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Wind and Weather
« Artificial Surfing Reefs
If it can be surfed currently leave it alone.
Concentrate on the places that are not surfed.
1. Work out what needs modifying to make breaks in your area;
2. Work out how to work towards making it happen, involve lots of people
3. Sell others on the idea that slow is good. Good for budgeting, marine ecology and testing/feedback on the system changes
4. Have the necessary equipment ready for a low tide and/or no swell
Joel Shore says:
See also ASR ltd. located in New Zealand.
ASR seem to be having a few problems
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