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Topic: thurso suitable for a novice?
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Topic: thurso suitable for a novice?
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Duncan

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thurso suitable for a novice?

Hi there,

I have surfed a few times, have got the hang of standing up on the board, still a bit wobbly though! Just wondering if anyone who's surfed at Thurso would recommend it for a relative novice? I've surfed successfully at Tiree and Dunbar, how does it compare to those two places? Or should I leave it until I'm a bit more experienced?

Grateful for any advice,
Duncan.



By:

Nick B

RE: thurso suitable for a novice?

i wouldnt surf thurso leave it to the big guns, but there are loads of novice spots all around there, just go round to dunnet bay which is a nice beach break to learn on. or further west towards strathy and such like which are also a good laugh.

By:

Shalele-shanene

RE: thurso suitable for a novice?

Dumbfukcan, Thurso? How about you and tom flounder in Lake Michigun on 1' wind waves man, you know, go feral, goddamn lepercahn mo fo'; go check your global real estate portfolio, Christine beeeacchhhhh!



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