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Datum: WGS84 [ Aide ]
Latitude: 51° 13.189' N
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English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): Right in front of carpark at Porlock Weir.
DistanceA la journée
ApprocheAccès direct (< 5 min)
Facile à trouver ?Facile à trouver
Accès public ?Accès public
Accès spécialJe ne sais pas
Quality des vaguesNormale
FréquenceMarche de temps en temps
Longueur normaleCourte (< 50m)
Longueur max.Courte (< 50m)
Direction de la houleOuest, Sud-ouest
Direction du ventSud-ouest, Sud
Taille de la houleCommence à marcher à 2.5m-3m / 8ft-10ft et tient jusqu'à
Condition de maréeMi-marée et marée haute
Mouvement de maréeMarée montante
Fréquentation semaineQuelques surfeurs
Fréquentation week-endNombreux surfeurs
English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): When the wind is from the S/SW blowing sheep off Exmoor and the swell is 8'+ you might just get a wave. Don't bank on it though!
English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): Can be crowded when its working because there are very few other spots that work when this wave starts to wind off. Nice little wave though in the depths of Winter when you don't want too many duck dives.
De Nog , 23 mai
1965: Lynmouth had closed out - There was a SW hooley. It may have been Dec or Jan ... We had looked at Porlock Weir in the past and knew that when the conditions were right Porlock Weir might just be a goer. Lynmouth had closed out, so we raced up and over County Gate and whazzed down to Porlock Weir where the tide was pushing the swells against an offshore 'breeze' .... It was magic for about an hour and as the storm tracked away so did the surf. We had only one more occasion at PW, and then the waves were a soft right .... As far as I know I was the 1st person to surf PW followed by Fuzz, Guns, and Budgie. :)
De Ghost of the Severn , 06-12-2009
Locals - I'm local to nowhere, but in the winter I find myself seeking out waves that are non existent in the summer. It's because I want to surf I want to see what this country can offer us. So I try different spots, I keep myself well away from the people already in esp. if they know what they're doing. I make sure as much as is humanly possible I don't even so much as look for a wave the guys are paddling for until either (a) my wave count is 5 times less than theirs or (b) it's swung out wide and no one but me is anywhere near it.
I always say hi, I praise the wave, and guess what?
I get no problems.
De Anonymous , 03-09-2009
Jazzer - Hey boys cool yer jets.
I have surfed Porlock since the mid eighties and things move on and places get crowded. As for localism it's all a load of old bollocks. Are you telling me the locals don't go to other peoples local breaks. You have all been reading to many surf mags. You boys don't own it nor were you the first to surf it, nor was I.
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