We do a new giveaway every month, and you can always find it at HoStevie.com/WIN
This month’s prize is our popular Surf Poncho. We sold out quickly after launch date, and we just got more back in stock.
People often ask what “Ho Stevie!” means, and I don’t blame them. It’s a pretty random name 😉
Watch the first 4 seconds of this video and you’ll understand.
The last time I made a video and named this spot, a few people got their undies in a bundle…
So now it will be referred to as the “Secret San Diego Slab”.
First contest of the year! At least for me.
The level of talent in these small contests is pretty amazing, and I definitely am not on that level haha. But it’s fun to get some friends to enter, so I can at least compete against them.
The swells keep getting bigger and bigger at The Wedge, and this was the biggest one so far this year.
It wasn’t huge, but a solid 10 feet probably. Next week looks even bigger…
San Diego saw some fun south swell last week (at least the spots that picked it up). Windansea was one of those spots.
I took the drone out for only the 2nd time, and I’m getting pretty comfortable with it. When I got to the bench, an older guy just getting there with his lunch, so we shared the bench. He had some good stories, and he wanted me to film the Del Mar Castle, but I’m gonna stick to filming surfing 😉
The Wedge has been macking, did you see our Facebook Live broadcast?
My buddy Ian went to The Wedge the day after I was there, and he got some great shots.
If you’ve been watching our videos on Youtube, you probably saw a few drone edits that we made.
My friend Tony would fly the drone and do the filming, and then I would edit the footage afterwards.
It was a great system, and I really appreciate his help. But sometimes our schedules just wouldn’t work out, and we couldn’t meet up to film when I wanted.
So I decided to get a drone myself, so I could be in full control.
Yesterday afternoon, a swimmer at Corona del Mar State Beach was attacked… probably by a shark.
The woman (estimated by lifeguards to be 40-50 years old) was found 150 yards offshore, bleeding heavily from her torso.
What do you do when the surf is small, but you still want to get out there? Wavestorm of course!
Ian came down to San Diego for his birthday, and it’s just not a birthday without surfing.