 'All Discussions' started by surfsolo, Jan 23, 2015.
Lets here EM
My secret spot is my garage.
It's where I go to drink beers and get away from my mom and girlfriend.
I prob shouldn't say, but, in DE, the pier at Port Mahon! Low tide, this thing fires!!!
on the north end of the island there is another island...on the other side of that is shelter
from the trade and a righteous right that starts with a barrel.
I don’t know how true it is but supposedly there is a place called “AC” that’s only surfable in NNW-NW or light N winds. It doesn’t matter what the swell height, direction or period is, the winds just can’t be from any other direction regardless of speed. If so it wouldn’t be SI green and that’s the only condition worthy for real surfing. I'm not sure why this is, maybe because there's no buildings, piers or jetties in this area?
Doesn’t matter though because some “experts” are calling for NNE winds @ 25 mph and nothing is blocking that.
If it happens to change though, to say NNW at less than 15 mph and SI says its cool to surf, feel free to park where ever you’d like..its too cold for the locals (the ones who have no intention of surfing).
MY SS is DD @ Belmar...take dumpz there daily
so are you one and of the surfing or non-surfing kind?
Was referring to the real locals of the non surfing kind
Not old guys from Egg Harbor, no need to get offended.
For AC you park near where you can get a glass of Guiness.
wink wink nudge nudge
funny, i never run into them.....and heres to the day when you post something of substance.
I like to hide on top of toll booths.
Those AC locals seem nice.
I hope I don't catch any flack for this, but it already got blown up today anyway. When I'm looking to score big with nobody around, I head straigh to Nantasket Beach. It's the Belmar of New England.
Manasquan inlet , tell em scotty sent you
Come on a$$hole. It's because of jerks like you the squan is so crowded... I was surfing there back in 2010 before anyone knew about it. Just me and a couple of my friends. Now it's packed with kooks because people talk about it on the internet.
I've moved north to B**mar and have been by myself since, but I'm sure that will get blown up too soon enough.
I'd only mention the spots that are widely known. Like, if you got in a cab and asked the cabbie to drive you to the surf spot. Other than that, happy hunting!
Look inside the inlets and ye shall find good surf
And if you do, tell the handsome ginger behind the bar Nick says "Hiiiiiiii"
Maybe we should blow up some spots in ME, MA, and RI
Back in 2010...before anyone knew about it.... BAHAHAHA