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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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yo - taking road trip down nj coast. any good spots to recommend
its there - there is a part of the jetty out there. i took a lip to the side, fell, hit something hard with my hand, and when i came i had to pull a chunk of wood out of my palm. proof enough.
ehhh - im probly gona try out that spot this summer it sounds nicee
Holgate - this sport needs to stay on DL. Many poor surfers get in the way, but it is where a lot of people go when lifeguards take up rest of the beach. There is something under the water becasue sometimes you'll see many bubbles come up from where the jetty was. One time i fell and i thought iu hit something. Nontheless, this spot rules.
- There might be I dont no. I was out there and there were like peices of wood floating around and stuff so it could be broken up.
By steve a
- agreed about keepin the spot on the dl. but isn't the point of wannasurf.com to expose breaks for everyone to enjoy? plus, the best times i've seen nelson are from like 430am-8 or 9am. it's beautiful, empty, and glassy. so no one but the loyal are out there anyway. with lbi's crowded summers, it's impossible to avoid people at any break on the island during lifeguard hours. i've got a question for those who surf this spot all the time. right on nelson ave, there's that rock jetty. to the left there is a wooden jetty that is probably half gone. on a lot of days, a nice wave breaks off the end of where that jetty used to be. i've been on that wave several times but occasionally at low tide water swirls right where the wave crests. the question is: does anyone know if there's still a significant part of the jetty that is exposed causing a safety hazard right where the wave breaks? my buddy i surf with swears he hit it once. let me know guys.
- why dont u guys stop telling where the damn place is it is going to get more crowded then it already is
By 5th Street Crew
Gone - As of February 4th 2005 the entire beach known to us as "Leeward" beach is gone. The noreasters and strong swells have eaten away at the already fading beach and now the waves are breaking on houses especially the dunes and that one house with the sea wall. Wait for spring to see if they manage to replenish the beach, but it is gone as we know it, can't surf it either because there is a ninteenth century barge shipwrecked underneath the sands, not a good choice if you want to live.
to steve - yeah man this spot rocks but their is a different street name for the next jetty down from the oak then after that street we have nelson were the parking lot is
By steve a
nelson - finally this spot is reckognized. seems to always have something rideable. all of you up at holyoke are missin out. very unpacked during all seasons, hope it stays that way.
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