New "HUGE SURF" site

Saturday, January 17, 2009

I have moved to WordPress as a new host for this "Huge Surf" site. Link here.

Sets of photos on flickr. Link here.

Thursday, January 15, 2009

EXPLORE Nice wave developed today. Waist to chest and glassy. Frigid though. Water hi 30's, air temp about 5.

Monday, January 12, 2009

LATE-DAY SURF Waves picked up nicely yesterday afternoon. Waist high, glassy long lines. Not a lot of power, but nice to get out and surf. Cold, air about 20, water 40.

REMEMBER: Be nice to the Plow-truck drivers.

Imagine having to dig out after surfing a couple hours in freezing temperature.

Saturday, January 10, 2009

OFF PATHI've been exploring beyond the usual breaks.

Getting away from the crowds and routine.

Breaking a few rules along the way.

Finding some great coves. This was chest high, breaking over shallow rock.

And some sketchy ledges. At least head high, if not bigger.

Sunday, December 28, 2008

IMAGES FROM THE 21STThis was the morning of the day we got 14 inches of snow.

Waves were waist to head high and glassy.

The air temp was about 5, the water low 40's. Made for some great sea-smoke on the water.

Guys would go out, catch 4 or 5 waves, and run back to their cars.

Tuesday, December 16, 2008


Knee to waist and glassy with bigger sets. Grey and cold, in the mid-thirties.

Sunday, December 14, 2008


Waist to overhead with offshore wind. Air temp around 20, water in the 40's. No power for two days. More images here.

Saturday, December 06, 2008

FLORIDA THANKSGIVINGWent to FLA, to visit family and show off Emmett, over Thanksgiving week. My Brother-in-Law, Paul with fried turkey.

New Smyrna Beach dunes.

Manatees at Blue Springs state park.

Thursday, November 20, 2008

20 MONTHS, Joey Radford's surf short was in the "Proven in the Northeast" film contest. Great film! This film has some of Maines best unknown surfers at some of Maines best unknown breaks, you are privileged to see of these waves on film. Great job Joey! I am not sure what he wins, but vote for it here.

Monday, November 17, 2008

GULF OF MAINE Pulled this image from the GoMOOS (Gulf of Maine Ocean Observing System) website. A great resource for swell and ocean information. Unfortunately they are removing some of their buoys due to funding shortfalls.