Telo Island Lodge Surf Report

It’s been astoundingly perfect “Bar Conditions” the last few days, and we have managed to make the most of it and give the ocean a bit of a break from our guests constant slicing and carving so it can recover before a return to normal programming with the forecast pulse in a few days time.

Despite the calm that has descended on most of Indonesia, we were still able to put the guests into fun little waves on specific tides round in the back yard at "Max’s Left”  where the gin clear water and bright sunny days coupled up with the odd waist to shoulder high wave have made for great fun outdoors.

Today saw a shifting breeze making things extra tricky on the location selection, but we eventually scored a great session at “Kindies” in super clean 3 foot conditions. The super long swell period gave everyone plenty of time to position themselves between sets so everybody managed to score more than a few great waves. The predicted rise is forecast to begin showing today (31/07/2015) so you can guess where we will be as you read this report. The busy part of the season has past now and the glory of August and September just round the corner, there’s lots to be happy about.


Declan finding a bit of power from nowhere.

Ian on one of the “Flat” days at Max’s Left.

Ivan seconds from setting the inside rail for the wrap.

Joel right in the sweet spot before the fast inside bit at Max’s Left.

Mick managing to dislodge a bit of water.

Mitch taking out the "Turn Of the Report” award at Max’s Left.

Sam floating over the coral on the inside at Max’s.

Steve leaving a pretty distinctive trail in the lip.

We are not sure what is going on here, perhaps some sort of Aquatic ceremony and the liberal application of Bintang.

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