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History-rich Massachusetts has by far the largest population of any New England state, and a fair number of worthwhile breaks along its crooked-finger mainland and offshore islands, but the surf scene here is nonetheless small and insular. Massachusetts can be broken into four surfing regions: 1) North of Boston, primarily around Cape Ann and Gloucester, offers a series of beachbreaks and cobble...

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