We go out anyway, and take our chances with whatever the sea gives us. Some days we have to dodge all the SUPs, and the small surf kayaks as well.
Last week we had a perfect day, no SUPs, no dodging, great swells and waves and not too many of us out there either.
Getting a good video is not so easy either, Go pro is good but it only gives a fixed view, so if its mounted on the deck or on your helmet you get a narrow view and dont get to see the full size of the surf, also you cant really video your friends.
The best place to be is just under the breaking wave , but this is also dangerous as the kayaks are fast approaching you and if they loose control can smash into you, and then there is the breaking wave just looking to catch you unprepared.
|Yosi gets a good run|
|Here I go , Yosi got this one just right|
Flat water paddling is nice but there is nothing like getting out there in rough water and having a lot of fun