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August 09, 2010


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There were some great waves on Friday and Sunday that I enjoyed further west. Solid swell for sure, but 9-foot? Granted there were some bombs coming through, particularly Sunday morning but I didn't see any that big where I was. Though, there was a fair amount of east in the swell so I suppose it's possible. Hope everyone scored.

On Friday Bill, there were a few 9 footers, yes. In the case of Jeff's wave, my first thought (as I looked in awe) was that it was double head high...then I noted that Jeff was bent over, pulled myself together, and watched Jeff and the wave pass me. The majority on Friday were 6-8 in the big sets.

Sunday where we were (Tiana) I'd say it was two feet smaller.

I like the boards look, did you mount the camera on the paddle?

Great vids, nice work.

"Michael The Wave God" I love it!

there were some sceamin lefts on sunday. caught a dozen waves made two to the channel wooooooooooooo!!!!!!!!

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