Just a point to make to the people who were talking crap on swellinfo's forcasting. Hurricanes are hard to dub. It's basically a little tornado in a huge lake. Getting the proper conditions to get swell out of them is...well...almost impossible!
"Hurricanes are harder to predict [than swells from cold fronts]," Dylan Graves divulged, after this Puerto Rican monster at Middles. "The winds change. The swell goes up and down. There's a lot more going on. You just have to be on it -- just wake up and figure it out."
"It wasn't as good as our Nor'easters though," Stack continued. "It was solid and kinda walled but I still had a good time." Nevermind the glare, it looks damn fine to us.