World-renowned left holding some of the longest barrels on earth in a pristine wilderness setting. It is super-shallow, very dangerous and hard to get to. Low tide equals suicide for all but the pros and mere journeymen have to wait for mid tide and/or smaller swells to make it from the air drop to deeper water in the channel. Requires a fairly high line to stay out of trouble, making it a real backhand challenge. Can be incredibly long when aligned on S-SW swells and any E wind.
It's not always perfect by any stretch, but has rideable waves in the highly consistent bracket (7/10). Smart pig-doggers wear rubber!