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go to the coffin bay national park head out to point avoid u can see the break about 5 or 600 meters offshore it out towards the outer islands u will need a boat or ski to get to it tho and get u out , watch for sharks theres bloody big 1ns around like 6 meter whites but ona good day it isa killer wave it gets big 2 like 20 30 foot in the right conditions if ur not game go an watch tha local pros do there stuff jus need binoculars, if u surf this break good luck to ya an keep ur eyes open, wear a 4 mm wettie
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need to be quick to the feet or you ill eat shit!!Regarded as a semi-secret spot,the sign post is regularly ripped out by the guys who want it to stay a locals-only spot.Great wave,on a low swell.Have had MANY great sessions with a great vibe nearly always in the line-up.
By ex lincoln local , 09-07-2010
what goes around comes around! - Word has filtered out that a couple of wannabe young enforcers have been waxing cars in the Flatties carpark. As a former local I have a pretty good idea who these guys are, and they aren't the best surfers going around.. funny that! These guys should look at blokes like Frosty who rip and know how to act, in and out of the water
By alytat4 , 27-03-2010
Flatrock solo sess - You can still score this break uncrowded, very uncrowded. I surfed it 3 days a go alone for close to 3 hours. Well, there were no other humans in the line up. It was only 4 ft but bloody perfect. You just got to know when to go and when to stay.
By Anonymous , 23-03-2009
STUPIDLY SHARKY!! - You are an absolute idiot if you surf out here, everyone that lives on EP knows that this area is THE sharkiest close to shore.. sightings of HUGE white pointers close to the reef by fishermen are extremely common, just last Chris from the Gascatch in Port Lincoln witnessed a MASSIVE white pointer slaughter a huge seal not more than 20 metres from the take off spot, it would be tragic if someone was eaten here.. YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED!
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