Surfers on the East Coast of the US will have been feeling blessed over the last couple of weeks. And that ain't about to change. Non-stop storm activity has kept the coast alight — first there was TC10, clean and unthreatening before Hurricane Irma which you already know all about. And right now, Jose's taking its turn to sculpt peaks over sand.
So, what do you do when your in the midst of such a run of swell? Stick to old faithful, your ever reliable selection of sandbars, or add a little spice by searching for something new?
Well, if you're New York's big wave charger Will Skudin, chances are it takes something a little special to excite you. That's why he and TJ Gumiela, with photographer James Parascandola in tow, used all the resources available to them to hunt a rarely surfed offshore point.
"It's always fun mixing it up when it comes to Hurricane season," Will Skudin tells MSW. "The same jetty over and over gets old quick. We got super lucky and scored an Indo point in our backyard. It just happens to be a mile out to sea..."