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who knows the song from that video
Ultra sharky waters, for sure.
Makes the other sand-bottom points look lame. Wow.
Don’t know that I would’ve chased all those sea lions into the water….feeding frenzy!!!
edit using old footage from this:
Anyone notice those big floats outside? Probably to hold up a net. A shark net?
Wow,sick left…..hopefully this beautiful place is kept for the true explorers and not exploited by developments and surf camps………
Way cool! No tricks, no 360s, no leaving the water for an air ride, just full on contact between water and board , and multiple enclosures in the Green Room. Just frickin fantastic!
I thought at one point I could hear “Jaws” music playing softly, right after the shot of chasing the seals back into the surf.
What?!Three deep barrels on a ride?!
That left is ridiculous.
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