Ian Walsh in a bottom turn setting up a barrel.
He travelled quite a bit in this one, but didn't find the exit.
This other spot was going off too.
5am significant buoy readings
No energy at the buoys, the Surfline forecast calls for 0.7f 10s, probably flat.
4.2ft @ 13s from 329° (NW)
2.4ft @ 15s from 312° (NW)
No big deal, since there's still 8f 10s from 64 degrees in the water and that will provide plenty waves to ride in the morning too. Stay tuned for a beach report from Hookipa around 7am.
Wind map at noon shows a switch of the winds from a predominant southerly direction (which will make for very clean conditions all morning on all the north shore) to a possible very light trades in the Hookipa area. Overall, it should be another beautiful day of clean surf.
North Pacific shows a weak distant WNW fetch and a weak easterly windswell one.
Nothing on offer in the South Pacific.
Morning sky. Should be a stunning day.