Sep 03, 2012 •
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Pro surfer, former Surfing Magazine Editor-in-Chief and Vista resident Evan Slater pulls into a little gem Sunday. Photo by Bill Reilly
North County beaches saw larger than normal surf over the past few days resulting from a series of storms in the South Pacific and also from Tropical Storm Ileana.
Average wave size in the northern part of the county was six to nine feet with a few bigger sets on occasion.
- Curtis Clave of Encinitas goes for the set up Sept. 1 in the northern part of San Diego County. Photo by Bill Reilly
- Curtis Clave air drops and makes it on one of the bigger set waves of the recent south swell that hit San Diego county beaches over the Labor Day weekend. Photo by Bill Reilly
- Pro surfer, former Surfing Magazine Editor-in-Chief and Vista resident Evan Slater pulls into a little gem Sunday. Photo by Bill Reilly
- On Saturday, larger sets would roll through and Taylor Knox seemed to be in the perfect spot. Taylor showing that power surfing still has a place in the lineup. Photo by Bill Reilly
- Taylor Knox slotted perfectly in the barrel. Photo by Bill Reilly
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- Summer Solstice offers taste of the city
- The 2012 San Diego County Fair returns
- Memorial Day at the beach
- First annual Endless Summer Night event is a big hit
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