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, 19 Sep
consistent - when everywhere else is small, theres more size here
Zimbo - I remember when they built the North Jetty. I remember you could here the rocks hit when the crane dropped them while you were surfing the pier. Harbor was crystal clear, we used to snorkel in it. Sad to hear bout the pollution now.
By The Chief of Marine Safety
N Zed '76 - I haven't seen that many great whites since prawn trawling the south end of the Great Barrier reef in OZ in the early eighties. And since the Boulevard has shut down due to lack of sand there are at least twice as many snake sightings . . . especially that guy on the yellow DT egg, the one locals call "the Snake Charmer."
By Carlos Castaneda Art of Dreaming/Surfing
sharks yes...... - 3 weeks ago there were dead seal carcasses litering the beach. I saw one of them get pitched in the air by what appeared to be a shark about 20 feet away from the North Jetty. Spot has become heavily localized by takayama longboard crew. Beware......
???? - nobody achors a boat at the harbor...and there are rarely any sharks here...
By Aaron Cormican
Shaka . . . Gnarly! - If you're trying to go on one of those sick rights at the harbor watch out for Oceanside Omar, he loves those TJ milk trucks, if you know what I mean.
yea big sharks - yea big sharks ...some call em locals. but most people are cool and can surf. in general this place doesn't get surf. go to the pier.
Great spot - This place can go off..and of course therre are lots of big great white sharks here, in fact some kid got eaten right before XMAS..
By LJ Bunny
OMG!!! - This beach is very populated!!!! There is trash floating around in the water. The water is also very murky and dirty from the boats dropping at the harbor entry. The waves are great...nice form and power. There are also pretty strong currents...so pay attention.
The goods - rivermouth is best after real heavy rains especially when you see tree and brush debree on shore.summer north jetty left at high tide known as the "high tide arena" (just wait on a good 190* swell and watch the left wall dissapear) PS remember that every boat that comes in usually dumps they're poop right before they enter the harbor. Ear plugs and nose plug should be used for sinus senitive people.
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