Macker Swell Cracks Open Like an Egg in the OC

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While the Blackies Newport crew was holding down 2-foot surf, the rest of Orange County saw one of the best swells in months, if not years, pound beaches and reefs from Seal to Salt Creek. Just how good was it? Well, if you haven't seen the photos plastered all over social media pages, or simply couldn't get out of the office to snag a surf, then you really missed it. If you got some, then no doubt there's water pouring out your nose as you read this. Stay tuned for the next Ghetto Juice for some epic photos and don't let yourself miss a swell like this again. You never know when the ocean will turn off.

Credit: Teddy Navarro slays a Seal Beach giant. Photo: Kurt Steinmetz


Posted by: Ghetto JuiceGhetto Juice at: 25 Jan 2014 18:09




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While the Blackies Newport crew was holding down 2-foot surf, the rest of Orange County saw one of the best swells in months, if not years, pound beaches and reefs from Seal to Salt Creek. Just how good was it? Well, if you haven't seen the photos plastered all over social media pages, or simply couldn't get out of the office to snag a surf, then you really missed it. If you got some, then no doubt there's water pouring out your nose as you read this. Stay tuned for the next Ghetto Juice for some epic photos and don't let yourself miss a swell like this again. You never know when the ocean will turn off.

Credit: Teddy Navarro slays a Seal Beach giant. Photo: Kurt Steinmetz

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