Monthly Archives: July 2007

Lincs swell report

The swells dropped today but its much cleaner, longer period 2-3ft, light offshores. Mabo was closing out at low tide but its was improving on the late afternoon push.

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Lincolnshire surf conditions

The swell was fairly big tonight 4-6ft but onshore and fairly messy at this evenings high tide at Sandilands. TV was much cleaner as was Mabo, but all had a strong lateral current and the paddle out wasnt easy.

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Great White Shark seen off St Ives?

You might want to stick to the swimming pool: a tourist has filmed what experts said could well be a Great White shark 200 yards (182 metres) from a beach off England’s south-west coast. In a front page story Saturday … Continue reading

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Extremehorizon Features in New surf book

Extremehorizon and Lincolnshire surfing now grace 2 pages of the new UK surf book, “Surf Nation” by Alex Wade. Theres a small piece on yours truly with some local history and comments on the current state of play. I’ve not … Continue reading

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UK Surf Guide Series release first installment-Available on Extremehorizon

Indie surf film makers Devil County films are well into a long term quest to document modern surfing and its associated lifestyle in the UK. Entitled the UK Surf Guide Series, the DVDs will be a sequence of films based … Continue reading

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Small Sandlilands swell

Last night there was a tiny Lincs groundswell, 1ft at best, but it was offshore, sunny and rideable on the mal. We’ve been wave starved for a while so it was great just to get in the water. The beach … Continue reading

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Pic submitted by Trevor from Lincs surf club

Cap Breton

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