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The rockbound coast of Maine, America's northeasternmost state—famous for its lobster, light-houses, and tiny fishing villages—is home to dozens of temperamental surf breaks and a small but dedicated community of surfers. Maine's jagged 228-mile shoreline is filled with peninsulas, points, coves, and rivermouths, many of which contain surf spots that remain either uncharted or unexposed—especially...

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