Pohoiki surf report

pohoiki surf report

Compare surf reports and forecasts for Pohoiki on the Island of Hawaii. Find information about this spot including the best conditions and wave type. You will enter the park at the end of the road. Isaac Hale Beach Park (Pohoiki) Tide Chart and Surf Report (Beta). Tuesday. Current Surf Report for Pohoiki Current Conditions · Primary Swell. 5ft at 8s · Secondary Swell. 0.9ft at 9s · Wind Swell. 0.6ft at 13s · Clear Air 76°f Sea 76 °f.

Pohoiki surf report - agree

The boat ramp to the left offers a very easy entry. Only attempt this dive after talking to a dive shop about the local conditions. It is best to dive with a guide if you have never dived here before. There is lots of parking for the few who visit this area. Heed the warning signs about high surf.
Dove here today, 02/25/2011. This place is actually called Pohoiki. Isaac Hale park is next door. It is mostly a surfing spot. The pictures representing this spot are out-dated. The boat ramp has been totally revamped. This is a VERY popular local hang out. Please be respectful and don't trash the place. As far as the dive, well, today the surge was pretty strong. What you want to do is go out around the jetty and take about a 120 degree heading past the surf (about 100 yards), surface swim then go down. Continue until you reach edge of the wall, then go down. Watch the surge and have fun.
Originally posted on shorediving.com
Haven't been scuba diving here, only free diving. Many reef fish, many sea turtles, spinner dolphins frequent beyond reef, have seen Galapagos sharks. High surf, current can get pretty strong, sometimes really bad visibility. Puna has the most beautiful coastline on the Big Island. Caution: not a safe area at night.
Originally posted on shorediving.com
Nice easy dive. No facilities available. Be careful on the boat ramp. It's very slippery.
Originally posted on shorediving.com
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  • WEATHER

    66° NNW @ 4mph

  • LOW / HIGH TIDE

    2:11pm / 6:34am

  • WATER TEMP

    77° Wetsuit Top

  • D-OH
  • O-Head
  • Head
  • Shoulder
  • Chest
  • Waist
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  • Fri 7

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  • 16 Day Forecasts

Friday Jan 7

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SURF:Ankle to knee high surf

CONDITIONS:Glassy in the morning with ENE winds less than 5mph. Semi glassy/semi bumpy conditions for the afternoon with the winds shifting to the WSW.

6am

NW 1 mphWNW 0 ft @ 13 sec
SSW 0.8 ft @ 13 sec
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9am

E 2 mphWNW 0 ft @ 13 sec
SSW 0.8 ft @ 13 sec
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12pm

SSW 2 mphWNW 0 ft @ 13 sec
SSW 0.7 ft @ 13 sec
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3pm

W 5 mphWNW 0 ft @ 13 sec
SSW 0.8 ft @ 13 sec
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6pm

WNW 3 mphWNW 0 ft @ 13 sec
SSW 0.7 ft @ 13 sec
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AM 1+ ft

LOW TIDE12:23am @ 0.5ft

HIGH TIDE7:15am @ 2.4ft

FIRST LIGHT6:33am

SUNRISE6:57am

PM 1+ ft

LOW TIDE2:50pm @ 0.2ft

HIGH TIDE8:59pm @ 1.5ft

SUNSET6:00pm

LAST LIGHT6:23pm

This forecast is for South-South-East facing beaches, and was updated Jan 5, 2022 @ 10:15pm.

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Jimmy "Ulu Boy" Napeahi survives shark attack

A 16-year old Hawaiian surfer was bit across both legs by a shark, at Pohoiki, Big Island. He is recovering well and will be surfing again.

Jimmy "Ulu Boy" Napeahi, a member of the Puna Surf Team, suffered multiple lacerations and puncture wounds to his lower extremities. He was immediately treated by lifeguards and then air lifted to Hilo Medical Center.

Early reports indicate a gray-colored shark, about 8 feet long. A second rescue helicopter surveyed the water from the air in the area of the attack, but did not report any sign of a shark.

