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RE: New Brunswick« Reply #1 on: January 15 2006 19:01:00 »
No, Luke. There aren't any spots that I know of here in New Brunswick. The closest you'd have to travel is to NS or PEI. We've got the highest tides in the world at the Bay of Fundy but there are no waves unless it's storming. And still, no surfable ones. There's the Northumberland Strait which has warm beaches but no. As for the Gulf of St. Laurent, there's quite a bit of windsurfing but the land's not fomed right enough to get some good wave. New Brunswick's more popular for kayaking, spelunking and whale watching. Where in NB are you moving to?
RE: New Brunswick« Reply #2 on: January 16 2006 17:01:00 »
the moncton area, i guess i'll just be road trippin alot then. thanx
RE: New Brunswick« Reply #3 on: February 01 2006 18:02:00 »
Nova Scotia is by far your best bet!
RE: New Brunswick« Reply #4 on: February 10 2008 17:02:00 »
I have actually surfed at New River Beach outside of St. John in november. I had about 4-5ft of surf.
RE: New Brunswick« Reply #5 on: February 20 2012 09:02:00 »
So I'm planning a trip up to Bay of Fundy in July from like that 18-26thish where is the best place to surf, on the Saint John side of the bay.