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Put some good walking shoes on and a bullet proof vest. Must be mischevious and fast. Watch for trains, and listen for automobiles.
Easy to find?
Good day length
Good swell direction
Good wind direction
Swell sizeStarts working at and holds up to
Best tide position
Best tide movement
On a good swell the right will take you far in, so be ready for some good paddles. Pick up some trash when your there.
Watch for residents of the ranch, you will be fine once your in the water. Pick up some trash before you leave. Oh ya the cows own the trails.
By michael2901 , 19-11-2011
- @ Surfman 1977. Good! You are absolutly right, That place SUCKS... Stay on the lower ranch.
By surfman1977 , 18-11-2011
not sure about this - I have been to the ranch several times to surf. each time i have been there governments has been either small and boring or big and super mushy and unorganized, while other spots close by will have fun waves. this spot never impressed me much.
By Anonymous , 15-07-2011
hiking into the ranch.... to gov point - hey i am thinking about hiking into the ranch for the first time, i heard it's an easy one from goleta to razors in the winter when the swell is on, but how about from jalama to gov point? Anyone done it recently? would do so in the dawn and pack up at night. how is security? would i get screwed... can't get screwed... i heard from the railroad tracks there is a road alongside that takes you all the way there. any advice?
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