For me it was hurricane Danny right after Bill. So many people went to my local break but only about 10 guys made it out because of how insane the current was on the inside. But once you made it out the currents just stopped. At one point it was just me and four other guys sitting off the pipe just taking turns catching all of these consistent, glassy waves. Great vibe and good waves
In March, walked up the beach to Trestles from San Onofre about two hours before sunset. clean and waist to chest high perfect A-frame nuggets. There were about 15 ppl out at Lowers when we got there and by the time the sun set about 6 of us left and the last 45 minutes was glassy and there were like four of us left sharing perfect little waves, dolphins in the lineup, and Lowers doing its perfect little thing.
Katia swell in Rhodie was epic. Head and a half to double overhead. Some of the best waves of my life. This past Thursday was fun mass. Probably the best session this winter and fall. Perfect chest to shoulder about as fun as it gets.
Multiple epic sessions this year in many of our various inlets here in SE NC. Almost each time no more than six people out--the six people I regularly surf with. Longer waves than I have ever hopped on a plane for. I think I will still be frothing about it a couple years from now
Irene ocmd at 1pm. Im use to surfing assateague so im not use to barrels but my first wave i caught just opened up right at my head level so i just ducked and shot right in.
The remenants of emily in cape hatteras was very fun.
And that last hurricane late fall in kittyhawk i think it was i found a spot a mile left of a pier and had a parking strip near right at the break almost. Surfed 630 am to 8 alone to come back to a huge crowd. Then packed up at finished off in chincoteague/assateague va till dark.