Dillon and salmon

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crass
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Dillon and salmon

Post by crass » Tue Aug 23, 2005 10:42 pm

Just for those who don't know if you check the weather for dillon, just go to the bodega bay sight and add 5 miles (as in w speed) an hour to their forcast. I had such a blast out there today, huge 3 and 4 foot lines, very much like 38th with huge faces. You have to walk all the way out to the point but it's very much worth it. There were actually a couple set ups but the one at the point is the biggest. Boardwalks had some huge reachables today as well, I was still connecting around 4:30. as allways, I'll be there tommarow...

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Post by Deebo » Wed Aug 24, 2005 10:02 pm

Hey is does the point at Dillon break like a liner or is it just all messy shorebreak like Salmon?

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Post by crass » Fri Aug 26, 2005 11:46 am

it's a liner. It closed out every once in a while but other than that it looked beautiful, I hadn't been there in a while so it was a little wierd to see the sand like that: plenty of slope, no runway.

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Post by funkymunky » Mon Aug 29, 2005 6:11 pm

i was out on the point saturday. just little 2 footers most of the day and it got too sketchy around 4:30. i went to salmon early this month, and the break wasnt reachable, any1 else have any luck there?

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