|Find the best surf spots||
Ha California... Three major Areas:
Northern California: from Del Norte to Marin Counties. Wild and Cold, hard weather, white sharks, big unsurfable groundswells. The land of the hardcore surfers.
Central California: Still hard weather, beautiful coastline, far more options to surf. It's the perfect land for searchers. Prepare your quiver from the beachbreak shortboard to the Maverick gun. Central California is wild, Central California is beautiful, Central California is surfable...
South California: The modern surf area. Always somewhere to surf. Frequency but lack of consistency. Good weather, fun waves, crowds: the place where you need to be !
Seasonal swell & wind variations:
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|Zones (14)||Surf Spots||Sub zones|
|San Luis Obispo||29||0|
|San Diego County||114||0|
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By Bruno , 27-02-2013
Good surf shop in the Santa Cruz area - I'm looking for a good surf shop in the Santa Cruz area to buy a Surftech board, any advice? Thanks!
By jaxon , 11-07-2011
depends - on where you go. L.A. area only gets trunkable in Aug. Anywhere north of that is gonna be some sort of wetsuit year round. Anything north of Santa Barbara is most likely 4/3 full suit year round.
By irishsurfer102 , 10-07-2009
wetsuit or boardies?? - ill be travelling to california soon and was wondering if the water was warm enough to wear boardies
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