Napeahi was surfing with friends at "Shacks", about 1:30pm, when he was suddenly pulled underwater. The young wave rider shouted that he'd been hit by a shark and, seconds later, his friends grabbed him and brought him in. One rescuer used his surf leash as a tourniquet to help stop the bleeding.

"Ulu Boy" was preparing to compete in a North Shore surfing competition, after securing a fourth place at the 29th Annual Big Island Pro-Am.

The Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources closed ocean waters along the Pohoiki coastline after the attack. Recently, a shark bit off the arm of a 20-year-old German tourist who was snorkeling in Maui.

Take a look at the most shark infested waters in the world and learn more about this predator in our shark attack map.

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Big Island Surf Report

Thursday, January 6th, 3:40am PST
Hawaii BuoysSwellWindTemp
NORTHWESTERN HAWAII ONE

 

---------14-21 kt100°75.6 °F
NORTHWESTERN HAWAII TWO

 

---------16-21 kt100°75.6 °F
NORTHERN HAWAII ONE

 

---------6-10 kt30°74.3 °F
WHOTS

 

---------------75.4 °F
Hanalei, Kauai, HI

 

11.5 ft15 sec310°------77.2 °F
Kaneohe Bay, HI

 

5.6 ft15 sec------76.3 °F
Barbers Point, Kalaeloa, HI

 

5.2 ft15 sec297°------77.0 °F
Pearl Harbor Entrance, HI

 

2.3 ft9 sec162°------76.3 °F
Hilo, Hawaii, HI

 

7.9 ft15 sec348°------76.8 °F
WESTERN HAWAII

 

---------8-10 kt70°78.3 °F
SOUTHEAST HAWAII

 

---------10-14 kt20°77.2 °F
SOUTHWEST HAWAII

 

---------14-16 kt30°77.7 °F
Ipan, Guam

 

7.2 ft8 sec61°------83.3 °F
Aunuu, American Samoa

 

4.9 ft11 sec348°------84.0 °F

Buoy data courtesy of NOAA and CDIP

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Pohoiki Surf Forecast and Surf Reports

Review

Impartial reviews submitted by Surf-Forecast users.

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Peter Easterling from United States

“My basis of comparison is Oahu where I lived almost all my life. 4 years here in Puna. Pohoiki is scenic, consistent, mostly uncrowded...but the wave quality is below average. Usually windswell with side winds. Can get excellent but can go for months with only shifty, swelly, erratic surf. There is a dawn patrol crew of mostly older surfers though they generally clear out by mid-morning. Pohoiki is very difficult to predict. You got to drive on down and find out. Conditions vary unpredictably through the day. If you are reasonably thoughtful (meaning don't drop in on others or aggressively hog waves) you will have no problems with the local surfers. One bit of advice: there are several breaks which vary from mellow rollers to lunging, shallow dangerous double overhead barrels. One break, 3rd Bay, is as radical as any spot in the island chain.”

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     WHEREAS, Isaac Hale (Pohoiki) Beach Park is owned and managed by the County of Hawaii, and is a popular place for swimming and snorkeling when the water is calm, and is considered one of the best surf spots ("Pohoiki Surf Break") on the Puna coast; and

 

     WHEREAS, the Pohoiki Hot Spring or "warm pond", which is located within the park is a popular place for visitors to enjoy a soak in its ninety-eight degree waters while taking in a view of the ocean; and

 

     WHEREAS, the Pohoiki Boat Ramp is the only launching facility located on the Puna coast at Pohoiki Bay within the Isaac Hale (Pohoiki) Beach Park; and

 

     WHEREAS, the Department of Land and Natural Resources owns the boat ramp, which is the Department's sole holding in the entire bay area, and is the only access to the ocean for boating and swimming within the park area; and

 

     WHEREAS, the landowners of the nearby property adjacent to Isaac Hale Beach Park have expressed interest in selling a one acre plot of their parcel (tax key map number 1-3-08:34) near the Pohoiki Boat Ramp and includes a portion of the lot on the Hilo-side of the Hale House and the Pohoiki Hot Spring; and

