Rivermouth-created surf break, with waves breaking along sandbars in front of or alongside a river-cut channel. Most pointbreaks are in a sense rivermouth breaks—Malibu and Rincon in California, for example—as the points were created by river-flow alluvial deposits. But surfers generally view a rivermouth break as having a more immediate connection between river and wave. Rivermouth waves come in ...

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