This is the best shot Alex Aguera took of me while SUP foiling, he better stick to designing foils. Just kidding, I didn't know he had a telelens. I still like it, since it shows the advantage of having a front foot strap while pumping the board in a flat section. Pumping is possible also without it, but you can pull the nose up easier with it.
This is the spot I surfed afterwards.
6am significant buoy readings
No indication of southerly energy at the buoys, the Surfline forecast calls for 0.6f 10s.
15.3ft @ 19s from 326° (NW)
5.4ft @ 14s from 337° (NNW)
6.9ft @ 13s from 312° (NW)
Wind map at noon shows very light onshores, it's gonna be calm in the morning instead.
North Pacific shows the big fetch of today's swell now oriented mostly towards Baja.
South Pacific shows a small southerly fetch.
Morning sky shows more sunshine, but with the tail of the front associated with the swell approaching Kauai.