We're all still amping from this last swell! On Tuesday December 9th the entire Eastern seaboard got a heavy Nor'easter that produced waves into the overhead range. Most breaks in NJ were out of control and didn't clean up, but a few spots were offshore, including most of Long Island. Thick, fast, dredging barrels dominated Tuesday, as Wednesday eventually turned offshore for the more exposed half of the state. Some say this was one of the best swell's we've had all fall. For those that had a chance to pull off double surf sessions between the two days...We salute you!