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mission down surging reef ledge after trek through scrub
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Swell sizeStarts working at and holds up to
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make sure of yourself as one wrong move and you'll be coggened
the heavy wave and the fact of going it by yourself is something not done much these days
By Anonymous , 01-09-2009
dont bother - dont bother going to this spot, its the biggest trek for a break that hardly works. i stayed down that way for 2 month, and made the anoying trip and long arguous bushwalk to check it most days and not once was it working, so many better spots that are easier to find like guillos and bawley point. dont bother, coggens isnt worth it
By Anonymous , 20-08-2009
yew - its not a long walk through the scrub, or hard to find haha. its probaly one of the easiest waves to find on the south coast. but you wont get crowds out there because of how gnarly it is! breaks 15 metres from ledge and is the roundest wave i have ever seen.
By Anonymous , 13-10-2008
- i agree ive bein surfing this wave for a good year im a gromet the one and the most important thing is respect for the locals young or old and you will just leave with thorts of great day with the best swell yewwwww
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