zgur wrote:Agree with all the observations above, especially the exposed reef/rocks @ waddell....
I would get my board professionally repaired...in my opinion, these guys do the best work in town http://www.besanding.com/
All boards get dinged over time....your skill level, size of surf and the bottom of where you ride all impact the damage to your board.
Fix it, ride the shit out of it....break it, repeat.
This is why I believe you MUST have 2-boards, so that when you primary breaks, you have a way to kite.
Get sum, Z
Actually it is with Bryan (besanding) already. I do have a backup board that became a lot more fun after I changed the fins on it. It is not as agile as the caution, but it has the durability of a tank.