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Connecticut can hardly be thought of as a surfing state, as all but the easternmost edge of its 220-mile harbor-and bay-studded coastline is blocked by New York's Long Island. Giant hurricane-generated swells, however, will sometimes enter the mouth of Long Island Sound in late summer or early fall and produce small, easygoing sandbar waves near the towns of Groton, New London, and Mystic. John ...

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