Nicaragua Surf Report for Tuesday, October 28, 2008

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Welcome everyone to the Tuesday surf report.  This is Jairo “Come Pan” Panic bringing you some surf shots from our home break Maderas.  The waves were running an inconsistent waist to chest high on sets with really good form and the weather was beautiful.    Check out what we got.

Today was a really good day to be in the water and to learn how to surf.  There were some girls in the water showing us what a couple of lessons can do.  With the first surf shot we have a beginner getting a nice ride on this nice looking right.  If you are planning to travel to Nicaragua and are interested in learning how to surf or improving your skills, NSR Surf School is inviting you to take the best surf lessons of your life.  For more information send us an email at: [email protected].

The waves were small today.  Rex “La Bestia” Calderon wasn’t worried about the size because he was ripping it up all over the place and enjoying whatever waves came his way.  Here he is with a nice back side snap on this left

Roberto and D-lite’s daughters had a great time at the beach.  They weren’t worried about the waves, only how to communicate with each other!  They have definitely crossed the language barrier

I decided to paddle out to show off some of my own skills, but not on my sponge.  Instead, I abused a longboard and enjoyed the nice weather.  You don’t believe me?   Check this picture out and just imagine how much fun I had!!!

With the next surf shot we got Rodolfo “EL Calibilly” Villareal with one of the bigger sets of the day. This guy always seems to be in the right spot.  The waves are supposed to be small for the next couple of days so as always we will try to keep you entertained.  Please be sure to check in tomorrow.