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RE: Puget Sound Breaks?« on: August 30 2009 00:08:00 »
I got my 1st barrell in the sound, but pretty much doesn't break much, mostly knee high powerless mush about once a year and one time i was at the beach, i took a big dump on the beach, and a lady and her kids were walking around the corner of the point, they saw what i was doing, it was so embarassing. i was wiping my but with a tree branch, got a bit of poop on my hands, then i suited up and went out and scored some sick shoulder-high surf in the sound
RE: Puget Sound Breaks?« Reply #1 on: May 18 2012 09:05:00 »
Lots of places to surf inside puget sound, just have to know how to read the wind and time it just right. I surf in Bellingham 8-10 times a year. Do a google search for Bellingham Surfing and you'll see some spots and even some videos of people. Most times waves are 2 foot or less. Every once in a while you might get a 4 foot day but that's pretty much the max unless its a huge storm and then it can get a little sketchy if it's windy. If you live near Seattle your best bet is just to head out to the straights and hit the real swell rather than trying to catch wind swell.
RE: Puget Sound Breaks?« Reply #2 on: August 03 2017 16:08:00 »
I SUP surf almost once a month year round in Puget Sound at Seaman Spit in Birch Bay just North of Bellingham. Small to tiny surf much of the time but it's 5 min from my house so I won't complain. Just need to look for good NW or W winds out of the Strait of Georgia. Sometimes it even breaks with SW winds. Look on Wannasurf for more info.
RE: Puget Sound Breaks?« Reply #3 on: August 13 2017 06:08:00 »
my advise - move closer to the ocean