Ok this is - Broulee Island. I will be putting a more detailed edit later.
Most of the surf here comes from groundswells and the best swell direction is from the southeast. This is an exposed reef break that does not work very often
The right hander known as pink rocks is located on the north side of Broulee Island. It's an intimidating monster of a wave with critical drop and walling and bowling sections to negotiate. It breaks over a bouldery reef and the boils in the wave face are a constant reminder of this as as you pick your way down the line. Not for the faint of heart of anyone less than very experienced in this kind of surfing. It's best in a big southeast swell and southwest winds.
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