This evening every bank on the North Coast was pumping and lined up. Even banks that I had never seen half-surfable. Myself and Jacko watched this bank for twenty minutes while the east was up earlier in the day, saw the potential and hoped the wind would drop later in the arvo. Just before the wind started to drop we ducked back to have a look before the sun disappeared. We ummed about it for awhile then Jacko started to froth and convinced me we should at least have a dip and suss it out so we would know what we doing for the morning sesh. I was a bit sketched out cause I've mostly seen this wave break over dry, badly pointed out reef fingers, and I didn't have a clue where to paddle out. We gave it a quick go before dark, but mostly caught close outs and missed the drainers. After watching the footage we definitely should have been on it earlier. We blew it. But Jacko owned some and ate some, and I just chickened out and ate it on all the waves I didn't chicken out on. If you enjoy watching empty mini bus drainers then this clip is for you.
Our session of the following morning coming ASAP. Which does not always means as soon as possible