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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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 New Jersey

USA, North East

The East Coast rocks

English (Translate this text in English): The East Coast rocks

English (Translate this text in English): The East Coast rocks

English (Translate this text in English): The East Coast rocks

Seasonal swell & wind variations:

Typical swells are S and NE windswells with anything inbetween and the occasional longer period hurricane swells and lingering background swells and oh yeah flatness. Winds are lightest in summer with afternoon S seabreezes. The winds usually stay offshore more in fall and winter after storms and can get quite gusty from late fall-early spring. There is usually always wind at some point in the day, and there is no usual- jersey has extremely variable swell, wind, and weather, be prepared for 52 degree water in july and 75 degree air in january.

English (Translate this text in English): Typical swells are S and NE windswells with anything inbetween and the occasional longer period hurricane swells and lingering background swells and oh yeah flatness. Winds are lightest in summer with afternoon S seabreezes. The winds usually stay offshore more in fall and winter after storms and can get quite gusty from late fall-early spring. There is usually always wind at some point in the day, and there is no usual- jersey has extremely variable swell, wind, and weather, be prepared for 52 degree water in july and 75 degree air in january.

English (Translate this text in English): Typical swells are S and NE windswells with anything inbetween and the occasional longer period hurricane swells and lingering background swells and oh yeah flatness. Winds are lightest in summer with afternoon S seabreezes. The winds usually stay offshore more in fall and winter after storms and can get quite gusty from late fall-early spring. There is usually always wind at some point in the day, and there is no usual- jersey has extremely variable swell, wind, and weather, be prepared for 52 degree water in july and 75 degree air in january.

English (Translate this text in English): Typical swells are S and NE windswells with anything inbetween and the occasional longer period hurricane swells and lingering background swells and oh yeah flatness. Winds are lightest in summer with afternoon S seabreezes. The winds usually stay offshore more in fall and winter after storms and can get quite gusty from late fall-early spring. There is usually always wind at some point in the day, and there is no usual- jersey has extremely variable swell, wind, and weather, be prepared for 52 degree water in july and 75 degree air in january.

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Seasons
Jan/Feb Mar/Apr May/Jun Jul/Aug Sep/Oct Nov/Dec
Best Surfing Season            
Typical Swell Size            
Surf Equipment
Water temp. 2°C
36°F
9°C
48°F
17°C
63°F
22°C
72°F
16°C
61°F
10°C
50°F
Air temp. 3°C
37°F
13°C
55°F
23°C
73°F
29°C
84°F
22°C
72°F
13°C
55°F
Climate            

Seasonal swell & wind variations

Typical swells are S and NE windswells with anything inbetween and the occasional longer period hurricane swells and lingering background swells and oh yeah flatness. Winds are lightest in summer with afternoon S seabreezes. The winds usually stay offshore more in fall and winter after storms and can get quite gusty from late fall-early spring. There is usually always wind at some point in the day, and there is no usual- jersey has extremely variable swell, wind, and weather, be prepared for 52 degree water in july and 75 degree air in january.

English (Translate this text in English): Typical swells are S and NE windswells with anything inbetween and the occasional longer period hurricane swells and lingering background swells and oh yeah flatness. Winds are lightest in summer with afternoon S seabreezes. The winds usually stay offshore more in fall and winter after storms and can get quite gusty from late fall-early spring. There is usually always wind at some point in the day, and there is no usual- jersey has extremely variable swell, wind, and weather, be prepared for 52 degree water in july and 75 degree air in january.

English (Translate this text in English): Typical swells are S and NE windswells with anything inbetween and the occasional longer period hurricane swells and lingering background swells and oh yeah flatness. Winds are lightest in summer with afternoon S seabreezes. The winds usually stay offshore more in fall and winter after storms and can get quite gusty from late fall-early spring. There is usually always wind at some point in the day, and there is no usual- jersey has extremely variable swell, wind, and weather, be prepared for 52 degree water in july and 75 degree air in january.

English (Translate this text in English): Typical swells are S and NE windswells with anything inbetween and the occasional longer period hurricane swells and lingering background swells and oh yeah flatness. Winds are lightest in summer with afternoon S seabreezes. The winds usually stay offshore more in fall and winter after storms and can get quite gusty from late fall-early spring. There is usually always wind at some point in the day, and there is no usual- jersey has extremely variable swell, wind, and weather, be prepared for 52 degree water in july and 75 degree air in january.

