The shorebreak here is under threat from a beach construction project, which will include six T-head jetties. However, about 1/4 mile offshore, an outside bar produces long, hollow lefts when a big NE swell combines with a low incoming tide. There can also be some clean, uncrowded peaks on a SE windchop swell on the north side of the inlet at lower tides.
Typical example of beach replenishment/stabilization programs threatening surfers’ natural habitat. The question is whether a new and improved habitat will result. Strong currents bring food to the many sharks around the inlet.