The Pipeline

The Endless Summer.

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August 30th, 2015

This has been the most consistent summer for waves I have ever seen. Although we only really had three sizable south swells this season, there were several days with consistent 3-4 foot surf and it hardly ever went below 2 ft. The Northshore has also had non stop small swells in the 1-2 foot rangeREAD MORE


Non stop south swells

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June 28th, 2015

The south shore has been pumping out plenty of swell this summer. There have hardly been any flat days and with the exception of one slow week it has rarely been under two feet. There was only one solid swell reaching into the 6 foot plus range, but there have been several days with setsREAD MORE


Summer is off to a good start!

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June 5th, 2015

After a terrible winter and a disappointing spring, summer is getting off to a fairly good start. The Hawai‘i State championships and the Local Motion Surf Into Summer were each held in 3-4 foot waves at Ala Moana Bowls. The Surf Into Summer scored clean conditions for most of their event whereas the states wereREAD MORE


Worst Winter Ever!!!!

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April 22nd, 2015

As winter comes to a close I can confidently say, it was one of the worst I have ever experienced in 25 years of surfing the Northshore. It started off slow, but there were a few fun swells, then the winds and wave patterns were just off all year. In January we had straight northREAD MORE


Surfers hope for a happier New Year

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January 3rd, 2015

The Triple Crown lingered on and on and on this year. To their credit, the waves were junk and they had to work with the windows of contestable waves, but their frequent efforts of holding up the beach in hope for better conditions also holds up residents from their daily routine not to mention theREAD MORE


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