Surfing Stuff

Ok, well i really like surfing and well who doesnt. I've been trying to look for some pretty fun and SAFE surfspots to just cruise my fuze. I've gotten out to flat island, ehh its alrite. I've surfed bowls at magic island and a few spots around waikiki, a little sketchy sometimes on a low tide. The mokes look really fun, i'd like to try it in the channel on a good sized day. I've also seen some videos of guys surfing someplace in kaneohe? If anybody knows about it, i'd like to try and check it out. Just wanted some input here.

Thanks So Much,

Submitted by kcchee11 on Thu, 04/23/2009 - 7:12pm

The mokes is good stuff. Theres almost always surf between the islands and at wraparounds. Can get really big there especially on north and east swells. Mo betta for using a surfboard on those days if its breaking. Julz87 remembers an epic day in a 6man there.

#1 Thu, 04/23/2009 - 8:31pm

bird shits good fun. From bird shit just head straight to shore. Some good stuff there. Kaneohe has good surf breaks everywhere.

#2 Thu, 04/23/2009 - 9:48pm

Watch out for that twister break, just inside Birdshit, for it has snapped a few canoes in half. Just avoid Zombies when surfing in to shore. MCBH got good stuff outside N. Beach, Pyramid Rock can be hairy, and I went ama under on a 2-man just outside Turtle Rock. Great surf way outside Runway Beach, but now got big uncool U.S. Navy Warning signs posted on the reefs. You can catch the breakers outside Kipapa Isl. and ride them inside almost to Steamship Channel. When it is breaking, outside Chinaman's Hat got some cool rides. Then there are the outside breaks at Kaaawa and Kahana Bay. Or go surf Goat Island. However, Old Mans in Waikiki is still my favorite, but occasionally, I'm always a sucker for No. 3's or 4's. where I get smash sometimes. Now a days got to share the surf with the SUP's.

#3 Thu, 04/23/2009 - 10:42pm

Any good places to surf oc1 in Southern California? I recall seeing a video of Jude from Huki, Danny Ching, and a few others surfing oc1 and surfskis - looked like it was some sort of paddling clinic.

Is this somewhere near Redondo Beach?

#4 Sat, 04/25/2009 - 8:03pm

ray bay in Long Beach is mean. Its on the left of the jetty in the canal channel. Good stuff there during high tide. Took the kahakai 4man there a few times and shredded. Doing around the breakwall runs when its windy is good fun too.

#5 Sat, 04/25/2009 - 8:17pm

Yesterday we shuttled and then surfed downwind along the Maine coast for 3 hours , it was awesome . 6 foot wind chop in some areas .

Kind of like a Hawaii Kai run on a good day but 4 times as long.

If any of you people come to Maine , I`ll show you the good places to paddle... :)

#6 Sun, 04/26/2009 - 6:35am


If you are ever in S.D. :

Anywhere from Point Loma ( Harbor Mouth ) all the way up to Hill St breaks outside and real gentle.

Mission Bay Jetty Mouth when its stormy ... Even breaks i
inside on rare days.

Don't know the name of it but there is a rock in deep water off of Sea Ridge Drive that is pretty consistant but you need a paddle to catch/ ride it .. Rare that its ever attempted by boardies.

L.J. Shores if you want little waves but crowded with other paddlers sometimes.


#7 Sun, 04/26/2009 - 11:19am

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