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Teiki Mathieu Baillan surfing a self-made Alaia surfboard in Lances Left, Mentawaï, Indonesia. Photo by C. Naslain, 2009.

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 Rinconcito

Mexico, Baja Norte

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By Find another spot. , 11-11-2003

This place breaks????? - Been there a couple of times, I don't think that it broke over 1 foot, while other place were breaking overhead. I would not suggest this place if you want to surf, camping is good. No surf though.

By Chopper , 01-10-2003

Go visit Al at Camalu - An old retired white dude that lives in the house just north of that unfinished hotel on the point. Al will talk to you for hours after he feeds you one of his Pot Brownies. Been there 5 or 6 times but was only breaking once about 2 feet. Take Al some pro football magazines and he'll be stoked!!

By le pua'a , 24-09-2003

freighters? - The rotting hull should indicate that this foto is of freighters or shipwrecks. I think the text speaks of a place i call pta camalu which is a handy spot to camp not too far off the Hwy but one ive never surfed cause every time im driving south its super micro. Ill post a better foto of the spot showing potential with abt 6in. sets.

By Philip , 23-09-2003

That photo is not Rinconcito! - This site is run by kooks!!

By damian.white@fctcpac.navy.mil , 17-06-2003

no mames cabron - worse than san quintin? chinge su madre that's bad......

By anonymous , 22-05-2003

muy fickle - We left La Fonda on a 6'-8'west swell and scored this place 1'-2'

By anonymous , 22-03-2003

enormo - Fickle spot. Sketchy area. Way worse than San Quintin, if you can believe that.

By anonymous , 19-02-2003

no title - a pretty darn epic looking point - a little soft.
Waves are long and fun but the problem lies in the fact that your car is parked 100'+ up on a cliff. Take down anything you value because your car is far away. You need to crawl over boulders and cobbles and then scale the cliff to get back to your car - about 15-20 minutes.

By anonymous , 03-03-2002

locals are dangerous - this is were they send people who get caught crossing the border very dangerous people.

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