alakaboo wrote:There is a semi-secret bank on a semi-secret beach in the eastern suburbs of Sydney (central Maroubra) that I think works best with onshores and an ebb tide.
happyripper wrote:I hate you Allan you silly old pooff. If I met you in the surf it'd be on for sure
Legion wrote:Heh. Given I haven't read a surf mag in years,But good to know I think like the Shearers, Braithies and Carrolls of the world.
Legion wrote:I've come to the realisation in the last few years that while I love glassy or offshore conditions, I get secretly stoked at onshores at certain waves, as long as there's some underlying shape. Sometimes the former two have me punching too far out of the back of the lip but the latter often provides me with a reinforcing little push back down the wave. Yesterday sucked on paper, but I had a few turns that were amazing. Anyone else (not just a question for Mr Carroll) succumb to the guilty pleasure of onshores, whether the gentle punt wind or full blown gale?
aaronn wrote:hey nc
who have you looked to as your iinfluencers
over all years
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