Leftovers, Rightovers, and Alligator Rock
Just past leftovers you'll find rightovers, which breaks right into a shallow channel, and is normally best suited for longboards.
Alligator Rock is the right breaking wave on the opposite side of the channel from leftovers. This high performance wave can throw some mean barrels when the conditions are right.
The current can be strong at all of these breaks, and if you relax too long, it will pull you in too deep and leave you stranded on the shallow inside. Just keep your bearing and stay in position.
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Park in the small dirt lot right in front of the channel where you can see the surf break.
The entry into the channel is very rocky, which is probably what keeps a lot of surfers away. Just take it slow and time it right.
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Satellite Location Map
Leftovers is the next visible surf break past Chuns as your driving up towards Waimea Bay from Haleiwa.
6-12' NW winter swell