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Latitude: 27° 31.967' N
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dont park in house's grass, lots of ticket-hungry coppers.
Breaks good on hurricane swells with a light wind. and the day after a big cold front sweeps through. This place usually has a strong drift. There has been some serious shark attacks in the area recently.
can break decent at times but tends to be mushy.
By Anonymous , 16-11-2009
Per local: Don't mess around here! - As a local to this break for more than 15years, I can tell you it is a reat wave and we locals are very easy to deal with, IF you respect the basic rules! You can be a retard and drop in on people at your home break but you try that shit here and you will leave with a broken board and most likely a busted face! This spot has gotten soooo crowded and that is typical of a good wave spot, but that doesn't mean it's anarchy! Take your turn, be respectful, don't snake people and you'll get along just fine and have plenty of fun. If not, I'd advise surfing somewhere else and skip the trip to the hospital.
By Anonymous , 30-07-2008
- if the locals are such bad asses they should control the spot and not let a bunch of dweebs steal their waves
By Anonymous , 15-07-2008
Wake-up - T.D. needs to quit giving out surf reports from beach street. Joe Web and Mark Brado rule that spot and the old school guys need to take back control. Good thing I left there years ago, but it was a great wave at one time. Aloha
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