 

     WHEREAS, although the County of Hawaii has expressed interest in acquiring the property, a firm commitment has not been made for the acquisition; and

 

     WHEREAS, currently, members of the public use this portion of the land to park their vehicles and gain access to the park and boat ramp; now, therefore,

 

     BE IT RESOLVED by the Senate of the Twenty-fourth Legislature of the State of Hawaii, Regular Session of 2007, the Department of Land and Natural Resources is requested to assess the feasibility of and explore the Puna community sentiment regarding the Department acquiring the one acre plot of land that is adjacent to the Isaac Hale Beach Park; and

 

     BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Department of Land and Natural Resources submit a written report to this body of its findings and recommendations, including any proposed legislation, no later than twenty days prior to the convening of the 2008 Regular Session; and

 

     BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that if the Department of Land and Natural Resources decides to acquire the one acre plot after the completion of its study, the Department shall acquire the one acre plot as land having value as a resource to the State under chapter 173A, Hawaii Revised Statutes, and use funds from the Land Conservation Fund under section 173A-5, Hawaii Revised Statutes, for the acquisition; and

 

     BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that certified copies of this Resolution be transmitted to the Chairperson of the Board of Land and Natural Resources, and the landowners of tax key map number 1-3-08:34.

 

 

 

 

OFFERED BY:

_____________________________

 

 

Report Title: 

DLNR Land Acquisition; Pohoiki Boat Ramp; Isaac Hale Beach Park

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Pohoiki on the Island of Hawaii, Hawaii is a fairly consistent reef that works best on an East swell. Waves break both left and right here.

Westerly and Northwesterly winds at Pohoiki tend to produce the most ideal and offshore surf conditions.

You can find waves here year-round.

Best Surf Conditions for Pohoiki

Swell DirectionE
Tide
Wind DirectionW, NW
Ideal Surf Height

Surf Reports & Forecasts for Pohoiki

Where available, we’ve included surf reports and forecast widgets from Surfline.com, MagicSeaweed.com, and Surf-Forecast.com to provide you with a comparison for your favorite spots. Check out those surf forecasting websites to discover more surf spots and in-depth forecasts.

Check out these surf reports for Pohoiki. It’s interesting to note how differences in thing like quality of conditions, surf height, wind, and swell direction vary between the forecasts. Depending on the spot, one report may be more accurate than another.

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Pohoiki surf report - excellent

Big Island Surf Report

Thursday, January 6th, 3:40am PST
Hawaii BuoysSwellWindTemp
NORTHWESTERN HAWAII ONE

 

---------14-21 kt100°75.6 °F
NORTHWESTERN HAWAII TWO

 

---------16-21 kt100°75.6 °F
NORTHERN HAWAII ONE

 

---------6-10 kt30°74.3 °F
WHOTS

 

---------------75.4 °F
Hanalei, Kauai, HI

 

11.5 ft15 sec310°------77.2 °F
Kaneohe Bay, HI

 

5.6 ft15 sec------76.3 °F
Barbers Point, Kalaeloa, HI

 

5.2 ft15 sec297°------77.0 °F
Pearl Harbor Entrance, HI

 

2.3 ft9 sec162°------76.3 °F
Hilo, Hawaii, HI

 

7.9 ft15 sec348°------76.8 °F
WESTERN HAWAII

 

---------8-10 kt70°78.3 °F
SOUTHEAST HAWAII

 

---------10-14 kt20°77.2 °F
SOUTHWEST HAWAII

 

---------14-16 kt30°77.7 °F
Ipan, Guam

 

7.2 ft8 sec61°------83.3 °F
Aunuu, American Samoa

 

4.9 ft11 sec348°------84.0 °F

Buoy data courtesy of NOAA and CDIP

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Hawai‘i Officials Clarify Pohoiki Access Policy 

University of Hawai‘i archive map of Puna District.

