Warning! Big wave surfing on either a surf board or a stand up paddle board is serious business and not to be attempted unless someone really knows what they are getting into. Before ever attempting to ride a big wave on a stand up paddle board, it is imperative to be an excellent swimmer, have a strong surfing ability and experience with surfing on a stand up paddle board. If someone has no extensive experience with surfing and paddle board surfing, they should never attempt to take on a big wave paddle board surfing.
One of the greats, Ken Bradshaw, is available for professional one-on-one consulting; however, he’s on the North Shore of Oahu…and he’s not cheap. So, I’m putting it out there. If you’d like some insight from someone who has been through the meat grinder, I, too, am available for consultation.
I don’t charge money for this; however, you can pitch in for gas…and I will take you on as a student. I’ll show you the spots, tell you where not to be, tell you when to go and how to keep cool when you get blown up.
Surfing big waves is very serious business…and some people do drown out there. It will take time, as there is a window in California when the surf gets really heavy. There is a lot of physical, mental, psychological and spiritual preparation involved. If you are serious, I’ll teach you everything I know.
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