Posts Tagged ‘surf’

Nica POV Surf Edit

Well, I finally got the GoPro out into some real surf. Spent a week down in Nicaragua and surfed various spots around the Popoyo area. All of this footage is from Popoyo reef. Another post will be coming soon with more trip details and some photos. Special thanks to Waves of Love for housing and feeding us […]

Hurricane Edouard Swell

Hurricane Edouard came up the East Coast far enough away from land that it sent a solid 3-4 foot swell with a 13-14 second period. Usually when a long period swell hits the coast of Florida it results in nothing but close-outs at most beaches. For two days I decided to venture over to the most […]

ESA NCFL Contest #4

ESA’s North Central Florida district held contest #4 this past weekend at Ponce Inlet. The conditions looked less than favorable, but rideable, and with the forecast calling for increased windswell as the day went on, everyone maintained a positive vibe. The morning conditions proved to be the most challenging with waist to occasional chest high […]

The Inlet’s Inside Right

When the day presents you with lemons, you make lemonade. That’s exactly what happened today. I left the house early in the morning, heading to Daytona for the NCFL ESA contest #3. Surf conditions were out of control, with SSE winds gusting to over 30mph and sporadic rain showers, it just wasn’t inviting at all. […]

ESA SE Regional Championships

ESA South East Regional Championships were held this past weekend in the rippable waves of New Smyrna Inlet. Sunday’s events presented the champions of each division as the finals got under way around 9am. Surfers and spectators were greeted to waist to chest high, wedgie peaks. Contestants made the most of the conditions and gave […]

ESA NCFL Contest #1

The first contest of the North Central Florida District ESA went on yesterday in Ormond Beach in fun, super clean waves. The first heat hit the water between 8:30 and 9:00. With high tide a little after 11, the incoming push made the waves seem to pick up a bit through the morning. The surf […]