Nicaragua Surf Report for Thursday, June 18, 2009

Hi there, this is Roberto “Lucha Libre” Garcia getting back to the action.  Today we headed out to the beach expecting to score some fun waves and we did.  The waves were running about chest to shoulder high on sets, the wind was perfect offshore and the water was warm and clear.  Check out what we got for today!!!

Today a crew from Chicago decided to take the best surf lesson in the country.  The NSR Surf School was so glad to teach these guys how to surf and they did it pretty well out there.  Here we have a cool shot of the whole group.

The girls showed all they learned from the NSR Surf instructors out there in the lineup.  Here they are taking some waves by themselves.  Good job ladies!!!

Here we have another girl part of the crew killing it with a solid stand up on this little nugget.  It was so nice to see all these guys having fun together.

The boys were doing their thing as well, taking waves all over the place.  This is Jeff dropping into a nice right.  He decided to drink a couple tonas before he paddled out, and he said they were working very well.

Nothing better after a good surf session with the NSR Surf School than a few tonas to chill out.  The boys were so stoked to make it out and they are going to have this week to keep practicing.

The waves got better when the tide started to go out and there were many good ones to be had.  This is David “El Grenudo” bottom turning a nice right at Machete Pt.


Our very own D-lite was able to catch some fun waves this morning.  Check him out with a sick round house on this left.  Sweet style buddy!!!

On this shot we have an unknown rider grabbing the rail and working on his backside style on this cool left hander.  The waves were not really big today but they had great form.

A few local surfers were out doing their thing all over the place, ripping it up.  Here we have one of them going big with an amazing backside 360’s.

Nothing better than a good session with your fellas!!!

Alright folks, that’s all for today.  The swell is building for the next days so please stay tuned with us.