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Yes Mark…..only you guys get south wind swells…this showed up the same size from Delmarva north through South Jersey and was actually a little unique in that it moved off south of you guys with moderate SSE fetch as opposed to the typical SSW.
Nova Scotia got this system… Tubes for miles!
We got the tail end of that system in the maritimes and it was glassy 4-5ft for 2 days..alotta new sandbars popped up. Still soakin the stoke in!
If only we would get a swell this pretty in south florida…
Sick!!! I’m Moving.
I surfed Ny 8 winters. I understand. Appears to be windy closeouts.
We get the best of both worlds!!! North swells and South swells. This spot always barrells hard, just ask Jesse Hines. He broke his leg here. Just another low front. The rest of the east coast would not understand.
East coast power. Thanks for the session guys.
also…. Lusk is right, this wasn’t a “late season storm”, just an average south swell. actually, pretty much a weekly storm during La Nina.
just a lil south windswell..not a late season storm
Looks far from perfect. donboy is right, you guys are hardcore.
you guys are hard core
Photo #9 is Crew Hayes…. Not Ryan.