Here’s 2016 British champ Jobe Harriss finding a couple of drainers at a shallow Scottish slab.
Jobe was up in Scotland for the Thurso open, where he was battling to retain his spot at the top of the UK Pro Surf Tour rankings. Ahead of the start of the comp he managed to find a bit of solitude with master surf filmer Mr B at one particularly shallow slab.
“One day of swell, a six hour wind window, the tide changing, and just when all hope is lost…” describes Mr B. “The best sessions always seem to come unexpected – the sun came out, the waves perfect but shallow, and Jobe took advantage despite the dry reef. One of those special mornings in Scotland…”
Want to learn to get barrelled like Jobe? Read his tips, along with those from two other British barrel hounds, here.