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Riding The Big Barrels of Boca de Pascuales

The tropical coast of Colima is an agricultural hub that is famous for limes, coconuts, and salt. The Armeria River flows from the Sierra de Manantlán to the coast, sustaining the agricultural industry and building world-class sandbars where it meets the ocean. Boca de Pascuales is not a wave for novices. Much like Black’s Beach in La Jolla or Moss Landing in Monterey, the sea floor gets very deep very quickly and the canyon focuses open ocean swell from just about every direction into a massive A-frame peak. During the summer months the south swells rarely produce waves under 10 feet and the barrels bring professionals from around the globe to try and score some photos for the magazines… read more >

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