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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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"Plenty of waves." - I grew up surfing Kodiak. Mill Bay Beach is great for beginners the only local youll see there are the seals. Although winter time can make the place epic. But, anything over 8 ft. will close it out. When its closing in Mill Bay there are spots that are just epic such place like Trespass, Pillar Creek, Spruce and oh yeah Boneyards. Have a happy hunting. I would be there right now, but the war with "Operation Enduring Freedom" is keeping me here in this no surf land. Soon ill be home.
Loco boyz - Yeah, the locals call them Great Whites or Killer Whales who are roaming the beach. Best time to surf is when the localz are just done with eating. Good luck....
Localism in the unlocalized spot - Dude i dunno..my friends are about my age (17 and 18) and they have been sayin some older guys like mid 20's have been complete dicks when they are out at like Boneyards and Mill Bay...maybe Coast Guard guys..
:)happy surfer:) - there would be heaps of realy good uncrowded waves in alaska but to hard to get to or just people cant be bothered getting a dry suit to surf in alaska so if u can be bothered enjoy the waves:)
aarrrghh - well i've been surfing the mill for most of my life. i moved up here after the great earthquake destroyed my home in san fran, then all the gays moved in and it just went to hell. anyhoo, surfing in alaska does present it's challenges. for instance, before you paddleout it's a good idea to slather a healthy amount of whale blubber on your body before you put on your dry suit. then me and the boys break out those heat packs and stuff them in there. (in the old days we'd build a fire on the beach and heat beach stones in the embers and use those as heat packs, still a bit nostalgic to stuff a heated stone down next to the family jewels). after your sufficiently protected against the elements, just charge it. don't worry about dropping in on the locals, you'll have the whole place to yourself anyway.
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