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Topic: Crowds and Localism at J-Bay

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By:

Kim

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South Africa South Africa

 

Crowds and Localism at J-Bay

« on: March 16 2004 07:03:00 »

What are the crowd levels and aggro / localism like at J-Bay.
I heard that it's pretty sad there.



By:

Mars

RE: Crowds and Localism at J-Bay

« Reply #1 on: May 26 2004 15:05:00 »

I surf there regurlarly and the crowds are pretty laid back. Except just before or after a big Contest. I would avoid it especially between 12 Dec and 05 Jan.

Early morning is normally the best time of the day.

By:

Dave

RE: Crowds and Localism at J-Bay

« Reply #2 on: August 31 2004 13:08:00 »

I had no problems with crowds or locals - get out at dawn you will find more dolphins than surfers.

By:

luke

RE: Crowds and Localism at J-Bay

« Reply #3 on: September 02 2004 08:09:00 »

hey kim,wont know where u from,but im from j~bay,although sadly stuck in a small town south of london.NO localism isnt as bad as they make it to be,you always get a few locals who thinks they own spots,but not even the other locals put up with that,we have our old scool boys who might seem aggro,but theyre not once you get to know them,somebody has to make sure the vaalies doesnt take over.keep on surfing and take one 4the guys that cant get to the ocean,cheers

By:

Nielos

RE: Crowds and Localism at J-Bay

« Reply #4 on: September 12 2004 07:09:00 »

I'm a Local Stuck in London at the moment, But have to say that if you respect the locals and especially the JBU on their home turf, you'll be fine. DO NOT drop in on anybody that even slightly looks like a local, and if you do, appologise and have some respect!!!

By:

luke

RE: Crowds and Localism at J-Bay

« Reply #5 on: October 22 2004 04:10:00 »

yuo nielos,whats your real name,im from j~bay myself and stuck in the same boat,whith no surf and working for the pounds.use to surfing point and tubes all the time,but now only the net



By:

db

RE: Crowds and Localism at J-Bay

« Reply #6 on: October 22 2004 05:10:00 »

luke we,re off to cornwall on the 28th.... if your wanting to join us drop me a line
tchau

By:

LUKE

RE: Crowds and Localism at J-Bay

« Reply #7 on: November 04 2004 05:11:00 »

THANKS 4INVIYE MATE,LET U KNOW HOW THINGS GO

By:

Robbo

RE: Crowds and Localism at J-Bay

« Reply #8 on: November 21 2004 04:11:00 »

coming from Cape town and surfing j-bay regularly ( now in OZ ),i find the crowd quite mellow at Jeffreys.Just the same as at most well known spots.Just give respect to get it back.Know the rules and just enjoy it,life is about that!

By:

Ian

RE: Crowds and Localism at J-Bay

« Reply #9 on: January 10 2005 02:01:00 »

No problems with the crowds or localism.  all is pretty cool.  If you want to surf on your own, go down the road as there are heaps of breaks in that area.


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