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Three standup paddle surfers near the Cook Inlet in Girdwood, Alaska, ride a 5-mile wave for 45 minutes, which is about 44 minutes longer than any wave I've been able to catch since I moved to California. This type of wave is created by what is known as a tidal bore, which happens when the incoming tide creates a wave that travels up a small bay's current, making it a true "tidal wave". Grind TV | Via


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