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Karl Lijnders
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Thu Dec 17, 2009 9:17 pm

Looks like not a bad weekend with winds lightening off, a few fronts moving through Bass Strait should jack swells up to 5-6ft on the east coast so that could prove fun for Phillip Island faithfuls. Surf Coast/West Coast may struggle but as we go into Sunday we could see a more SSE swell develop but somewhat messy.

Firestorm - what are conditions like in Apollo Bay on any given day with a modest amount of size? I am heading down potentially second week of January.
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Location: Aireys Inlet

Sat Jan 23, 2010 12:44 pm

Hey Karl just Apollo Bay has plenty of options with reefs and beachies alike 3-4foot ideal on both if its better the reef breaks start fireing and if its flat head 20min west to johanna beach to find some amazing beach brake option. The most consistant break in the bay is Skeenes creek beach any question let me know! :cheers:
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Location: Elwood and Mansfield 370m

Sat Jan 23, 2010 1:47 pm

On its day, Johanna is the best surf in the country!!!
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