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Down the Line

DOWN THE LINE Surf Talk Podcast Scott Bass and David Scales talk about all things surfing; surf travel, culture, history, competition, swells, art, movies, icons, legends, business, local, non-local, longboard, shortboard, boogie board, wait, no boogie board... SUP, whatever. Nothing is off limits and the gloves are off. Show segments include Fact or Fiction, Kook and Duke, Must See Moments and tons of thousands of kilos of weighty issues and topics. IT IS ALL discussed. And then some. We are based in SoCal but talk about the WORLD of surfing.

POD: Ryan Sakal

Dec 19, 2018 – Ryan Sakal is a craftsman – second generation Californian craftsman; a stellar shaping pedigree. He also is a world class surfer. But he wouldn’t boast. He’s quiet, unassuming, and professional – He will tell you that the US surfboard manufacturing industry is an important vital part of surf culture; and that the history of California board building should not be denied or obliterated. Listen in.

POD: Damien Hobgood

Dec 4, 2018 – Professional surfer Damien Hobgood about the challenges involved with transitioning away from the myopic focus of surfing and into adulthood, family life, the fallacy of affirmation addiction, and what act two holds. Let us begin.

POD: Matt Biolos

Nov 5, 2018 – Matt Biolos is forth right. He is direct and without evasion. Blunt talking and straight shooting. This is Matt Biolos in a nutshell. Some might say gruff. But they have only seen the thin exterior crust. Podcast brought to you in part by RIDELIST. Find, Share and Sell, Action Sports gear with those like you, those who Ride.

POD: Stu Kenson

Oct 22, 2018 – It’s ideal when the guy making your boards is a red hot surfer, in all types of conditions, on all types of equipment. It also helps if that shaper has been mentored in his craft by the likes of Rusty Preisendorfer and Al Byrne. For your listening enjoyment, we offer for you, Mr. Stu Kenson.

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