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Teiki Mathieu Baillan surfing a self-made Alaya surfboard in Macaroni, Mentawaï, Indonesia. Photo by C. Naslain, 2009.

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 Waimamaku beach

New Zealand, New Zealand NI, NW Coast

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drive by car or 4wd. 4wd will get down past rocks .Very long walk from carpark. cross the river and then you have the beach break further down the beach a few k/m is a dozen reef breaks hollow and big need a 6 ft swell [solid] before it starts to break rights and lefts.

English (Translate this text in English): drive by car or 4wd. 4wd will get down past rocks .Very long walk from carpark. cross the river and then you have the beach break further down the beach a few k/m is a dozen reef breaks hollow and big need a 6 ft swell [solid] before it starts to break rights and lefts.

English (Translate this text in English): drive by car or 4wd. 4wd will get down past rocks .Very long walk from carpark. cross the river and then you have the beach break further down the beach a few k/m is a dozen reef breaks hollow and big need a 6 ft swell [solid] before it starts to break rights and lefts.

English (Translate this text in English): drive by car or 4wd. 4wd will get down past rocks .Very long walk from carpark. cross the river and then you have the beach break further down the beach a few k/m is a dozen reef breaks hollow and big need a 6 ft swell [solid] before it starts to break rights and lefts.

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must be a confident surfer very bad rips an undertows and say hello to the freindly locals even if they are big an ugly

English (Translate this text in English): must be a confident surfer very bad rips an undertows and say hello to the freindly locals even if they are big an ugly

English (Translate this text in English): must be a confident surfer very bad rips an undertows and say hello to the freindly locals even if they are big an ugly

English (Translate this text in English): must be a confident surfer very bad rips an undertows and say hello to the freindly locals even if they are big an ugly

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deserted

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goes off when its good

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English (Translate this text in English): goes off when its good

English (Translate this text in English): goes off when its good

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By Anonymous , 07-06-2009

Waimamaku beach and reefs - Isolated pieace of coast your out on your own out here. Need to be there at high tide or not at all. At 1.5m sw swell the beach will be 4ft plus.Very fast powerful waves which can give long rides if you find a good bank. We found some good banks just as you start to reach the rock walking south from the river where you park (about half n hour walk).You want clean glassy swell and offshores. Tried to surf the points but think tide was to low or needs a bigger swell or probably both.chur

By boom! , 25-06-2006

chur - if you left your gears in the car at the end of the road, forget you even owned them..

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