by hyber » Fri Feb 23, 2007 12:48 pm
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by Bub » Sat Feb 24, 2007 3:05 am
I'm guessing what is happening is your sitting out where most of the other folks are but probably the difference is the other (and assuming more experienced) surfers have a better eye for the large set waves and those are the waves they are paddling in on but you are choosing smaller waves and missing them being out too far from shore. Solution: move in about 20 feet closer to shore from where the other surfers are lining up. You might get pummelled by the occasional large set wave but you'll be in a better position to catch the more frequent smaller waves that are catching your eye to paddle in on. Thats just a guess though since I really don't know the situation.hyber wrote:it just seems like every time i go surfing i only catch about 2 waves an hour, whilst everyone around me is catching loads.
I mean, its not that i cant catch them its just they seem the wrong shape or im slightly too far out, or someone else is already on it.
Ive been surfing for about 1.5 years ,i can pop up, bottom turn and can do small cutbacks but im still suffering from a lack of waves, especially when its choppy.
Any advice or people saying they know what i mean is helpful
by gdude335 » Sat Feb 24, 2007 5:35 am
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