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RE: Anyone surf in Treyarnon Bay before?« Reply #1 on: March 21 2005 07:03:00 »
yes good reef on the left hand side at mid to low tide
going off today 4ft e-se winds get in there now!!!!!!!!!!!!!
RE: Anyone surf in Treyarnon Bay before?« Reply #3 on: April 23 2005 11:04:00 »
Great beach, small but amazing at high tide. There a youth hostel up on the right cliff.
RE: Anyone surf in Treyarnon Bay before?« Reply #4 on: May 19 2005 15:05:00 »
i have it depends on wether your a beginner because if you are then its the right beach. if your an expert its also the right beach but you'll have to wait for the reef to play ball at low tide. If your a beginner its ok but not great because the lifegauds get in a strees and stick up for the bathers. winter only spot really when the swells are bigger i mean 6ft i surfed the reef on the left of the bay this spring end of april at 8ft 2 other people there absolute quality.
RE: Anyone surf in Treyarnon Bay before?« Reply #5 on: May 20 2005 05:05:00 »
it sure helps to be a strong swimmer. When you get out there and use your board as a PFD (personal floatation device), you know you are in over your head, because your PFD may not be there when you need it. Leashes break, so do boards. Swimming in the ocean is very different than putzing around in a pool. Good luck and try not to keep the lifeguards busy.