Nicaragua Surf Report for Wednesday, August 08, 2012

Hola amigos, Lucha Libre Garcia here with your Tuesday surf report.  The waves were kinda small but there were still some fun ones rolling in.  It was running about chest to shoulder high on the bigger sets, the winds were light offshore and the water was nice and clear,  Check it out!!!

Today I got hired by a nice crew from Brazil, and they took a dvantage on the beach to take some photos with currently number 7th rank in the ASP Tour Josh Kerr and Mason Ho.  Welcome down boys!

Bernardo was having a blast out there.  Check him out about to go over the top of this nice left.

Guille was ripping all over the place, all day long.  Here he is caught with a cool frontisde turn on this little nugget. 

Mr Barba was having a good time as well.  That fish was working out well for you my friend, wasn't it?

Pedro El Cabezon Picapiedra was surfing pretty good this morning and he had so much fun, for sure,  Going a little vertical on this section!

Alex trying to get some shade on a nice little left.  It was nice to meeting you all guys.  See you all tomorrow!

Josh Kerr paddled out to one of the sickest wedges in the whole world and he was doing his thing.  Sick snap on a nice section!

Chippa Wilson made it down with Mr Kerr and they both were dominating the lineup.  Busting a sick frontisde air in front of the cameras!

How about Hawaiian Mason Ho attacking the wedge with no compassion.  We met these guys last year on a big swell but it looks like this year they are not going to score any big waves because they are leaving soon.

Mr Chicken de pollo paddled out in the afternon to get wet and he scored a couple of fun ones. Check him out about to throw the lip off the back on this closed out section.

Mr Tony Z scored some of the better waves of the afternoon sesh.  Enjoying some tube time on a nice looking right!

Steffi Kerson was ripping all over the place.  She just won a contest down in San Juan del Sur and now we can see why.  Dammmmmm!!!!

Alright boys, that's all for today.  Stay tuned with us!