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Very Near Wailuku city. One 1km from wailuku rivermouth.
Easy to find?
Alternative name Paukukalo - Wailuku
Good day length
Good swell direction,
Good wind direction,
Swell sizeStarts working at and holds up to
Best tide position
Best tide movement
Best during the winter
By Anonymous , 26-07-2011
Respect is something us haoles need to learn - The Paukukalo locals taught me what it is to show respect to the water, the land, the people, but above all to the ohana. I was lucky enough to be accepted into the hui and am proud to know these fine friends.
Dr. H is a prime example of who the locals hate..not the haoles..the dumbfuk fools who visit the Islands and have no idea what respect means.
Approach the locals, introduce yourself, and ask permission to share their beautiful home with you. Is that too much to ask? Ask about their culture...you'll be surprised at how much you can learn about devotion..to your surroundings, family and friends.
Mahalo Paku's..much love always
By j keau , 12-10-2010
paukukalo 2nd lane - my name is Maka, i grew up on linekona st.,I remember surfing days when I had it all to myself. dont do much surfing anymore due to illness but every kona storm I go there and pay omnage to my home town. remember donald guzman,george balbardi, the du pont bros, loyd isimini,anthony salsido, and many more,man those were da days
By Anonymous , 30-09-2010
the old daze - as a haole from the NorthEast it was great to be accepted as a local at Paukukalo by paying my dues, at first I was told to go home, but when I surfed the locals said I surfed pretty good for a Haole, I said tanx bra, 'cause I live Happy Valley li dat ! this was 1981-82
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