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Topic: 3 x Overhead in east coast of scotland !!!

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Calum Thompson

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3 x Overhead in east coast of scotland !!!

« on: March 13 2005 22:03:00 »

'Whats up dudes!!! This is cal as in CAL ifornia!!! Currently surfing out in Sou Cal but originally from Scotland. Well im actually ENGLISH but i do stay in FIFE. I have surfed in Scotland in 3xOverhead at a secret spot near Burnt Island, cant tell you where it is beacuse i dont want it to get crowded, photos to follow. Just wantd to let you all know that you dont have to be in California or HAwaii to get huge surf!! The recent Hurricanes in the NORTH SEA have churned up all sorts of GNARLY swells, on thing i do say is if your not confident do not go in the water, rip tides and currents are strong and you do need a 5/4 winter suit all year round. Recommended board 8-9" 9" MINI GUN. I regulary tow in just off of burnt island but you can catch these Monsters by paddling !!!  

Anyway im out



RE: 3 x Overhead in east coast of scotland !!!

« Reply #1 on: April 05 2005 05:04:00 »

I cought a wave on the east coast once........ september the 5th 1979  it was a peachie day............................. stone haven as well.......



RE: 3 x Overhead in east coast of scotland !!!

« Reply #2 on: April 14 2005 05:04:00 »

top vid............. looks lumpy on the face though....... who is the surfer

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