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Teiki Mathieu Baillan surfing a self-made Alaya surfboard in Macaroni, Mentawaï, Indonesia. Photo by C. Naslain, 2009.
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Brick - Well mate, Brick NJ is in the central part of the state about 10K from the beach. There are plenty of average beach breaks in the area and a few piers to the North and South. NJ is very cold in January; air temp: -5C and ocean water temp: 2C...so you need a full 5mm wetsuit, boots and gloves. The surf is extreme to very good to flat spells that last weeks; there are mountains within a few hour drive for snowboarding.It will be a big change for you for sure, but you will meet some people that are really dedicated to the sport. The bonus; USD $79 puts you into the Caribbean in 3 hours where is it tropical, sunny and pumping all winter.Cheers,JK
NJ possibilities... - Im an Aussie headed towards NJ next january, some place called Brick?? Whats the surf and water gonna be like this time of year?Drop me an email if you like.
Don't be hatin' - To all the haters of Cali,I hope you pussies are referring to Southern Cal. There is a big difference between Nor-Cal and So-Cal. I live in S.F. and the water is coldall year round. S.F.'s Ocean Beach is one of the most difficult and dangerousbeaches in the country. So-Cal pussies sometimes can't handle Nor-Cal conditions.Nor-Cal surfers adapt very quickly when they surf other places in the world .Surfing is best during fall and winter. In spring and summer the waves suck due to onshore winds unless you live in Santa Cruz which faces south. Most Nor-Cal surfersaren't haters because we know what are abilities allow us to do and make the best of whatever surf is available. The poseurs talkin' smack don't have clue and need to go back to school to learn how to spell and write,illiterate kooks. Fuckin' pussies talkin' shit come to S.F. and surf Ocean Beach during fall/winter. If you can make it past the impact zone ,you got my respect. Peace, bitches.
the chart thing - that thing is so wrong the water gets 70 and the swell in the summer is not 5-6 feet that just makes people who want to come here in the summer think its gunna be good and crowd it up even more so change it
Jenks - I also suffer through New Jersey beac breaks but it isn't so bad if you can get a nice storm swell. By the way Jenks is preety good but not often as big as the pictures.
wat retarts - the swell in the summer is definitly not 5-6 feet it is a frustrating 1 -2 who the hell write these things , not locals, and the watewr temp is like 68 or so and in the september it is like 72 so someone needs to change that thing
- I gotta move too, this is ridiculous, surf sucks here
exodus - New Jersey is really not that special. I've lived here my whole life and it only gets good once in a while. The beaches are nice though. Even so, I still check the surf every day cause there's nothing I'd rather be doing than surfing. Next year after I finish college I'm definitely moving somewhere good, maybe Hawaii. Anyways If you live in NJ and you love to surf here I can respect that. But as of next August, I am through dealing with stress, traffic, pollution, cold water, and overall gloom.
belmar was good today - overhead sets 71 degree water 83 degree air sunshine, and an offshore wind made it fun.
- Has Bruce Springsteen been seen in the water once? Just wondering if he was a surfer back in the old days.....
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