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Saturday, February 11, 2012

Oil Piers, RIP

The ledgendary Oilys, no other surf break was like it. It could turn huge victory at sea windswell into rideable peelers


  1. WHAT HAPPENED TO OUR REEF THAT WAS GOING TO REPLACE OIL PIERS? Not that anything could. What an epic spot. South pier on a spring summer or fall swell at low tide would stack up and peel perfect cylinders. The beach is now dead for surf. Reefs build foundations for sea life, retain sand and provide fun. Let's get this movement flowing again.