Friday, September 1, 2017

Day 51 of the 2017 season: Sterling State Park, coffee colored water and one of the better carve 'em up days

A nice venue, I would of preferred side on wind and
waves, but surprisingly, for the direction it was a great sesh with nice 5-10 footers on the
outside. One of the better carve 'em up days.

TOB:   2:30 - 4:00
Gear: 13M and TT
Water conditions: Onshore waves 3-5 footers inside and biggins, 5-10 on the outside
Wind: 12-25 mph onshore
Weather: hazy sun  remnants of Hurricane Harvey, mid 60s
Highlights: Started out rigging my 9M, by the time I finished rigging it the wind lulled. Waited it out and eventually rigged the 13M.
A challenge to launch - waves and wind were onshore. Once out past the shore break you had to work your way to the outside. Where the swell and wind direction were fun for carving a downwinder back toward shore hitting a wave every turn.
About 5-6 kiters and 4 windsurfers.

Relive your ride

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