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Nicaragua Surf Report for Friday, April 28, 2017

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Top of the morning, y'all! Buenos dias a todos! Welcome to the Nicaragua Surf Report for Friday. We hope you've been productive this week and are looking forward to some well deserved weekend adventures. Well it rained in Nicaragua last night, a full week before my prediction of yesterday. It wasn't a lot but enough to count as the first of the rainy season which usually doesn't get going for a couple more weeks.

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Strolling up to the beach this morning we were greeted by clean offshore conditions which look like they may stick around all day today. Waves are about shoulder high on sets and the water is super warm again.

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At low tide today there were lots of closeouts, with the occasional fast corners. This guy on the green board is about to make the most of this one.

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If you got the right one and were able to make yourself small enough there were even some little tubos to be had. Yeah, Sean!

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This is what happens when you're "just having a look". Hanging out on the should here can really ruin it for the guy in position. Have fun, but please be considerate.

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Shouts out to our neighbor, Rutciel, repping Venezuela and making the most of her morning.

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Speaking of little tubos, bro in the blue rashie got himself a dirty one this morning. We have the full sequence, hermano, so hit us up at photos@surfnsr.com if you'd like to see em.

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Don Pedrisimo was sitting way down the beach in front of Senderos picking off little solo nugs. Better hunt that new access homie!

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Nica surf team Captain, Sean Pearson, made an appearance at the beach today....hucking and hacking as usual.

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You could almost call it head high on the sets today. Anyone for a little beach volleyball this afternoon?

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Sick one, Sean!

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Home town hero, Kevin Cortez got a couple out there too. Ya, he made it.

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Teach em young! They learn how to provide for their families at an early age in Nicaragua. Handlining is one of many essential skills for a grommet growing up on the coast. Thanks for checking in. This little utility swell starts to back off tonight and into tomorrow. Beyond that the forecast is looking good. Keep us locked to your Bookmarks bar and check us out on FB (Nicaragua Surf Report) and IG (@surfnsr). Holla!

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