G-Land News August 25th 2010 By Jarred Hancox
G-Land was a raining away in the night and early in the morning. Just after 2 weeks of not having rain, then the past few days some showers have come back. Bizarre! But hey, anyway, there was some great 4-5ft sets consistently pouring through Money Trees early, and a small crew enjoyed uncrowded walls right up till about 9:30am. When of course all the boat babies just kept multiplying in numbers in the line-up. I paddled out before 8am, and between 8 and 9am had some really great waves in Hoop Throwers, while the crowd stayed up the reef on Moneys. What a bonus getting this section on for a small window.
Some nice tubes, long rides, light offshore, clean, just 2 or 3 of us on that area of reef. Despite the 150+ people in the jungle this session still happened. G-Land magic! I’m leaving to Bali tomorrow for a week or 2, and Michael will be taking care of the surf guide stuff including these reports for awhile. Its been a great month of plenty of uncrowded surfs, warm water, lots of offshore winds, and good food and people.