At last the longest flat spell in recent memory ended with some super fun waves in the bay. Everywhere from Rincon down through to Millers had line's pouring in non-stop from 1 - 3pm. Sheet glass, high tide overhead perfection, and hardly anyone out. Crowds filled in thick after school, and wave quality dropped as the tide dropped. But even then, there were some great waves to be had.
Some looooong rides went down at Millers. Most legendary was Greg Smith, who hooked not one, but two, waves from Chomp Rock all the way through to the sand at Hobie. On a shortboard! Respect.
Much of the Pipe crew pulled into Millers for a visit, as apparently Pipe was a big washing machine with a horrendous rip. The guys report getting solid waves up at Rincon. Avo's started to light up late evening as the tide dropped, and some seriously solid sets pulled through.
Quite a few ou's made JBay and Seals missions, and reckoned the surf was legit! Jorg says he had a few heavy wipes at Point - managing to air drop into a beating on a solid 8ft one. Reckons you couldn't duckdive the sets - too hectic. Says Tubes was outta control.
Here's a few random shots from the day - check out the photo gallery <here>