Sunday, June 23, 2013


After one storm blew past toward the east, I thought it was clear to launch.  But I should have zoomed out on the radar because by the time I made it out to my sheepshead spot, I noticed the horizon was once again menacing.  A flash in the distance prompted me to lay down my rod and put a little chop-chop in the paddle back.  About two thirds of the way in I noticed the shore line was disappearing... it was coming fast.

It wasn't nearly as intense as the one from two years ago, but crazy none the less.  The lightning/thunder toward the end had the pucker effect turned up to 11.

Go 1080p and full screen for full effect.


  1. I have to say that though a bit scary is an awesome video. Way to handle it dude.

  2. I can't wait for the scare factor some day soon. Combat Water Saftey Swimmer here Rob, take me for your camera man next time and I will rescue you if we hit a Typhoon....rrraahhhhhh!

  3. Guau Rob, verdaderamente tuviste que pasar un mal rato, espero que luego tuvieses una gran captura para olvidar el mal momento

    1. Por desgracia, no he entendido nada de mérito. La próxima vez ...


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