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where to surf« on: January 20 2006 10:01:00 »
im from australia and will hopefully be coming to the US for your summer but would love to be somewhere near surf. Can you's please name some places with surf that time of year (city's and states please so i know what you's are talking about) and what type of surf to expect there (wave height, reef/beach breaks, wettie/boardies, crowds etc). I've got pretty much no idea so any helps good. Cheers
RE: where to surf« Reply #1 on: January 30 2006 22:01:00 »
Southern California. North County (its 20-30 min N. on I-5 from down town SanDiego). From 'Blacks' in La Jolla to Oceanside pier in Oceanside, there's about fifty spots ranging from fun beach breaks to classy point breaks. Its warm in the summer (trunks). Don't worry about the local bull%$%#, if you have any idea what your doing, your fine. If you drive a bit further North (30 min on I-5) you'll find San Anofre (Trestles); which is fun, but a bit more crowded.