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With the county in lockdown and everyone being asked to stay home, it’s a good idea to find a few gems online to sate the appetite for stoke. Here are a few YouTube channels and a surfing movie I’ve enjoyed recently.

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If you’re an upper coast surfer, chances are you’ve launched your internet browser in the last few weeks to take a look at one of the live web cameras that keep tabs on the surf spots up and down our little stretch of sand.

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Most of the more popular and well-formed sandbar breaks, which just so happen to be near population centers, are located near piers and jetties.

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Fifteen-year-old me, struggling to catch a wave on my friend’s painted and unwaxed shortboard in the West End shorebreak, could never have imagined the adventures that surfing would send my way over the next three decades.

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After a less than stellar fall surf season, wave activity along the Upper Texas Coast has picked up dramatically over the past several weeks.

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Unfortunately, there aren’t a ton of options for wave-riding bookworms. But that doesn’t stop me from finding nearly every one of the newly released titles that are even tangentially related to riding waves.

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It’s the end of another year—and a decade—and now seems to be as good a time as any to share my favorite things about surfing and being a surfer on the Texas coast.

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The holidays are now in full swing, and some of us might have waited until the last minute to procure gifts for our fellow surfer friends and family members.

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While checking the surf the other day at the Pleasure Pier, I watched a lone figure guide his longboard into the small breaking waves, paddle furiously to catch one and then jump to his feet before falling almost immediately into the whitewater.