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Super long paddle out--not even worth it. Only breaks good during a few times in the summer. Don't come here unless you know the reef, or else you WILL almost kill yourself.
Dry reef, especially on low tide. Close outs all over the place. Locals are protective over the spot--have no clue why. They should surf town instead.
You should probably go to town if you want more safe waves and more consistent surf and not crazy dry reef and long paddle outs.
By Anonymous , 28-07-2009
Same spot? - Not sure if we surfed secrets but surfing at kai is awesome because there's no crowds! other then locals that have been more then willing to share there waves.
By Anonymous , 04-11-2008
Toes - If your goofy foot, then check out toes reef because the left is the best. Just go to kawaikui beack park which is across the street from hawaii loa ridge entrance. Be respectful to the locals and malama o ke kai.
By Anonymous , 28-07-2008
Talofa? - Isn't 'Talofa' a Samoan word? Can a Samoan be a true local in Hawaii? Are you a true local at Secrets? Are you one of the very few Hawaiians in Hawaii who are 100% Hawaiian? Living in Aina Haina? Eh, Talofa! Whoever you are, you is one stupid bugga to think the ocean belong to you and you millionaire ohana @ Aina Hana. Am I rhyming yet? Then hear this: Talofa one big joka, his mouth go yaka yaka and he drive a jacalaka, wants one priveledge in da ocean, but he just one midget Samoan!
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