Tuesday started the same way Monday ended. With waves. Not often we get decent swell in the bay, so the ou's were stoked to surf something with a bit of punch. Not often a board gets broken at Millers. Mush nearly got his jaw bust after some chick dropped in on him and bailed her board - which smacked him in the face. Eina.
Millers had ou's on it all day, with the low tide seeing some takers at Avos battling the hell rip. Some solid one's there. Clubhouse also woke up as the tide turned after lunch - with some bombs getting ridden as the arvo wore on.
The Pier also woke up as the tide pushed. Warri reckons he hooked a barrel so good it's now one of his top 5 ever. And Warri gets a LOT of barrels, so musta been good! Craig Anderson - ex PE local and now world superstar - paddled out at Pier and popped a backhand air revo on his first wave. Easy as...
Crowds were thick at Millers cos Pipe was basically a massive closeout unless you missioned all the way out to the back. Far out the back. Rincon just had lines as far as the eye could see, but you would have needed a ski to make it out the back there. That, or some serious paddle power.