Since the reopening of MacKenzie State Recreational Area on Sept. 8, 2018, many hikers are venturing to Pohoiki, also known as Isaac Hale Beach Park, an oceanfront park, boat launch and surf location on Pohoiki Bay along the Puna shoreline.

Most trek from from MacKenzie SRA in Lower Puna.

MacKenzie State Recreational Area was closed back in May when lava entered the ocean just North of the recreational area.

The area is accessible only by Highway 137, known to locals as Red Road, which is barricaded just past the MacKenzie SRA entrance.

However, Pohoiki/Isaac Hale Beach Park, a Hawai‘i County park, remains closed for now. It has been isolated on both sides by lava flows.

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Department of Land and Natural Resources Senior Communications Manager Dan Dennison clarified
that the Pohoiki Small Boat Ramp adjacent to Isaac Hale Beach Park is under the jurisdiction of the DLNR Division of Boating and Ocean Recreation (DOBOR) and was never officially closed.

However, at this time, the boat ramp is inaccessible due to the formation of a sand bar.

Although Pohoiki remains closed, many ventured out for the 90-minute hike each way from MacKenzie State Recreational Area to the oceanfront park over a treacherous, cooling ʻaʻā flow. Crystal Richard Sept. 8, 2018. PC: Crystal Richard

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“Currently, the ramp is not accessible from the ocean due to a new black sand beach that has ringed the ramp,” explained Dennison. “DOBOR leadership will be taking a close look at Pohoiki later this week to try and determine whether it can be made operational again and to identify potential locations along the coast should the ramp need to be relocated.”

Hawai‘i Island residents and visitors flocked to the Puna coast to see the new black sand beaches that
formed when lava flowed into the ocean and washed ashore at MacKenzie State Recreational Area on
Sept. 8, 2018. PC: Crystal Richard

At Mackenzie, there is new black sand deposited along the shoreline.

The new sand has been washing ashore after lava entered the ocean up the coast.


New black sand beaches at MacKenzie State Recreational Area along the Puna Coast on Sept. 8, 2018. PC: Crystal Richard

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According to United States Geological Survey, lava stopped entering the ocean on Aug. 29.

The flow field between MacKenzie SRA and Pohoiki has been inactive since for a couple months.

“The 50-meter buffer zone implemented by Hawai‘i County Civil Defense is still in effect and continues to preclude travel onto the lava field and across state forest reserve and unencumbered lands,” stated
Dennison.

He said due to manpower limitations, DOCARE is no longer patrolling Lower Puna on a daily
basis.

Sand washed ashore at MacKenzie, forming new black sand beaches, Sept. 8, 2018. PC:
Crystal Richard

“Until recently, at the county’s request, four officers were assigned daily to assist in the Emergency
Operation Center and in the field for the Lower East Rift Zone eruption,” explained Dennison. “DOCARE will respond to issues as necessary.

 

Ti leaf offering left along the coast near the new black sand beach at MacKenzie SRA in Puna on Sept. 8, 2018. PC: Crystal Richard

The state Department of Land and Natural Resources encourages anyone making the trip to be completely self-sufficient and well prepared.

Two residents who took the hike said it was long and rough.

“It took us an hour-and-a-half each way. I would never do it again,” said one of the hikers, who preferred to remain anonymous.

Ocean entries were small and scattered on the morning of Aug. 13, 2018, but lava had made no significant advance toward Isaac Hale Beach Park. The Pohoiki Small Boat Ramp remains intact, but access from it to the open bay has been cut off by a sand bar that extends from the jetty to the shore. As molten lava streams into the ocean, it shatters into small glassy fragments, forming black sand that’s transported along the coast by longshore currents. Click to enlarge. PC: USGS

He said the ‘a‘a flow was difficult to traverse and strongly urged others heading out to have a lot of
water, sun protection and proper footwear.

With much of Puna’s ocean access covered in lava, residents and visitors alike are anxious for the county to bulldoze a road that would create access to the beloved beach park.

