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RE: best spots in NJ, USA« Reply #1 on: October 07 2006 02:10:00 »
sandy hook, point pleasent, and LBI, at least for the nothern/central part of state.
RE: best spots in NJ, USA« Reply #2 on: October 09 2006 12:10:00 »
RE: best spots in NJ, USA« Reply #3 on: October 12 2006 15:10:00 »
It can be a very good spot when there is swell.
RE: best spots in NJ, USA« Reply #4 on: October 23 2006 20:10:00 »
were do u surf in rochester, lol ,
email me where in rochester,ny
I have been surfing in wildwood for a while each summer , and its pretty decent for a begginer.
RE: best spots in NJ, USA« Reply #5 on: October 24 2006 13:10:00 »
RE: best spots in NJ, USA« Reply #6 on: October 25 2006 19:10:00 »
i dont know of yuppiville in rochester and east ave is in the city according to the map
RE: best spots in NJ, USA« Reply #7 on: October 26 2006 18:10:00 »
I know you live in yuppiville in rochester, but i havent found out were u hit waves in rochester,
I have seen descent size waves near durand sometimes, charollote is not very good.
RE: best spots in NJ, USA« Reply #8 on: January 19 2007 09:01:00 »
I haven't surfed since i moved to Rochester 9 years ago. i live next to durrand beach and the waves are sometimes ridable . i get the urge anytime i see the mushy 1to3' waves but don't have boards anymore, probably need at least a fun shape.i watched a couple of guys out here now and then . they really suck but they look like there having fun. does anyone know a local shaper
RE: best spots in NJ, USA« Reply #9 on: January 19 2007 23:01:00 »
I think you'd be better off just buying online or the next time your near the ocean. I got a board in Florida but didn't bring it up to Rochester since I have never seen anything I could ride here, then again, I havn't really loooked I suppose.
I did some kite boarding here but I'm still very new at that so it was more like being dragged around with a board leashed to my leg.