Watch: Andrew Mooney's endless Canadian lefthander
Like many before and many after, the Central Coast's Andrew Mooney has clocked his hours of QS, tapped out and found fulfilment elsewhere.
Widely recognised for his proficiency in holding rail in heavy wave environments (Exhibit A: Cape Fear 2016), Mooney's also a gun in the high performance department. It's this kind of combo that provided him with a real edge in the foam sculpting trade.
Mooney's enterprise, Serpent Sleds, has gone from strength to strength with a reputation for delivering in conditions from summer slop to throating cavern.
A few years back, Mooney hopped a plane with filmmaker pal, Owen Milne and cast off into the Canadian wilderness. The pair wandered their way into the lap of a delicious lefthand pointbreak that just so happened to thrive in the aftermath of an Atlantic hurricane.
Mooney brought with him a curious silhouette, wide set with a crazy hip leading into a tight tail. The thing looks strange, but our protagonist makes good use of its speed and snappy release on his cold water canvass.
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