During a Puna community meeting, Hawai‘i County Civil Defense Administrator Talmadge Magno said the county is planning to create access to Pohoiki, but did not offer a timeline or any specifics.

DLNR: Use Extreme Caution at MacKenzie SRA

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Lava transformed Pohoiki into new black sand beach on Hawaii island

  • Video by Diane S. W. Lee / dlee@staradvertiser.com

    Lava from the 2018 Kilauea Volcano eruption cut off access to the Pohoiki Boat Ramp and transformed the area around it into a new black sand beach.

  • DIANE S. W. LEE / DLEE@STARADVERTISER.COM

    Dried leis sit atop the sign marking Pohoiki Bay on April 16. Lava from the 2018 Kilauea Volcano eruption blocked off access roads to the Pohoiki Boat Ramp and created a new black sand beach around it. Prior to the eruption, the area was a popular spot for swimmers, surfers and companies operating lava-boat tours.
  • DIANE S. W. LEE / DLEE@STARADVERTISER.COM

    A sign urges visitors to Isaac Hale Beach Park to "help keep this place clean." Lava from the 2018 Kilauea Volcano eruption blocked off access roads to the Pohoiki Boat Ramp and created a new black sand beach around it. Prior to the eruption, the area was a popular spot for swimmers, surfers and companies operating lava-boat tours.
  • CINDY ELLEN RUSSELL / CRUSSELL@STARADVERTISER.COM

    Marco and Kristine Weidinger soak in the pond, which formed after black sand blocked the Pohoiki boat ramp during the eruption. Behind the couple is the historic Uncle Hale's red house.
  • DIANE S. W. LEE / DLEE@STARADVERTISER.COM

    An Ocean Safety vehicle parked on the new black sand at Isaac Hale Beach Park, also known as Pohoiki. Lava from the 2018 Kilauea Volcano eruption blocked off access roads to the Pohoiki Boat Ramp and created a new black sand beach around it. Prior to the eruption, the area was a popular spot for swimmers, surfers and companies operating lava-boat tours.
  • DIANE S. W. LEE / DLEE@STARADVERTISER.COM

    Oahu and Hilo residents’ beach towels and belongings sit atop the new black sand at Isaac Hale Beach Park. Lava from the 2018 Kilauea Volcano eruption blocked off access roads to the Pohoiki Boat Ramp and created a new black sand beach around it. Prior to the eruption, the area was a popular spot for swimmers, surfers and companies operating lava-boat tours.
  • DIANE S. W. LEE / DLEE@STARADVERTISER.COM

    Lava from the 2018 Kilauea Volcano eruption blocked off access roads to the Pohoiki Boat Ramp and created a new black sand beach around it. Prior to the eruption, the area was a popular spot for swimmers, surfers and companies lava-boat tours.
  • DIANE S. W. LEE / DLEE@STARADVERTISER.COM

    A lifeguard stand at Isaac Hale Beach Park, also known as Pohoiki. Lava from the 2018 Kilauea Volcano eruption blocked off access roads to the Pohoiki Boat Ramp and created a new black sand beach around it. Prior to the eruption, the area was a popular spot for swimmers, surfers and companies operating lava-boat tours.
  • DIANE S. W. LEE / DLEE@STARADVERTISER.COM

    Visitors lounge on beach chairs at the Isaac Hale Beach Park, also known as Pohoiki. The lava from the 2018 Kilauea Volcano eruption transformed the area around Pohoiki Boat Ramp into a new black sand beach.
  • DIANE S. W. LEE / DLEE@STARADVERTISER.COM

    Koa, Lloyd and Winifred Enriquez recall fond memories spending time at their property located next to the Pohoiki Boat Ramp. Lava from the 2018 Kilauea Volcano eruption blocked off access roads to the Pohoiki Boat Ramp and created a new black sand beach around it. Prior to the eruption, the area was a popular spot for swimmers, surfers and companies operating lava-boat tours.
  • DIANE S. W. LEE / DLEE@STARADVERTISER.COM

