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Go offer the coronado brige and head to north island If you are millitary just show the gard your card and head to the beach (thier is only one beach). If you aren't you can try to paddle thier from the public beach, If you get shot its not my falt. This is Kind of a secret spot for surfer's but for some resen thier are tons of sun bathers everywere. On your tipical day hear you will only see me and mabe 1 lifegard out surfing when this spot gets epic thier may be 5 others guys out. When you come look for the little tan boy(me) I am out hear every day in the summer.
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The best surf Is about 50 feet south of the tower.
When you are out thier alone you get this felling of freedom to surf whatever you want. when a set comes sometimes you just want to watch the beuty of the perfict wave and all of mother ocean insted of surfing it.
The best spot I have ever surfed and I just seem to get better and better the more I surf It. I will surf I for the rest of my life.
By Anonymous , 28-07-2010
- The spot is a beach break, yea that and almost half of southern california. How does it make this a surfspot. The only worthwhile beach break in San Diego is Blacks Beach. Yea sandbars can make mediocre form from time to time elsewhere. But surfing sand and closeouts is not worth my time. Closeouts like that are for groms and nut draggers.
By Anonymous , 12-08-2008
- I wish this spot wasnt posted. If you do paddle over be respectfull because us who live here on base and surf this spot everyday kind of claim it as our own.
By Big Prokamzi , 20-01-2008
If u pay attention 2 details here u will get@the facts. - 1st of all the author is a little tan boy named Matty, he's short enough to squeak past the radar on the base. 2nd fact is that anyone who's ever wasted time checking this perpetually closed-out shore-pound knows it only pounds sand & little else. 3rdly & last of all just look at how the photos where taken with a pix-phone, coz u can get excellent close-ups of the average tiny day - from the wet hard-pack sand by the ankle-slapping breakers - right on the beach there. Note: these shots were taken by this military brat's Mom b-4 going to the Outlet down the street 2 p/u little Matty some bak-2-school XSM surf-wear bargain/closeouts@up 2 50% less!
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