POST CA-chino!

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POST CA-chino!

Postby FSP » Fri Nov 22, 2013 7:01 pm

Cmon now...nobody could come say good bye to to the horseshoe for what might very well be the last day of the year? Cold Lonely, baron and grey...but one of the best setups you will find casino. Strong 9 foot swell from the NW and a 9m NNW wind made warm, good company come in the form of stacked walls that held long and vert so particular to this direction. When the waves are so long and predictable you can work on unique moves that no other day can place you in. Super juiced aerieals off the lip giving you time to tweak is what that is all about! Seems to take a late day in November to bring this out and all the more reason to embrace the cold. Adios Ca-CHINO and if you deal another make it colddddd!
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Re: POST CA-chino!

Postby dewsy » Fri Nov 22, 2013 8:29 pm

Believe me, M-City was all of those things when I hit it today.. It was insane 25 gusting to what felt like 35..

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Re: POST CA-chino!

Postby FSP » Fri Nov 22, 2013 10:15 pm

Dewsy def not trying to bring down ur sesh and sure u had fun just the same but for us wave riders u can't down the line on straight on shore like mc was. It's kind of critical to get that angle to the wave just right for this. Riding hard I'm sure u were otherwise!
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Re: POST CA-chino!

Postby dewsy » Sat Nov 23, 2013 11:33 am

Yup, you're right about the waves.. I was more referring to the temps, grey skies, and solis out on the water.. Tough to do any wave riding with the direction of the wind at MC yesterday..

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Re: POST CA-chino!

Postby FSP » Sun Nov 24, 2013 11:24 pm

righton Dewsy...im sure some pretty good size came thru at MC. I think buoy 45007 hit 9ft that day!
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