March 10, 2017

Tired of your same old surf spot.  Maybe it's time to paddle further from your local break to expand your surf horizons.  

SUP Skills | The Secret to Finding New Surf Breaks

by Jack Haworth on

Remember your first time?

We’re talking SUP surfing, silly. Whether you started out as a frothy lil’ grom or waited until you had bills, jobs and a mountain of responsibilities, the feeling of catching a wave for the first time was the same: pure elation.

As with most first-time endeavors, it’s not just the action itself but rather the surroundings that become seared into our long-term memories. Maybe it was a hot summer day or a misty spring morning; at the local beach or during a trip to some far-away paradise. Whatever the case may be, you remember exactly where you were when it happened.

If you’re reading this right now, there’s a pretty good chance that you became hooked after that first wave. Perhaps you started going to your local break every chance you got. You learned where the best peaks were, how tides and swell direction affected the break, maybe you even got on the good side of the locals.

You felt like a real surfer.

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