Magicseaweed.com was forecasting near perfect 10 foot swell for 11am Saturday, so we thought we'd head out and see what we found. The waves were epic, but unfortunately there were a dozen or so surfers already there, so we waited for them to get tired and headed out about 1pm. Shingles beach is a random place, it is situated just up from the Mouth of the Buller River, so most of the time it's river water (So fresh!) rather than sea. Anyhow, these pictures have been taken from the road on the flood walls. The 96 Waveblaster is lokey, Superjet is fail_boat and the 95 is myself. Another mate was out on his 96 Blaster as well but some how we didn't get any pics of him. Couple of bits of carnage, first lokey sucked up some debri, only a stick so nothing major, next bit of carnage was my face: That's why you wear helmets. Oh well, four stitches later and I'll be out again today.