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South Shore, near Honolulu. Don't show your face...
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Alternative name RBs
Good day length
Good swell direction, ,
Good wind direction,
Swell sizeStarts working at and holds up to
Best tide position
Best tide movement
don't drop in on locals or get your face smashed...watch out for them...
By jared leto , 27-04-2010
look at all the aloha from you guys. - you get waves at bowls because you drop in or snake waves. you have to...i surf there too. if you surf a break alot you can be a little more aggressive..you put in the time to be there all the time and dial in the wave. if you show up and have never surfed it or area bi-weekendly warrior..then be patient and be alert...take the waves you can without being an ass until you've surfed there alot. whether you went to punahou or smoke meth in front of the nanikuli 76 station, we live here...so have aloha and if someones being an idiot...tell them. theres just no need for this stupid bickering...you getting paid to surf..? didnt think so. so why you so worried.
By Anonymous , 31-12-2009
- best wave on the south shore by far when its on, better than bowls. it just only gets like that a handful of times a year and needs to be at least solid 4 feet to break good, and closes out at 7.
By Anonymous , 19-12-2007
Cut the crap and take off deep if you have probs - Noone should drop in on anyone...period. I sure as hell don't, and I never had a problem anywhere...even in California or Oregon.
BTW, my last name is Ho'opi'i, which shouldn't, but does matter to some.
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