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|TERRY (34603km): |
Primbee, NSW, AU Some strong stuff out there today, over 30kt WSW from 11oclock all arvo, 36.7 max. super low tide.
Wind came up after Gary left with his 9m. plenty of weed islands to go around, big turnout of locals.
Manta 88l V8 6.2 UFO 22 (hey Nudie, just testing)
|Witto (1960km): |
Primbee, NSW, AU 117 futura 7.8 sv reflex 22 tribal weed fin
great fun on the big board managed my first plaining gybe, and also really happy with the tribal fin Mark Jordan sent me, can really hold for only being 22cm which was needed, as the lake was low and getting lower. Had a kiter cut me off lucky no damage to me or my gear. Needed to rerig to go out again as wind was building but i was buggered, overall awsome day lets hope for a repeat tomorrow.
|Gerry (1909km): |
Primbee, NSW, AU Fanatic Falcon 114L NCX 7.0M for a couple of hrs and then wave gear for a couple hrs.
Best speeds were on the bigger gear early on. Water level low , some really nice flat water out there today . Felt good to be back on the water .
|Big Z (1027km): |
Primbee, NSW, AU 9M and light wind wave board at first, then 7M after I ran out of muscle power! Had to leave early before blow came in. I trhink Dezza's right - the 9M has a shamanistic spark there!!
|MT (17815km): |
Primbee, NSW, AU
Late start for me after kids sport and kids transport duties.
Rigged the 6.4 and speed board which was the right choice but the 21cm, 37.5 degree speed fin was not. It was too weedy and too shallow for this fin and it was only when I changed to a 17cm, 45 degree fin that I started to enjoy the conditions.
|Matt R (15536km): |
Primbee, NSW, AU.
Patrik 100L slalom, BP 20cm delta, AB 78L 18 XT delta, SV Mach-1 7m.
Nice to sail at Primbee again even if it was a late start. Water levels were relatively low and there are a few more semi-submerged obstacles out there after these last two big rain events. Great to catch up with everyone and to wash the cobwebs off the boards. The forecast for later in the week is looking promising.