A prone foil session (more like another lame attempt to ride my too short for my skill 4 foot board) and a shortboard session for me yesterday. This is Honolua which was beautiful as usual on an easterly trades day. I didn't surf it, as I thought I was going to have more fun on an imperfect but uncrowded left than on a perfect but crowded right. I was correct, as I caught a bunch of waves by myself, but I ended up surfing too long and my shoulder this morning is in need of rest. Might take a few days by the look of it. That's why this morning's call is so late: I slept in.
Granger Larsen setting up the barrel.
Looks like one of the Roberson kids (but not 100% sure).
This was Lanes at sunset. Hookipa still had some size.
The windsurfing conditions at Hookipa were epic once again, I officially miss doing that. I got cortisone injections scheduled in a week, but I'll need my fingers to completely heal before I can get back into that. Might be a long time. Photo by Jimmie Hepp from this gallery.
5am significant buoy readings
1.7ft @ 13s from 225° (SW)
If Lanai feels something, there might easily be something. Yesterday the Lahaina side looked like knee high. Today Ala Moana looks pretty small, but not flat.
7.4ft @ 17s from 306° (WNW)
5.4ft @ 12s from 335° (NNW)
4.6ft @ 13s from 325° (NW)