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Josh Moody – Monroe Surf Co. | maine project

Josh Moody – Monroe Surf Co.

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Josh Moody, surfer, surfboard shaper and owner of Monroe Surf Co. Josh started building boards out of a need for a surfboard that he could have fun on without his only option being a longboard. Josh built a few boards for himself and a few friends to surf, then after a trip to California and gaining some insight to the craft from Terry Senate, he came back to Maine and went full on shaping and glassing surfboards.
Josh being a Jack of all trades, built his log home on a piece of land in Monroe, Maine with a chainsaw using local cedar and reclaimed materials. It is on this same land that he built his shape shack where he pursues his goal of helping people have more fun in the water by building them custom surfboards. It’s evident in Josh’s persona that he has the drive and determination to make things happen, and that has lead to him building surfboards in the quiet Midcoast town of Monroe.
Along with building boards, Josh spends plenty of time in the cold Atlantic waters of Maine. He is constantly on the search up and down the rugged Maine coast exploring the nooks and crannies in search of waves. He puts in the work and it’s paying off for him, he’s created a living out of doing what he loves most.

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5 Responses to Josh Moody – Monroe Surf Co.

  1. Hawaiian Ryan December 15, 2012 at 6:23 pm #

    This is a beautiful story! Love the photos

  2. Lee December 15, 2012 at 6:24 pm #

    Josh Moody is living the dream doing what he loves and creating art in a cabin in Maine with his awesome wife Jackie…fucking rad! Cant wait for my next surf trip home.

  3. Nate Burman December 18, 2012 at 10:22 am #

    What a bitchin article!! Great photos and video!!! Josh helped me shape one of the best boards I’ve ever owned!
    Josh is a great teacher ,Shaper and friend! Cant wait to shape another.board.

  4. Kevin Strong June 24, 2013 at 11:45 am #

    Nice piece, again, from Corey and the MAINE PROJECT. Josh…see you in the waves soon. Nice running into you at the Surf Day Party at Black Point Surf Shop. Stay cool. K

    • admin June 28, 2013 at 9:19 pm #

      Thanks Kevin! You’ve been a great supporter of maine project. Keep up the great work with Dunk the Junk!

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