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  1. #11
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    Don't forget your first aid kit if your going to be charging. Stay safe the rocks in Nica are sharp as they get. Popoyo outer reef sucks completely dry at some sections during low tide. Take some pics for us , that wave is absolute magic when its going off if you can handle it. It was solid 12 foot when i was there. . . . I watched from the safety of the boat as two other Australians riding retro fishes were getting the best backside tubes ever. Insane

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    Quote Originally Posted by stinkbug View Post
    What % of average joe surfers are doing tow ins at outer reefs on a surf trip?
    Its not just for tow-ins. I was under the impression that i was going to be able to "try" and get a few out there. No one told me it was almost dry. . .I would of died most likely

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    outside popoyo

    Quote Originally Posted by ocsurf32 View Post
    Its not just for tow-ins. I was under the impression that i was going to be able to "try" and get a few out there. No one told me it was almost dry. . .I would of died most likely
    seems like it should be said here that if you are going out there probably better on the high tide.

  4. #14
    The guys from one of the surf camps have some ski's and when it gets big they bring a trailer loaded with the big boards and jet ski's out there. If you have the cahones you can do the mile out paddle and sit in the line-up and they'll be glad to whip you in.

    There's way more people on the cliff watching then in the water!

    http://search.yahoo.com/search?fr=mc...f+popoyo+video


    http://search.yahoo.com/search?fr=mc...f+popoyo+video

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    Quote Originally Posted by wavehog1 View Post
    The guys from one of the surf camps have some ski's and when it gets big they bring a trailer loaded with the big boards and jet ski's out there. If you have the cahones you can do the mile out paddle and sit in the line-up and they'll be glad to whip you in.

    There's way more people on the cliff watching then in the water!

    http://search.yahoo.com/search?fr=mc...f+popoyo+video


    http://search.yahoo.com/search?fr=mc...f+popoyo+video
    So. . . .Who's going to be the first on SI to charge outer reef Popoyo at low tide? Wavehog thats the bad thing, they will GLADLY whip you in and don't care about your safety. They were trying to make me charge it and trust me i have no business ,maybe if it wasn't shallow reef

  6. #16
    I've paddled out when it was triple overhead out there and its a hell of a lot bigger then you could ever imagine watching it from the cliff! Ended up watching it for an hour out there and snuck in on a small set all the way through.

  7. #17
    I'll be there in april as well. 7th through the 15th actually. fully plan on charging outer reef with my new step up!

  8. #18
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    Quote Originally Posted by frontsidecrotchgrab View Post
    I'll be there in april as well. 7th through the 15th actually. fully plan on charging outer reef with my new step up!
    ^ Now thats Go-Pro worthy .

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    Quote Originally Posted by frontsidecrotchgrab View Post
    I'll be there in april as well. 7th through the 15th actually. fully plan on charging outer reef with my new step up!
    are you a goofy-foot? it seems to me that this particular wave
    discriminates in favor of the right foot forward crowd...

  10. #20
    Surfed Popoyo a couple a years ago... First 2 days was a couple feet overhead with a bigger set here and there.
    Day 3 the swell jumped and and we surfed the outer reef. Double overhead with bomb sets. Got a couple of crazy ones, but ate sh!t more than got barreled. Didn't hit the reef once.
    Would have loved to be goofy that day.