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  1. #1

    Getting back in at The Wall

    I was at The Wall in NH on thanksgiving and while I was getting out I literally got beaten the hell out off while getting out. My board got dinged on the nose real bad and I twisted my knee real bad. The tide was coming in so I was trying to time it with a lull in the waves but I still got tossed everywhere. Is there any real smart way to get out back onto the rocks or do you just have to get lucky?

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    Don't surf the wall at hightide, go north ten minute to jenness beach. It's a hightide beach.

    Thanksgiving we also had a extreme high tide!

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    I second that. The wall is not a spot to surf at high tide. Once the waves start approaching the rocks the conditions typically get pretty poor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RID View Post
    I second that. The wall is not a spot to surf at high tide. Once the waves start approaching the rocks the conditions typically get pretty poor.
    I went out when the tide was much lower and on the rise and the waves were good. I came in though once the conditions starting getting bad and unfortunately that is the same time the tide is pretty high