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Discussion in 'Mid Atlantic' started by Zeroevol, Jun 21, 2017.
Banned for being awesome
Hey Lance, what do we look like?
I don't think she's all that bad.
I wouldn't mind taking her black cherry.
I like how Dear Old Dad is all stealth mode with that switch behind his back.
He's about to go Adrian Peterson on old GW lol
So, are you saying that's you at the lip or you about to get smashed in the impact zone or you're not in that photo at all but you wish that you were the guy at the lip?
Neither or none. Just a cool pic of a friend on a recent surf trip .I thought we were just posting stuff anywhere we want nowadays?
One of me paddling back out after a wave, looking to the horizon.
looks like a nice clean wave.
TBH, I've always imagined FL as being painfully flat. One of my old surfing buddies got stationed there with the Air Force and it was enough to make him quit surfing.
I'd like to think that I've got a little more patience than that lol. Anyways, looks fun.
Things have changed...."global warming", dude....didn't you know??
If I recall, this was New Years Day 2015. Your imagination isn't completely wrong, it can definitely get painfully flat, but there are rideable waves about 200 days a year. Quality will vary, this being one of the better days.
That aboot sums up NJ as well. And pretty much the whole East Coast, except for the Outer Banks.
Interesting the difference between South Jersey, (Cape May County), Central Jersey (Ocean County) and North Jersey (Monmouth County). North Jersey gets the heaviest waves... Central has the best consistency... South has the least consistency and smallest average surf.
I imagine Florida is very different North to South, too.
For sure. I was more referring to CFL / NFL, but if you take into account SFL and the entire Gulf coast, you have a ton of coastline with lots of setups and swell windows. I would bet there is a rideable wave somewhere in FL on almost any given day. It’s a big place.
Palm Beach County is very different north to south. North of Palm Beach island / Singer Island the water gets colder and murkier, and the waves are bigger and more consistent. But big north swells get blown or maxed out until you get further south like Reef Road in Palm Beach, Delray Beach south end, or Jap Rock in Boca. Traffic sucks everywhere, but lots better access the further north you go. Boca and Boynton Beach get the best south wind choppe. Four inlets, lots of variety, and soon...KELLY'S WAVE POOL ($9678 per hour).