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Heli-surfing Alaska again

By |November 4th, 2013|

Dreams do come true. Sometimes more than once.

There’s plenty of times in any Alaskan surfer’s life where you catch yourself daydreaming about floating over this mountain range to check the surf, landing on that tiny beach and paddling out for a session, skipping the 12 hour boat ride around the Kenai Peninsula. Turns out there is this little machine known […]

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Bore Fever!

By |July 3rd, 2013|

There is a condition we call bore fever.  I’ve been infected with it over the years, though my symptoms have definitely lessened after finally catching the elusive giant wave last year after a multi month effort. Bore fever for myself and our friends is  an obsession with chasing the the bore tide that has symptoms like 7hr drives to try and catch a single wave. Waking up at 4am for an early morning tide. Paddling till you feel like throwing up to try and catch back up to the wave after a wipeout.  Watching this video below it appears there is one individual who has come down with his own case of bore fever. […]

Cook Inlet winter session video

By |January 31st, 2013|

The forecast looked good. Strong west winds should send a little swell across Cook Inlet to hit the beaches within our reach from the road system on the Kenai Peninsula. Our friend Matt Wild made the often treacherous 4.5 hr drive down from Anchorage to meet up with us in Homer to film some Alaskan winter surfing. […]

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Surfing Alaska in January

By |January 31st, 2013|

It’s been a pretty slow winter for surfing close to home here in Homer, Alaska. The gulf has been lit up with nearly endless storms it seems, but as usual, access to the waves has been limited. Darkness, storms, freezing spray, strong winds and a tendency for hibernation all playing their part. I’m sure the surfers in Yakutat, Kodiak and Sitka have been getting their share this winter. […]

Surfing in Juneau, Alaska – video

By |December 4th, 2012|

We are excited to be able to share a video and a few photos from fellow Alaskan surfer Freddie Munoz.  As I’m sure you’ll agree, Freddie’s video provides a nice, intimate view of the surf culture in a place that even waves have trouble reaching!

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Alaska Sessions – Encore Show

By |November 29th, 2012|

Following up on a sold out show for the world premier, the surf film Alaska Sessions will be available for your viewing pleasure again on Saturday, December 1st at 1pm at the Homer Theatre in Homer, Alaska.

If you missed it the first time, or where one of the poor folks who we had to turn away at the door, I hope […]

Trick or Treat?

By |October 31st, 2012|

 

Trick or Treat? Did Iceman make it out of this one in his black ninja costume?

Iceman surfing a barreling river mouth last weekend. We are heading back out after this one again on Friday if you want to join us. Hopefully it will be twice as big and blowing offshore!

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Fall sunrise session – video clip

By |October 31st, 2012|

Just a little glimpse at a recent sunrise in the gulf of Alaska. You can see a selection of photos from this surf session in a post from last week.

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