The Cambrian

February 6, 2014 11:34 AM

Cambria surfers’ close encounters with a great white shark

Sunday, Jan. 26, was the kind of day wave riders crave: Classically curvy sets — 8- to-10-footers — were rolling in to Moonstone Beach. Cambria professional surfer Mike Klatt paddled his board out 50 yards past the rocks that protrude directly offshore from the Santa Rosa Creek viewing area, to a “take-off” spot, like he has done many times for many years.

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