Last 10 WindLogs

06/23/2019 (30th this year)
Laura @ The Hatch, WA

Board: '? RRD Wavetwin 66         Sail: '11 Naish Force 3.4

I thought having the entire Hatch to myself would be something special, but actually it was something lonely. If there had been massive swell maybe that would have been cool, but alas it was normal swell. Of course massive swell would have caused there to be massive people (amounts, not size). Anyways, it was really fun and even more fun when Buck joined me!

06/23/2019 (39th this year)
Mike Murphy @ BIB

Board: '19 JP 113 FWP         Sail: '18 EZZY 5.3 ELITE

039 - Out between the spoils and back along the drop-off, a few times to the north end.  Good power, light chop, only small holes and a few big gusts.. 

06/23/2019 (16th this year)
Alissa @ McGee Beach, TX

Board: Angulo Triumph 81, JP radical wave 65L         Sail: 4.2 S2 Dragon '18, 4.6 S2 Dragon '18

Really fun to be out. Especially since both of my last two sessions sucked, one due to breaking a boom and the other due to taking vacation and driving to the gulf setting out my gear, only to realize I didn't have my mast base. Only minor issue was being overpowered the whole time. I even came and rerigged and was still overpowered. Fun with a lot of people out. I don't understand why people prefer this launch to cole park. To me it's tougher parking, much harder launch, longer walk, further to fresh water, lots of civilians in the way, not as clean swell, and sand to get in everything. I still love it. Still grateful to have it as an option. Still super psyched for the sesh.

06/23/2019 (40th this year)
Buck McRockbuff @ Hatchery, WA

Board: '? RRD WaveTwin 66         Sail: '14 The Fly 3.2

Quick sess before L went to work. She had the ENTIRE place to herself until I managed to drag my ass out there.

06/22/2019 (29th this year)
Laura @ The Wall, WA

Board: '? RRD Wavetwin 66, Fanatic Quad 81         Sail: '11 Naish Force 3.4

Two mini sessions - Very powered until it wasn't. Then went on bigger board as it filled back in. The Wall is my happy place for sure.

06/22/2019 (39th this year)
Buck McRockbuff @ The Wall, WA

Board: '? RRD WaveTwin 66         Sail: '14 The Fly 3.2

UK Girl's car was the only one on the stretch when we arrived.

Rigged the 3.2 which was adequate for a bit until there was a 5 minute hole which brought us all in. Called it a day and didn't go back out after the hole was filled.

06/21/2019 (38th this year)
Buck McRockbuff @ Hatchery, WA

Board: '? RRD WaveTwin 66         Sail: '14 The Fly 3.2

Super lit! 2 more days of nukers, then it's foiling time again.

06/21/2019 (38th this year)
Mike Murphy @ BIB

Board: '14 JP 93 FWP, '19 JP 113 FWP         Sail: '18 EZZY 5.3 ELITE

038 - Way overpowered from the start, did change to smaller board, just stopped rather than re-rig smaller sail.

06/21/2019 (19th this year)
Mark @ Windy Point

Board: Slingshot Wizard 125         Sail: 5.6 Severne S-1 Pro

I used my 2018 Severne S-1 Pro 5.6 today for the first time since my Freek is getting a mast sleeve repair. This is the nicest sail I have ever owned and was great today with the Fatboy 84 foil. I still prefer to unhook in gusty conditions to keep my flight more stable. Just waterstartable at times, but foil flying over 95%.

06/20/2019 (28th this year)
Laura @ The Wall, WA

Board: '? RRD Wavetwin 66         Sail: Combat Fly HD 3.2

Snagged a nice morning session due to camping there. Super fun!