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Topic: agnes waters

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agnes waters

« on: November 20 2005 19:11:00 »

How often does agnes waters actually break?
Are there any other spots or does the whole town converge
on the point when it does finally break?



RE: agnes waters

« Reply #1 on: November 21 2005 18:11:00 »

put it this way, when the swell finally does break properly on the point (sometimes only a few times a year) the whole surfing community raids the lineup making for a very frustrating overcrowed surf.


shoulda been here yesterday

RE: agnes waters

« Reply #2 on: November 24 2005 17:11:00 »

out of the 50 times I have visited there it has always
been choppy & waist high at the best. I beleive it does get
good sometimes but I suppose you have to be really patient.


Crazed Booger

RE: agnes waters

« Reply #3 on: January 09 2006 02:01:00 »

Ive been to agnes once and I was very lucky to get it 4-6ft the whole 7 days i was there, was talking to one of the locals, and he said that it only hits the point this good, 10 times at best.  There also is a good beachy here when there is plenty of swell.  But the crowds are bad, men everywhere.  but out of 10 i would give the point break a 8 when it does go off.  A hollow take off, which then leads into a couple second barrel, then u get about 50m ride of nice walling section, then back into a short barreling section again before ending.  If you do make it to the end of the wave, i suggest u get out and walk back along the point to get back out as it is a long ride and a much further paddle back out.

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