New Hampshire only has 17 miles (?kms) of coastline, but it's probably the most action packed stretch of surf on the whole East Coast. The Wall is a super consistent and powerful beachbreak, but it's the surrounding reefs that are the real challenge. The concentration of rock-bottomed breaks makes it possible for experienced surfers to ride a range of wave types from walled-up right points to hollow left reefs, with or without some company.
Summer can be a bummer for any sizable swell, but winter will always throw up some heavy lines for the small crew of big wave junkies. Wave size may be less consistent than the frequent offshore winds of spring and fall, but there are sure to be a few classy days during these months.