Telo Island Lodge Surf Report - Tribute to Tony

We are winding up the end of Trip 24, and the boys here have scored some serious waves all trip. It is the last day today and also the first day where there isn’t overhead waves peeling down the reef in front of the lodge. We have had predominant north winds most days, which has limited our options in the area, but having Max’s Right out the front meant that we didn’t need to travel anywhere to score great surf. 

We still managed to sneak in a few sessions at Max’s Left, The Bubble, Le Ba and Kindies — which definitely helped in regards to variety of waves on the low wind days, however I think most people will be taking home fond memories of Max’s Right as it truly is a sight to behold when the stars align as they did on a few sessions this trip.

Next week sees the swell decrease a bit, with more variable winds so I think a few more options may be on the cards. It has been a super cool trip with these legends this past ten days, and next week we have returning guests as well so let's hope Huey shows up the the party, and we can put our guys into more of what they expect out here in the Telo Islands.

Benjamin Conn - ben@teloislandlodge.com

Bill dropping into a beauty at Le Ba.

Butcher tucking under one at Max's Left.

A great morning to remember a friend.

Dave drawing a nice line at Le Ba.

Don on an absolute screamer out the front.

George almost hitting the boat with spray on this one at Max’s Left.

Johnny off the top.

Ruskin bashing the lip.

Sab lofting out the front.

Scotty putting his stick on rail.

The lads sharing a laugh in the mangroves.

And Scott again cracking a long Max’s Right wall.

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