Humboldt County

Dry Lagoon
Posted 19 Apr 2010

Dry Lagoon

Dry lagoon is roughly 10 minutes south of Orick and 15 minutes north of Trinidad. I’ve only skimmed there a few times but what I’ve seen is there are some good sized ridible waves.(3-10 feet, not as big as big lagoon)The beach its self is a little steep but it all depends on the day. The only things I caution… Continue »
Samoa
Posted 19 Apr 2010

Samoa Beach

Cold water, most of the time followed by cold weather. Most of the time somewhat shitty shell bottom, the further south you go on the beach, the better it gets though. I would say high tide would be the best, due to the slope of the bank, but pretty much any time will do. Hardly any people AT ALL. You… Continue »
Big Lagoon
Posted 19 Apr 2010

Big Lagoon

Big Lagoon is very easy to find just by knowing the name. From what I’ve seen it breaks probably year round (pending it’s not windy or stormy) I myself have never skimmed there. You have to have a few screws loose if you do. I have seen twelve foot shorebreak there and I wouldn’t doubt if it got bigger. A… Continue »
CollegeCove
Posted 19 Apr 2010

College Cove

College cove in Trinidad CA is about 12 miles north of Arcata (HSU). Being that I just got back to school in early August, I’m assuming that it starts breaking good around mid July. Right now (Sept.23) it is starting to tear away the slope and flatten out. I figure it should last another month or so but you never… Continue »
MoonStone
Posted 18 Apr 2010

Moonstone Beach

Moonstone Beach in Trinidad, California is about 10 miles north of Arcata and about 7 north of McKinleyville. The last time I was there in the summer the waves were breaking hard close to shore giving perfect amount of space to catch some speed to hit the wave. The best times I saw for experienced riders were about an hour… Continue »