I rolled up to catch Kiwi mid-session, cruising the beach picking apart the left overs of this latest south swell. Some photos:
Kiwi crankin' his Stu Kenson 10-0, finding the open ones is tough, making enough speed to keep up with them was almost almost impossible- except for this quad fin which seemed to have no problem with the conditions.
The beginning stages of a pole-plant-snap in a tough part of the wave to try this particular turn- it pays to push it though and if you ain't falling, you ain't learning!
A weird working boat cruised just outside the lineup. Looks like a bait seiner to me- definitely isn't the kelp cutters. The kelp harvesting company went tats up this year and has left our kelp beds unmolested- we're all swearing it's the most kelp we've seen in twenty or so years- and the glassiest conditions.
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That looks like a bait boat to me. There is one here in Dana that is almost identical.
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