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Paddle out past the sandy point to the left where the creek opens up. There is a fairly wide sand bar off the point where the break begins.
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Alternative name chesapeake bay
Good day length
Good swell direction
Good wind direction
Swell sizeStarts working at and holds up to
Best tide position
Best tide movement
Watch out for fisherman. They get aggressive during the rockfish season.
This spot can really go off with the right boat wake, wind and tide. There might be some tough locals because it is the only good break in the area but they usually back down if you can hold your own. This break uaually provides long lefts but if you go to far you might get run over by a jet ski or a sail boat.
Fast and Hollow.
By Anonymous , 11-06-2007
SANDY POINT BREAK!!!!! - Does sandy point really get a break? I really want to know if it is worth and when to check it out! What conditions does it need? and is it worth it? How is it so dangerous?
By Anonymous , 07-12-2006
About this spot - anyony that thinks they wanna come surf this spot dont even bother it only breaks after huge rain storms and is just the rushing water making this wack wave it is only good if your with like 20 guys so they can watch over you cause its extremly dangerous and very hard to surf if your not A pro.
By anonymous , 22-04-2006
Corky - You ppl are about the dumbest retards ever. There are no waves in the Cheasapeake Bay, i dont care what the conditions may call for. And as far as locals go, you guys can fire bb guns or do whatever it is you wanna do to protect you double toe high waves. Come to a real break toughguys with real locals and try to hang.
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