By Brandon Rambo:
It all started with a call from Twon (Anthony Maltese). We just got back from an epic day trip up to North County/Ventura area where we completely scored and the boys were already looking for the swell ahead. Zone 6 is very fickle when it comes to weather conditions so after double checking Twon's forecasting skills it looked like Tuesday was on. Wind was the best it can get with 4-6 offshore winds forecasted all day with a rising swell 6-8ft @ 18secs. We were a bit early for the swell but surfing overhead waves with only your friends and a few angry seals is what we live for.
Looking forward to the next mission.
^ Gas'n up the boat before the long trek south of the border.
^ Getting boards ready before the first session of the day.. weather was 75 with light off shores.. It was a scramble to get in the water with not a human in sight.
^ Brennan Rose sizing up a nice little inside section.. It took some waiting but the right ones had a makable tube section.
^ Brennan Rose and Twon splitting a nice peak on the outside reef.
^ This is me on a nice little drop. Conditions were perfect. Crew was hoping for a bit more size but with zero crowds and light off shores there were nothing but smiles.