Great spot, easy access – not for beginners
Not a beginner spot. Before you go, think of how you will exit the water and avoid the swimmers if you don’t make it back to the ramp… This is a great spot; however, be aware of the hazards and complex parts… #1 – The spot can be a bit sheltered from the wind, so you need to paddle out. It is easy to lose ground and go downwind, Which brings us to hazard #2. #2 – It is a very popular swimming and surfing beach, especially in the corner. If it is windy enough to wing, it is unlikely to be crowded, but be careful of surfers/swimmers. Please do not ruin it for the rest of us by being a dick! # -3 You can see them from the ramp, but there are LOTS of rocks towards the end of the bay; if they seem far, you can quickly end on them with bad luck. # – 4 As you get closer to the South Shore, you will be closer to the estuary mouth; there are strong currents, be aware, especially if the tide is going out # 5 – Waves can be more significant than they look.