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RE: New Brunswick Surf????« on: August 03 2017 03:08:00 »
Val Comeau often has small waves that are best riden with a paddle board because of there small size. Pigeon hill gets good waves in the chanel once in a while and Miscou's lighthouse is another possibility (long drive for nothing if you don't get it right). Beresford gets wind driven waves and there are a few good small coves with nice rocky reefs in Petit-Rocher that generates ok longboard/paddleboard waves after storms. The Mascaret is one on the longest waves in the world but I would ride it with my the mouth closes and take a good shower afterwords. Most everything in New Brunswick requires a longboard. If you want more consistant waves go to Nova Scotia. (Exept for the Mascaret that comes in like twice a day)