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Northern Maine« on: September 06 2005 21:09:00 »
Does anyone know of any surf spots in Northern Maine, like North of Portland. I know of a few from one book I have but I was thinking of chartering a boat and going to check it out. Has anyone heard any rumors of killer waves up in Northern Maine? Im hoping to find a new pipeline up there.
RE: Northern Maine« Reply #2 on: September 12 2005 17:09:00 »
Nope, no waves north of portland. Actually there's tons and if you want to explore count me in.
RE: Northern Maine« Reply #3 on: September 12 2005 19:09:00 »
We are 2 surfers from Quebec, Canada. If you are looking for people to charter a boat , let us know. I could also do a photo coverage for Naphte Magazine.
RE: Northern Maine« Reply #4 on: September 14 2005 16:09:00 »
there are ctually no waves north of portland! i've checked everywhere!
RE: Northern Maine« Reply #5 on: September 26 2005 10:09:00 »
NO waves in maine try somewhere else
RE: Northern Maine« Reply #6 on: October 10 2005 14:10:00 »
Yo sukka,Iam a masshole looking to show you how to surf the barrel. just bought some land in franklin. Theres no stopping me Ill find the spots and steal your hoes.
RE: Northern Maine« Reply #7 on: November 13 2005 11:11:00 »
Go just north of Maine to Prince Edward Island and the water is warmer in the summer than in Maine (i dont know why but it is) and you can get some great surf on the easten side. Nothing pipeline sized but its not uncommon to see chest high
RE: Northern Maine« Reply #8 on: December 07 2005 16:12:00 »
If you know where to look there's geeat surfing. Try Popam beach or reid state park near bath, also try small point- all are on the same road. access is hard as all are private property. there is also a break called Dumps which is located across from an abandoned church on the road- hint look for two stone driveway markers- good in the spring and fall- again tread lightly as loclas will tow cars. Further north supposedly there are spots in Acadia natl park. or try Nova scotia. Give me a shout if you need more info.
RE: Northern Maine« Reply #9 on: December 28 2005 00:12:00 »
hahaha your sending thes people on a wild goose chase, theres no waves north of portland, the ocean bottom kills the swell.