there is a solution bud, and a good one!
My kayaking early days were formed learning to surf kayak Nor Cal breaks, where lips are thick and consequences are high. I learned how to get out on big breaks with no channel. Your goal is always: get out quick, read the set, and surf it up.
When you have sus'd out your route back out, and you are paddling to the lineup with intent, sometimes you will be timed to take a big wave. When this occurs, wait until the wave will break on you, then capsize and setup to roll, but do not move.
The wave will smash down upon you, take you through the whitewater - you will be inverted, back onto the kayaks planing surface and without moving a muscle, you will be upright and headed back for the beach, behind the wave. As soon as you figure out what you have done, turn and paddle your ass off to beat the next set coming in.
It works, ask anyone on the US Surf Kayak team.
* Usually breaks have channels to ride out, read the rip tide, follow the current with your eyes... find the channel. If it does not exist, my method will do you well.