Tag: surfing

Hurricane Larry Swell in Jersey

Hurricane Larry was a big, beast of a storm. In NJ, the buoys were picking up 15-16 second swell–some unprecedented numbers for this side of the Atlantic Ocean. For this reason, many were worried about Larry’s long period swell and what it might look like once it reached Jersey’s fickle beach breaks. Due to this […]

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On Ray in NJ

Fuck Surfline man. 6-10 foot is a heavy claim for some of the most notable swell magnets on planet Earth. So, when a respected surf forecast application stands behind such a claim–the resulting expectations are pretty high. By August 22nd, 2021 surfers from NJ and along the East Coast had already sampled waves from the […]

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The Land of Lefts

I received a loud voicemail just about a week before boarding an international flight to San Jose, Costa Rica from Atlantic City, New Jersey. It went like this: “Fuuck yeah buddy! Yo it’s Andy yo. Uh, you gotta come to Pavones. Call me back, uh, whenever.” For little more than a week, Mr. Schussler had […]

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Summer in 35mm: “Lockdown” Mode

Yesterday at the skatepark, some kid said, “What’s up Bro?” I said, “Howyadoin?” He said, “You ain’t from Jersey. Are you from New York?” I must be pretty good, I thought. In other news, there’s a sweet gallery of photos available for viewing and user download below. Summer 2020 in 35mm B/W seems eerily fitting […]

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Mason Ho Has the Best Vlog in All of Surfing

Watching Mason Ho surf is bound to just make you smile. In his most recent video, we see Mason testing new fins in a variety of conditions. “They look like they’d be fast,” said Mason–tapping and caressing the fins. The rest of his video is just pure surfing paired with his mom’s Hendrix collection. Mason, […]

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May 2020 Opens with Waves

Up until this point, URN Surf Co. and Rambler Surf Magazine have quit sharing live updates and timely photos of waves during the COVID Quarantine / Lockdown. This was in an effort to draw less attention to beaches that were in danger of being shut down. However, as NJ and the rest of America take […]

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Vote Today: RSM’s East Coast Board Builders Roundup

We’ve been wanting to increase our coverage of East Coast board builders for a while now. So, in that spirit we’re holding a voting period to determine who RSM will cover in our next print issue. Using initial suggestions and some of our own research, we chose board makers from up and down the East […]

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RAMBLER RELEASE PARTY: VOL. 2 ISSUE 3

Last weekend, the only American East Coast surf publication in print debuted the magazine‚Äôs latest edition. Saturday, February 22, 2020 was another Rambler Release party for the books. RSM Vol. 2 Issue 3 was officially unveiled to a supportive crowd at the Asbury Park Yacht Club. Party goers came from their local Monmouth County, NJ dwellings, from nearby cities like Philadelphia & […]

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DJ Surfology’s Year in Review

2019 had some tubes. As I sit here hoping for a 1.9 ft 7sec swell to longboard in the morning, it seems 2020 is off to a slow start. Mr. Latch recounted 2019’s flavor and energy in this here short YouTube film above. Blending clips of 2019’s bodyboard tubes and fishy jives, DJ Surfology mixes […]

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Surfing New Year’s Eve in NJ

2019 would not go quietly into the night! On the very last day of the year (as well as the decade) surfers received a combo swell chock full of East, with subtle South to back it up. The resulting surf wasn’t huge in most locations. However, a few areas received some overhead tube opportunities. For […]

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