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Topic: im new
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Topic: im new
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Alan

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Scotland Scotland

 

 

im new

Iv been living in lossiemouth for 2 years and have have just got into surfing. Does anyone have any information on good spots to go, or if you fancy meeting up, lift sharing etc id be most greatful.  

Alan ...



By:

James3D

RE: im new

You can surf in Lossiemouth, East Beach.
You should be getting more waves with the autumn swells when they kick in.

If its small, try further east.
I live near Dignwall, so to be honest I usuallg to to the North Scottish coast and West Isles as you get the bigger swells.

But for a begginer, Lossie is more than you need, some days too big !

James.

By:

Alan

RE: im new

thanks james, i'll be keeping a watchful eye for those waves. As for over on the west and north coast it sounds good. me an a mate were thinking of heading over there for a few weekends, prob stop in hostel. might even see you. we'll be the guys getting wiped out all the time. Lol..

Al ...



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