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Old 11-18-2003   #11
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Another thing to remember is that point breaks or reef breaks will be less likely to work you as they break in deeper water. Beach breaks are fun but you can easily get dropped on your head onto the beach resulting in sand in every crevase you can imagine. Otherwise have fun and enjoy, but definetly keep away from surfers, some will be cool but others will be huge dicks. They are very territorial and are not very open to new people.

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Old 11-18-2003   #12
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Ya, I'm familiar with the different types of breaks, and figured I'd get pretty beat-up on the beach breaks. Might not stop me from trying it though, especially at first...much shorter swim if that happens! Thanks.

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Old 11-22-2003   #13
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try to hop off the waves before they make it to shore. its easy to paddle pout and u can catch more waves. and wear a helmet. surfers like to stay im packs so normally the beach is pretty open. have fun.

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