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Quality Direction Type Frequ Experience
110th Street - / -
18 Ave Belmar 1 / -
1st Street - / -
31sth Street 2 / -
36th Street - / -
36th Street Jetty - / -
38th St. Beach - / -
57th Street - / -
59th Street Pier 3 / -
5th Street Beach Haven 3 / -
5th street in ship bottom - / -
91st Street - / -
Allenhurst 3 / -
Asbury Park - / -
Asbury Park - 8th Ave Jetty 3 / -
Atlantic Ave. - / -
Avalon - 15th Street - / -
Avalon - 30th Street 3 / -
Avalon - 9th 0r 10th 7 / -
Avon by the Sea 5 / -
Barneget Light Shoals 2 / -
Bay Head 15 / -
Belmar - 16 th Street 9 / -
Belmar - 19 Ave 11 / -
Belmar 17th ave 4 / -
Berkeley Island - / -
Bradley Beach 2 / -
Brick Beach 2 - / -
Brigantine Jetty 1 / -
Broadway beach 1 / -
Cape May Ave. 5 / -
Casino Pier 7 / -
Castles - / -
Cedars 8 / -
Chadwick Beach - / -
Chodes 1 / -
Clam Alley, LBI 7 / -
Crystals 3 / -
Darlington - / -
Demikes 1 / -
Diamond Beach 1 / -
Dinks - / -
Dutches Wedge - / -
El Coronado - / -
Flukies - / -
Gaskins 2 / -
Great Egg Harbor Inlet (Longport) 2 / -
Harvey Cedars - 7 E. Cape May Street - / -
Holoyoke 5 / -
Howe St. Jetty - / -
Island Beach Jetty - / -
Island Beach State Park 1 / -
Jenks 13 / -
L.B.I - 82st 3 / -
Lavallette 7 / -
LBI - Nelson Street 7 / -
LBI - Hudson Ave., 1 / -
LBI - Libbys Cove - / -
LBI - Long Beach Island 3 / -
LBI - Oysters - / -
LBI - Sands - / -
LBI - Ship Bottom 2 / -
LBI - Ship Bottom, 31th., 30th 4 / -
Loch Arbor - / -
Loch Arbor,Darlington,Deal 1 / -
Long Branch 5 / -
Manasquan Inlet 13 / -
Mantoloking 3 / -
Margate Pier 3 / -
Margate-Iroquois, Huntingdon Ave. 1 / -
Metros - / -
Middlesex - / -
Midway Beach 6 / -
Monmouth beach 10 / -
Normandy Beach - 7th Street 6 / -
North St. 6 / -
North Wildwood 1 / -
Nuns beach 7 / -
Ocean City - 14th 15th St 4 / -
Ocean City - 1st Catamaran 7 / -
Ocean City - 37th St - / -
Ocean City - 7th Street 9 / -
Ocean City - 8th Street 1 / -
Ocean Lane, Deal - / -
Pavilion Ave, Long Branch 1 / -
Pennas 2 / -
Phillips Pump House - / -
Pipes 1 / -
Point Lookout - / -
Porkrolls 1 / -
Poverty Beach 10 / -
Princeton Ave. - / -
Riddle Way 1 / -
Rockies - / -
Samastian - / -
Sands 5 / -
Sandy Hook The Cove 5 / -
Sea Bright - / -
Sea Isle City 48th St. 8 / -
Seacrest Drive - / -
Seagrit Private Beach 1 / -
Seaside Park 4 / -
Seaside Park, NJ - / -
Seaspray 1 / -
Second Street - / -
Seven Presidents - / -
Sherman Ave. 2 / -
Sholes - / -
Silver Beach 5 / -
Spray Beach 1 / -
Spring Lake 8 / -
St Phillip's 1 / -
Stockon Beach 2 / -
Stone Harbor 110 3 / -
Strathmere, 7th street 3 / -
Sunset Beach 3 / -
The Box - / -
The Cove, Cape May 4 / -
The Cove, Sandy Hook 1 / -
The Jetty - / -
The Pit 3 / -
Tices Sholls - / -
Townsends Inlet - / -
Trestles 5 / -
TwentySevens - / -
Under the Bridge - / -
Ventnor Pier 8 / -
Villas bay - Ohio ave - / -
Waverly 2 / -
Wildwood 2nd Street - / -
Wooden Jetty 2 / -
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Long Branch
By KMurph609
Oct 11, 2009
First Long Branch -
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Bay Head
By rick150
Apr 9, 2009
- this is my local spot but its not the best most of the time, a couple of summers ago it was goin off!  it was like 8 feett bueatiful a-frames everywhere. supers-ketchy and super-fun
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St Phillip's
By SRBisPhishin2
Jan 27, 2009
Look at that..... - THis spot can be EPIC!!! and treacherous-not for the faint of heart.  Beware of Giant rocks and sweeping currents.  The wave looks amazing to surf but hard to get to
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Asbury Park
By stokamike
Nov 21, 2007
Quick one pre-thanksgiving - Went out with Mel. Big and sloppy. Got to practice my drop-ins and that is all because they were closing out.
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By Shawn , 03-05-2009

Moving to D.C. - Leaving my home break in SF, and it looks like Ocean City NJ is my closest spot to surf. Any thing I should know about surfing in NJ; an example - when you surf in LA you wear black or get ur ass pounded. How long do I need to sit on the shoulder before I take a wave. I'm assuming the pecking order is paddle boarder - boogie boarder - long boarder - body surfer and Short boarder at the top. Will my CA plates get me waxed? If I get hassled should I punch the dude or walk away? Are the hot wings really better on the east coast?

By vinnie , 01-03-2008

the cove - was just at the cove last weekend took the dogs down waves were 3-4ft beach was dirty as hell lol

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By Anonymous , 27-05-2007

Good East Coast Board - I am moving to NYC from california and am trying to decide what board to bring out there. I don't have space to bring all of my boards...any suggestions on what people generally surf out there?...I am totally clueless! I have a Flyer II that I would love to use as my main board but it is really horrible for mushy waves.

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