Spring Honolua April 5th 2013

It seems like this whole winter season I’ve been on a bad rotation. All the good windows to capture swells didn’t match up to my schedule. Finally I was able to link up and capture some of this solid late season pulse. After a slow morning the sets started to fill in throughout the afternoon. I was hoping to capture happy hour with more consistency, though we were greeted with high clouds and long intervals. It was nice to be out in the water for a few hours regardless. Honolua is such a sacred area that we are all lucky enough to enjoy. 

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