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when going towards duck go through the town and look to right just outside of the town you will see the pier its by the duck fire dept. and pass it and you with see a road to the right just passed it. turn here follow it down to the beach and you will see parking area but dont park there you will get towed! so find a house that is a rental and ask if you can park in there driveway or wherever. and they're nice so most of the will let you.and walk to the beach and see the waves and go surfing!
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bring your favorite hotshape and cooler!! have fun!!!!!!!!!!!
north side is more of a bowly peak area and south side lines up with a nice long left
great place it is crowded with locals in good surf cond. but theres a lot of room. --- empty lineups most of the time, i surf it alone a few times a week - come join
this spot rules
By Anonymous , 24-06-2008
duck - duck pier gets smokin, can be the best wave on the outer banks at times, anything north of duck isnt any better than VB
By Anonymous , 20-07-2007
watch out - lots of locals like me and they attract sharks to study so just watch out
By email@example.com , 16-04-2007
obx - yeah, I agree about the wave power being less than down south. I grew up on the banks and only caught it good a couple of times. Never saw a shark out there.All of the southern shore, duck, and corrola areas are not as good as southern beaches unless things have changed, which is possible.
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