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The second-smallest state in America after Rhode Island, with the second-smallest coastline (28 miles) and a minuscule surfer population (about 500), Delaware has understandably been overlooked by the larger surf world since the sport was introduced here in the early '60s. Wedged between Maryland and Pennsylvania, as surf journalist Peter Interland put it, "Delaware is just a blip on the horizon,"...

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