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RE: Where is the best surf point on the east coast ?« on: November 29 2007 16:11:00 »
The best spot on the eastern seaboard is my own little spot, secret to just me and a few other marine mamals and birds of course. Its a nice little headland cropping out of a small cove and when the swell direction, size and wind are right I can ride all the way into the rocky cove. Too bad itll be found sooner or later with the amount of surfers getting into it up here in these frigid waters.
RE: Where is the best surf point on the east coast ?« Reply #1 on: November 29 2007 19:11:00 »
Oh Bubble boy...what the hell- really constructive; let's see, marine mammals which mean seals, so new england north (if they were dolphins, you would say that, flipper boy!) and headland with birds...ah, Breyton Pt., Westport, Mass rights into Westport cove. However, tiny bubbles, it rarely breaks, it's all private property access (unless, walking with booties over sharp barnacles for 1 mile), fickle sections, and, above all, no chicks to service you after your Lopez arches in 250 yard speed walls. Oh, dang.
RE: Where is the best surf point on the east coast ?« Reply #3 on: December 01 2007 03:12:00 »
to the one very SELFISH person - who can't resist the temptation to RUIN this great forum with his useless offerings - consider: in the water, we SURFERS keep the [speaking out of turn with a SELFISH agenda] to a minimum... We feel it, enjoy watching other people "making their artistic strokes" on the H20 - and that's usually enough. By not making asses out of ourselves, we are able to help keep the NOISE [an engineering term to describe all that is POLLUTING THE SIGNAL] to a minimum. Can you just STOP? It would be a START, and all these nice people wouldn't be calling you out with the PROOF you so continue to provide in such great abundance. GOOD GOING.
RE: Where is the best surf point on the east coast ?« Reply #4 on: December 01 2007 13:12:00 »
Oh big Phil take me right here right now.
RE: Where is the best surf point on the east coast ?« Reply #5 on: December 01 2007 15:12:00 »
Dear ALLEN (East Pacific): You eloquently and adroitly smacked Tom on his proverbial dysfunction! I would give you any set wave at Goosewing Beach, Little Compton because you simply stated what we've all been trying to do for this wretched soul....and nothing's worked. You've also elevated the discussion that you best eluded to , 'only a surfer knows the feeling' (Derek Ho, 1995) and it's best said 'in the line-up'.
RE: Where is the best surf point on the east coast ?« Reply #6 on: December 03 2007 03:12:00 »
waah, waah waah.....Shut up already.
RE: Where is the best surf point on the east coast ?« Reply #7 on: December 04 2007 21:12:00 »
Best surf on the East coast ? Easy !!!! It's where ever its breaking the best somewhere on the east coast on that given day. There are better surf points then others on the east coast, but when you think about, It all comes down to weather systems, Wind Volicity, direction and the sea floor.
RE: Where is the best surf point on the east coast ?« Reply #8 on: December 05 2007 22:12:00 »
Sebastion Inlet in Florida !!!! It's almost wedge like against the rocky pier. I once got tubed by a 9 footer there. Second favorite place is the Avalon Pier on Hatterous island in the OBX.. Yes Tom !!!! You heard it right. Bout 28 miles north of the Light House, and it gets swells in 3 directions. Third favorite place is Sandy Hook NJ. Great sandbar and the waves set up pretty nicely. After a good surf, Go into NY and see a Broadway show. NO TEACHER I"M NOT GAY !!!!!
RE: Where is the best surf point on the east coast ?« Reply #9 on: December 07 2007 09:12:00 »
ok, Dick? You (Tom) called me out, but I refuge to engage. To correct you: Hallandale Pier has more consistent sandbars than the 'unrocky' Sebastian (this break works because of 'wedging' swells ricocheting). You tried to cop my Sandy Hook info., but, again I'll refrain from intellectually smacking your ass (but, Broadway Tums, you might like it). In reality, Monomoy 'hook' off of Cape Cod will do it; lefts and rights reeling up a spit 300' from each other! The only problem it's a National Wildlife Refuge (where Tombs should be relocated).