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Right before Humewood beach. Have to go down steps to get to it. The other side of the pier. Big rock in front of it.
Easy to find?
Good day length
Good swell direction, ,
Good wind direction, ,
Swell sizeStarts working at and holds up to
Best tide position
Best tide movement
I have spent a fair amount of time at this spot. It has been twenty years now but I imagine it still works, maybe someone has an update seen as fence, Millars and Avalanche seem the same.
I can tell you that it can hold a 10'- 12'wave, I have seen it during the storm of '80 but it needs a huge swell to attain this size, the wave then is world class.
There are pics of this spot in a 1980 Zigzag magazine at 10'+ if you can find one.
Locals used to be friendly unless you are obnoxious!
I hope someone can add to this with a more modern update and some pics as I live in the States now.
By pubes , 24-12-2006
gebakte boontjies - i think that the construction of the pier altered the form of this wave slightly. it still breaks in a big ground swell and usually less crowded than the other spots. i find that i seem to wait longer for the sets to come in aswell.
By CABlack , 20-07-2005
Baked Beans in a can - This spot still works from time to time, it tends however to be a slow wave compared to other spots around PE like Avo's and Noordhoek, However, it does have a good wave every now and again and usually not crowded, when the swell is working and it's between tides, its deff worth a look.
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