Kandui Surf Resort Sep 3rd surf report
It was a little stormy looking today. 4 Bobs had a wave, but the swell had dropped
quite a bit so the guys surfed Nipusi instead. It was overhead with a little bump,
but it cleaned up durning the day and the guys had fun. Around midday, our second boat showed up at Nipusi and relieved the morning crew. For them, the session started out clean and fun, but then slowly backslid into bumpy conditions again with a west wind blowing so the guys headed back. Rifles was clean by then so many of the crew surfed it for the last couple of hours today. Sets were still going a little overhead and there were still a few barrels. Looking at even smaller surf tomorrow.
Kandui Surf Resort Sep 2nd surf report
We were up at the crack again today, hoping for Rifles. Conditions were better this morning with light west winds. The waves were not as big as yesterday afternoon, but overhead and fun. As the tide began to go out, though, conditions deteriorated and there was a lot of funky bump on the waves, but the size picked up and it was as big as yesterday or bigger! There also was a current with the outgoing tide and eventually almost everyone gave up and got out of the water. And, wouldnâ€™t you know it, right after almost everyone had gotten out the current stopped and the ocean flattened out. Sets were still coming in at double overhead, but now it was looking like the Rifles you see in the pictures. Glassy and throwing! Conditions stayed nice, but the size dropped as the tide neared its ebb and we had to wait until it turned around in the afternoon for more barrels. It was not quite as good as the midday session, but there were still some good waves coming through in the afternoon. I think we hatched a new bunch of Rifles addicts today! Looking at smaller surf tomorrow.
Kandui Surf Resort Sep 1st surf report
We got up at the crack of dawn, hoping that Rifles was doing its thing. The swell
was definitely bigger, but there was a storm overnight and Rifles was a bit mixed
up. So we surfed 4 Bobs instead. It was well overhead and it was glassy. As the
morning wore on, the ocean began to settle down. The tide was pretty low by then so we went back to Nipusi. It was even a little bigger than yesterday, going double
overhead plus, plus! It was glassy and no one else was around. The winds began
blowing lightly out of the west so we waited until the tide got higher, then went to
Rifles. It was much more solid out there than yesterday. Some sets were even going double overhead. It wasnâ€™t perfect conditions, but there were still some barrels and definitely there were waves that got the adrenaline pumping! We surfed until we couldnâ€™t see. The swell will probably be dropping tomorrow.
Kandui Surf Resort Aug 31st surf report
Our new south swell was beginning to show out front this morning. For Bobs had some shoulder high plus sets coming through. The winds were out of the east southeast which, unfortunately, is better for the spots that take more of a southwest swell, but we took a look at those spots hoping that some energy was getting in there. It wasnâ€™t. But Nipusi was handling the east wind ok so the guys surfed that. It actually got a little crowded because it was the best spot around, but by midday
everybody got out and that is when our second boat arrived. So that boat had it all
to themselves. The wind slacked off and it got glassy. The swell got even bigger
and sets were going double overhead plus. It was tough to leave the lineup empty
when the waves were that good, but our stomachs were telling us to take a break and we thought Rifles might be doing it late in the afternoon. We did surf Rifles after lunch, but it was kind of lackluster. There were a few sets going two or three feet overhead, but the winds were a little sideshore. We are hoping the swell will increase tomorrow.
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