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Keith Galbraith has been surfing this spot for a few seasons now and it's truly paying off for him. Here he is, on his drop knee bottom turn displaying style and poise on a big one. "When you push yourself, the sweeter the reward. Thankful to have gotten the opportunity." Keith Galbraith© 2014 TylerRoemer.com
Eric displaying his rail grab technique on a beefy looking brute. "It was a great crew of guys to share the season opener with. The swell and conditions were as good as it gets at this size." Eric Akiskalian© 2014 TylerRoemer.com
Steve Harnick (left) another hardcore paddler out here shares a fun size wave with first timer (right) Shawn Thordarson. "Sometimes in life everything just comes together in perfect harmony. This was one of those days" Shawn Thordarson© 2014 TylerRoemer.com
George Desoto paying the price after one of his big drops.© 2014 TylerRoemer.com
Eric Akiskalian can never resist grabbing the rope and getting swung into a few fun-sized gems.© 2014 TylerRoemer.com
Whether you're a big-wave paddler or tow jockey, there is only one way out through the relentless pounding beach breaks along this coast if you want to hit the outer reefs. Keith Galbraith, Steve Harnick and Shawn Thordarson making the trek down to the shoreline for an early morning launch.© 2014 TylerRoemer.com
George Desoto on the inside section and looking for a parking space inside the throat of the beast.© 2014 TylerRoemer.com
A pin sharp glance through the Hurley Pro as we (roughly) approach the mid point.
It may be too late for the ASP Big Wave World Tour, but Dungeons lit up.
Conor Maguire harks towards a time when the cold and dark wraps back in and the lows deepen, spinning thick ropes of swell towards Ireland.
Italy has waves and Sardinia has some of the best spots, places you would not believe. Leonardo Fioravanti knows that better than most...
From the Caribbean to Nova Scotia (and maybe even Europe) the forecast is for a medium sized swell to grace your local beach.