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Mar 17, 2018 05:20 |  #11041

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Mar 17, 2018 07:08 |  #11042

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Mar 17, 2018 07:19 |  #11043

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Mar 17, 2018 07:19 |  #11044

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Mar 17, 2018 12:22 |  #11045

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Well done.

Thank you!


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Mar 17, 2018 13:13 |  #11046

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Mar 18, 2018 09:55 |  #11047

01Ryan10 wrote in post #18587624 (external link)
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That's another great image Ryan! Were you able to get access through one of the homes above or did you have to fight the surf? I've only been there once but making that hike at anything but low tide seems risky especially with camera gear.




  
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Mar 19, 2018 10:32 |  #11048

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That's another great image Ryan! Were you able to get access through one of the homes above or did you have to fight the surf? I've only been there once but making that hike at anything but low tide seems risky especially with camera gear.

Thanks John.

I walked from Little CDM south along the beach. I've been to this location about 4 times and all at low tides. At low tide, there really is no concern of getting wet. I'd say this would be true for a tide of less than 2 feet. There really is only one cove you have to worry about getting locked in, and it's the last one from where I was shooting. There is a corner of pools that fill up with water at probably 3-4 feet tides that will be unavoidable getting wet. Click the link below to see the exact spot where you'd get wet during higher tides...

https://www.google.com …33.5849687!4d-117.8642674 (external link)


Little CDM and basically south several miles through Crystal Cove are well protected from high surf as the underwater rocks and shelf are quite shallow going out several hundred feet. For the most part the heavy surf breaks out quite far and you're left with mostly gentle white water rolling in through the tide pools.

So...My next trip out there will be at a 3-4 foot tide, and I'm sure I will be getting wet waist to chest deep. With that said, I use my thick vinyl bear bag for my gear. It is water proof, (tested myself), and I have no worries about my gear getting wet.

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Mar 19, 2018 14:34 as a reply to  @ 01Ryan10's post |  #11049

That's a really cool bag, I'm putting one of those on my wishlist!




  
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Mar 19, 2018 20:23 |  #11050

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Mar 19, 2018 23:02 as a reply to  @ plantastic's post |  #11052

Absolute stunner!


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Mar 20, 2018 06:16 |  #11053

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Mar 20, 2018 08:08 |  #11054

01Ryan10 wrote in post #18589223 (external link)
Thanks John.

I walked from Little CDM south along the beach. I've been to this location about 4 times and all at low tides. At low tide, there really is no concern of getting wet. I'd say this would be true for a tide of less than 2 feet. There really is only one cove you have to worry about getting locked in, and it's the last one from where I was shooting. There is a corner of pools that fill up with water at probably 3-4 feet tides that will be unavoidable getting wet. Click the link below to see the exact spot where you'd get wet during higher tides...

https://www.google.com …33.5849687!4d-117.8642674 (external link)

Little CDM and basically south several miles through Crystal Cove are well protected from high surf as the underwater rocks and shelf are quite shallow going out several hundred feet. For the most part the heavy surf breaks out quite far and you're left with mostly gentle white water rolling in through the tide pools.

So...My next trip out there will be at a 3-4 foot tide, and I'm sure I will be getting wet waist to chest deep. With that said, I use my thick vinyl bear bag for my gear. It is water proof, (tested myself), and I have no worries about my gear getting wet.

https://www.amazon.com …&sr=8-6&keywords=bear+bag (external link)

Thanks for the details




  
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Mar 20, 2018 20:24 |  #11055

Presha wrote in post #18589751 (external link)
Absolute stunner!

Thank You, Presha!




  
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