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Oregon's ruggedly beautiful 300-mile redwood-lined coast contains a small number of first-rate surf spots and dozens of other serviceable breaks, all frequently made unridable by high winds, gigantic waves, and land-bound North Pacific storms. Fall is the best season for surfing in Oregon, as the skies are often clear and wind-free, while early season storms in the Gulf of Alaska regularly produ...

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