About The Washout

The most popular and consistent spot in southern South Carolina. Semi-submerged short groins every 100 yards (91m) are a hazard at higher tides, but generally the sandbars are farther out. Can hold the larger swells. Mid incoming can deliver powerful, hollow waves.
Besides the rips and submerged chunks of jetty, there are also sharks, jellyfish, and territorial locals to watch out for.

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Stormrider Guide for The Washout
  • All Tides All Tides
  • Pier, Groyne or Jetty with Peaks Pier, Groyne or Jetty with Peaks
  • Sand Sand
  • NE - S NE - S
  • North Westerly North Westerly
  • 12 2 Swell Range 2 - 12ft

Swell Consistency and Wind Overview

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