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Showing posts with label Sunset. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Sunset. Show all posts


New video from Booty and Barrels:

"We've had countless pumping winter swells all over the Pacific, and today we decided to crack out the 16ft x 6ft inflatable SUP aka the SUPsquatch and one of the most kooky waves in California. A lot more videos on the way."

Here's some of the surf photos from Saturday at Sunset (also known as "Vons" as it tagged in our Instagram Stories).

This set of surf photos was shot by Six12 Media and brought to you by RVCA.
RVCA New Arrivals

These photos are just a few of the 150+ shots from this session. If you were out there, you probably got some surfing shots, probably multiple photos, they will be in the complete photo galleries for this day, check them out, the links to the complete galleries are down below.






RVCA New Arrivals





RVCA Women's Swim




You can find about 150 more photos from this session, all full size and in high-resolution, in these 2 photo galleries:

Sunset - Saturday 1-9-2021 Gallery #1
Sunset - Saturday 1-9-2021 Gallery #2


If you were out there, we probably got some cool surfing shots of you, go check them out!

Wanna see photos from previous days at this and other local surf spots?
Click Surf Spot Galleries and look for the spot and then the date.

RVCA Boys' Apparel

Here's some surf photos from Friday at Sunset (also known as "Vons" as it tagged in our Instagram Stories).

This set of surf photos was shot by Six12 Media and brought to you by RVCA.

These photos are just a few of the shots from this session. If you were out there, you probably got some surfing shots, probably multiple photos, they will be in the complete photo gallery for this day, check them out, the link to the complete gallery is down below.





You can find more photos from this session, all full size and in high-resolution, in this photo gallery:

Sunset - Friday 1-8-2021 Photo Gallery


If you were out there, we probably got some cool surfing shots of you, go check them out!

Wanna see photos from previous days at this and other local surf spots?
Click Surf Spot Galleries and look for the spot and then the date.

RVCA Boys' Apparel

Here's some of the surf photos from Tuesday at Sunset (also known as "Vons" as it tagged in our Instagram Stories).

This set of surf photos was shot by Six12 Media and brought to you by RVCA.

These photos are just a few of the shots from this session. If you were out there, you probably got some surfing shots, probably multiple photos, they will be in the complete photo gallery for this day, check them out, the link to the complete gallery is down below.






RVCA New Arrivals





RVCA Women's Swim




You can find more photos from this session, all full size and in high-resolution, in this photo gallery:

Sunset - Wednesday 1-6-2021 Photo Gallery


If you were out there, we probably got some cool surfing shots of you, go check them out!

Wanna see photos from previous days at this and other local surf spots?
Click Surf Spot Galleries and look for the spot and then the date.

RVCA Boys' Apparel


There are more sharks in the water off the coast of Southern California than ever before, according to CSULB's Shark Lab. “This was a big year,” Dr. Chris Lowe, director of the lab, said. “So, even with COVID, we tagged more sharks this year than we have any other year.”

Cal State Long Beach Shark Lab, which has 120 underwater listening stations from San Luis Obispo to San Diego along the coast of California to track sharks, said its team had tagged 38 sharks, more than triple the number that they were able to tag last year.



Lowe states that usually in the fall the sharks would migrate to the south due to water temperature in Southern California getting cooler, so it's a surprise for researchers to find this year so many sharks are still swimming in the region.

"And the aggregations were larger and stayed around longer than they have past years."

Below is satellite tracks (SPOT tags) of young-of-the-year white sharks tagged in SoCal in 2006-2009. Shows typical winter migrations to Baja.





Photos: CSULB's Shark Lab