Surf Report – 15/09/16

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September 3 – September 15

The early September trip started in the south Telo region with some nice mellow waves to warm up on and plenty of empty line ups at most breaks we surfed on the move north. When the swell hit its peak the boys frothed on some of the longest right hand waves they have ever seen. It was one of those dream sessions with only your best friends in the line up together yelling and hooting after each wave.

With sore and stiff bodies from surfing their butts off from dawn to dark every day we headed back to the mellow rights we started on, the most playful wave in the area to finish off and scored plenty of amazing dawn sessions with the sunrise. By the last day everyone was so surfed out it was simply easier to just ride this wave in on your belly for some, while others chose to enjoy icy cold beers sitting in the channel watching their mates ride endless waves to the very end of the trip.

Thanks for a great trip guys, empty waves, endless sunsets and as always the beers are the coldest on the Nomad.


– Captain Jake

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