Craig Anderson, widely celebrated for his distinctive style, grace and radical manoeuvres. Hailing from South Africa but making his mark in Australia, Anderson’s approach to surfing is both smooth and innovative. Renowned for his laid-back attitude off the water, he just exudes a cool. Makes you sick doesn’t it, take a couple of minutes out of your life to watch him show off, only joking, we love you Ando, sort of. X
Just another day at the office – Dbah – Monday 19 February 2024, the swell dropped off a notch and Duranbah but it was still was looking good early on. Mick Fanning came out to show everyone how its done, but there were lots of waves to go around. @surftoday_
Without going over the top we could say we have just seen the best swell of the year so far in Les Landes. Day after day of epic conditions, solid waves brushed by continuous offshore winds for those surfers who decided to stay at home. Judge for yourself by checking out this video. @ripitup.fr
Featuring: Joan Duru, Benjamin Sanchis, Miky Picon, Marc Lacomare, Vincent Duvignac, Patrick Beven, Aritz Aranburu and Charly Quivront.
SURFISH is an Australian surfing, camping and fishing film. We set off with hopes of reaching the Western Australian coastline. We chose this part of Australia due to there being world class left hand barrels whilst having large species of fish that I often don’t have the chance to catch.
Holly and I live on the East coast, and had thousands of kilometres of driving ahead of us to hopefully achieve our goals of great waves and great fish. After a long and precarious drive across the country. We made it to our destination. On the first day of arriving over West I managed to spear the fish of my dreams. A large Spanish Mackerel approached me whilst i was solo diving at sunset before heading back for our first night at camp. Somehow, I managed to land this fish and body surf it in through the reef pass.
After many weeks of small and flat days of waves we finally got to experience our first proper swell of the trip. I managed to score the longest barrel of my life. A wave that will forever be engrained in my brain.
On our off days we would watch large tuna and mackerel chase schools of baitfish in front of our camp. My friend Jared and I spent time modifying his drone to hopefully be able to reach these fish that were beyond our casting range. On three occasions we managed to hook fish using the drone. First attempt I got reefed. Second attempt we landed a small Longtail. And on the third attempt the fish we were dreaming of ate my lure. After a long fight I pulled in a large Longtail Tuna.
Through many collections of incredible moments, my memory is flooded with beautiful experiences that I will forever cherish and be grateful for.
Thank you Holly for being so dedicated to filming and editing our antics. None of this would have been possible without you.
Thank you to all the epic people we met along the way. Meeting new people is such a large part of the experience of travelling. It was so cool to see so many like minded people congregated in the same place.
And finally, thank you Salty Crew for supporting this film. It was great to test their equipment in diverse weather, always throwing challenges our way. I was stoked to have all my clothes withstand the harsh desert climate.
Joss Ash, Reubyn Ash, Barnaby Cox, Malakai Hagley, Jobe Harriss and crew blazing through North Cornwall. What would you give to be on one of these leg burning lefts today, hit play for more.
Issam Auptel, Yael Peña & Diogo Martins just dropped their second 3Pod Mix edit, filmed in Southwest of France this spring, hit play and pull in.
Surfers: @yaelpesu from Canaries @diogo__fmartins from Portugal @issamauptel from France
Filmed and edited by @guilherme_____martins