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Hi,

are there any good spots and active kiters in NH? So far, I've always been to Nahant when the wind was good but it's always such a long ride down there and I'm looking for something more local. How about the seacoast area? Is anyone kiting there and are there any flatwater spots in NH?

Fabi

 

 

 

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There is a group that rides in that area, Seabrook , Hampton, Hampton harbor and more. 

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  • FabiCore

    Thanks for your response. Do you know what wind directions are good for Hampton harbor and where the launching spot is? Also, is there a groupme chat or so? I would love to know when people are going out.

     

     

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  • MK SESSION POACHING  is the groupme name.....

    Hampton harbor spot is south side of bridge I believe and should be good with anything with WEST in it. Ocean side I would think anything with East would work. But confirm with locals

     

     

     

     

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  • FabiCore

    Could you please add me to the group? Can you share the link or do you need my email address?

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  • Noah Williams

    The tidal break mid-tide is swift and dangerous at the mouth of the Merrimack. All the tidal marshes and the river flow out and hit the Atlantic in a whole mess of breakwater next to the jetty; I would not advise kiting, especially during the tidal break. Note the coast guard museum right in Newburyport harbor. 

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  • Mainekite

    Took a ride down to Salisbury today, went to the boat launch at the state reservation. High tide. That whole area, mouth of the Merrimac I think looks like an awesome place to kite. Any info thoughts would be greatly appreciated

    I would like to get on that NH group if possible as well

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  • Crabnebula

    Check out Biddeford pool!!! Parking is weird but man low water levels and things are good

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