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Latitude: 50° 36.387' N
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Walk round to the left of the car park and paddle out under the cliff (Long Paddle to the Peak!)
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
Lefts are longer but less powerful, rights are hollower and more pwerful but take you into the big set impact zone as well as the long rip which goes right and can be a paddle out nightmare!
Mostly older longboarders catching their waves way outside which can be annoying on a shortboard, usually when "the bench" gets good they all go over there leaving it relatively crowd free at "the ledges".
All in all this is a classic spot that, when its on, IS ON! Very hard to tell what the swell will be doing until you actually pull up in the car park as tides and swell direction affect the break a lot, oh yeah with a BIG swell and and BIG tide, dont swallow too much water as the sewage is not only visible but you can smell it too!
By Anonymous , 31-01-2009
mmmmmm k bay - drive for three hours to get to a cold univiting two foot on shore reef witha load of english spongers and fat kooks on mals dropping in and goat boaters.. think ill move over there and set up a surf shop in the witterings ....i cant wait
By Anonymous , 24-10-2008
baz - is anyone else fed up with ignorant git Dave Wait dropping in on everyone. He may have surfed for many years but why does he persist in being ridiculously grumpy and having no consideration for others thinking he has the right to drop in on everyone
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