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Latitude: 34° 1.965' N
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Extremely crowded, absolutely no ettiquette. Be prepared to be dropped in on 10 million times. You can bring any board here... although the 1st point is the most forgiving of the breaks and I prefer to call it the "kiddie pool." The real breaks here are 3rd point and 2nd point. It's a faster take off, and can get sectiony. Best if you know how to pump your board.
It's a good spot.. especially in summer time. I just don't like the crowds. I also get sick of how many people tell me I brought too small of a board because I ride a 5'11" and 6'0" to the BU, and I do just fine. Honestly, a longboard is best for a ankle high, windswell wave.
By Anonymous , 21-09-2011
MY NEMESIS - Who is the guy with the really fat face and ponytail? He often rides a huge paddleboard on small days and takes every other wave. He is my nemesis. GOD HOW I HATE HIM!!!
By sean854j , 27-10-2010
Malibu Beach - Great
By Anonymous , 11-09-2010
New from San Diego - Just moved up from SD, reading some pretty negative vibes about the Malibu surf scene, was hoping to see for myself mañana, any suggestions on a good spot?
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