It’s well out of season, but the north pumps anyway.

We’ve had a very unseasonal series of swell pulses here on the north shore over the past couple of weeks. This past week alone saw waves in the 2-5 foot range almost all week long although there has been a lot of backwash to contend with, due to the build up of sand on the beaches on the north shore in summer time. This time of the year, you would normally be swimming around in super clear tropical waters, checking out cool stuff like Hawaiian sea turtles and spinner dolphins and the like. The surf is normally only to be found on Oahu’s south shores in the middle of summer. Getting to surf north shore is a big treat for surfers at this time of the year. Crew have been getting amongst it too. Check out these surfing photographs from the week gone by. Enjoy…

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