Ken from L.C.'s photo of Lincoln City

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Average rating of 4.83 from 6 votes

Lincoln City

Spot Location: Oregon > Oregon > Lincoln City

Date Taken: 1st February 2011. 3296 page views since 2nd February 2011.

Swell Rating Primary Swell Secondary Swell Wind (+ Gusts) Weather
6.5ft 12s 276.02° 0.5ft 14s   7 10 mph Mostly Clear 31°f
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oregonssoulsurfershaha Feb 17, 2011 Rating: -1

Really? You're mad about naming an average beachbreak on tragic seaweed. LC would be lucky if more people came and surfed their town. Most try and avoid the "Hey so we walked up and down the beach breaks in LC and my 5 local transplant friends and I gave them super secret names so we could claim them" attitude. Whatever helps you justify your moving to Meth central in search of less than 100 surfable days/year though. Smart.

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doublevizion Feb 26, 2011 Rating: -1

very true we do a ton of hiking on the beach. The next peak always looks better. Meth central true 2. We never say big ht or swell this or any sort of bs about how any break works. Its all about the hunt. On the other hand if you belive evrything you read on the internet your such a sucker.

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oregonssoulsurfershaha Feb 17, 2011 Rating: 0

"Please Don't name low key surf spots" haha Canyons are you serious? Lets walk up and down the coast around LC and pick out every average at best beach break and give it a super secret friend so me and 5 of my local transplant friends can try and keep it secret and claim it. So jealous you guys get 80 surfable days/year there. Worth living in LC for sure.

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doublevizion Feb 15, 2011 Rating: 0

not canyons but thanks for giving every one all the info. By the time we found this wave we were already surfed out and just stood there amazed I have never seen it look that good it was just a freak thing.

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lurkstack Feb 4, 2011 Rating: -1

Canyons maybe..... or maybe not. Figures LC would of been good on Tues. Smaller swell and big HT.