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Topic: june and july?

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Shane Keogh

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june and july?

« on: November 02 2004 12:11:00 »

Irish surfers headin o'er 2 NZ 4 the lion's tour. hoping 2 catch a few waves while we r there. Whats the surf like durin june/july? Is it cold? wetsuit, gloves?



RE: june and july?

« Reply #1 on: November 02 2004 19:11:00 »

yes, dead winter seaon with chilly offshores and big southswells........... you'll need 4/5-5/6 steamer with hood and gloves booties, you might want to even wear a 2mill rashy underneath! it's bloody cold down hear mateys!!!!!!! one ,more thing, dont let the natives eat you, thier really hungry.........................ahhhhh........................



RE: june and july?

« Reply #2 on: April 16 2005 00:04:00 »

If your in Auckland in June/July you'll need a very decent 3/2mm steamer or 4/3mm if your a pussy.

Usually at that time of the year the whole East Coast from East Cape to the tip of the North Island will get flat for atleast 4 weeks straight... Your best bet will be to spend time in Gisborne or Raglan/Taranaki at that time of year, or even spend time right up at kaitaia and wait for 'shipwreckbay' to start working...

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