    The remains of the Pohoiki Boat Ramp now surrounded by black sand. Lava from the 2018 Kilauea Volcano eruption blocked off access roads to the Pohoiki Boat Ramp and created a new black sand beach around it. Prior to the eruption, the area was a popular spot for swimmers, surfers and companies operating lava-boat tours.
  • DIANE S. W. LEE / DLEE@STARADVERTISER.COM

    Lava from the 2018 Kilauea Volcano eruption blocked off access roads to the Pohoiki Boat Ramp and created a new black sand beach around it. Prior to the eruption, the area was a popular spot for swimmers, surfers and companies operating lava-boat tours.
  • DIANE S. W. LEE / DLEE@STARADVERTISER.COM

    Lava from the 2018 Kilauea Volcano eruption blocked off access roads to the Pohoiki Boat Ramp and created a new black sand beach around it. Prior to the eruption, the area was a popular spot for swimmers, surfers and companies operating lava-boat tours.
  • DIANE S. W. LEE / DLEE@STARADVERTISER.COM

    Lava from the 2018 Kilauea Volcano eruption blocked off access roads to the Pohoiki Boat Ramp and created a new black sand beach around it. Prior to the eruption, the area was a popular spot for swimmers, surfers and companies operating lava-boat tours.
  • DIANE S. W. LEE / DLEE@STARADVERTISER.COM

    Pohoiki resident Ikaika Kalama at the new black sand beach at Isaac Hale Beach Park, also known as Pohoiki. Lava from the 2018 Kilauea Volcano eruption blocked off access roads to the Pohoiki Boat Ramp and created a new black sand beach around it. Prior to the eruption, the area was a popular spot for swimmers, surfers and companies operating lava-boat tours.
  • DIANE S. W. LEE / DLEE@STARADVERTISER.COM

    Retired school teacher Winifred Enriquez inspects volcanic rock formations at Isaac Hale Beach Park. Lava from the 2018 Kilauea Volcano eruption blocked off access roads to the Pohoiki Boat Ramp and created a new black sand beach around it. Prior to the eruption, the area was a popular spot for swimmers, surfers and companies operating lava-boat tours.
  • DIANE S. W. LEE / DLEE@STARADVERTISER.COM

    Retired school teacher Winifred Enriquez inspects volcanic rock formations at Isaac Hale Beach Park. Lava from the 2018 Kilauea Volcano eruption blocked off access roads to the Pohoiki Boat Ramp and created a new black sand beach around it. Prior to the eruption, the area was a popular spot for swimmers, surfers and companies operating lava-boat tours.
  • DIANE S. W. LEE / DLEE@STARADVERTISER.COM

    A car parked in the parking lot next to the hardened lava wall at Isaac Hale Beach Park, also known as Pohoiki. Lava from the 2018 Kilauea Volcano eruption blocked off access roads to the Pohoiki Boat Ramp and created a new black sand beach around it. Prior to the eruption, the area was a popular spot for swimmers, surfers and companies operating lava-boat tours.
  • DIANE S. W. LEE / DLEE@STARADVERTISER.COM

    Cars parked in the parking lot of Isaac Hale Beach Park, also known as Pohoiki. Lava from the 2018 Kilauea Volcano eruption blocked off access roads to the Pohoiki Boat Ramp and created a new black sand beach around it. Prior to the eruption, the area was a popular spot for swimmers, surfers and companies operating lava-boat tours.
  • DIANE S. W. LEE / DLEE@STARADVERTISER.COM

    Lava from the 2018 Kilauea Volcano eruption blocked off access roads to the Pohoiki Boat Ramp and created a new black sand beach around it. Prior to the eruption, the area was a popular spot for swimmers, surfers and companies operating lava-boat tours.
  • CINDY ELLEN RUSSELL / CRUSSELL@STARADVERTISER.COM

    Isaac Hale Beach Park at Pohoiki Bay was transformed by the volcanic activity of Kilauea. The surf pushed black sand, created by exploding lava entering the ocean, onto the beach and created a lagoon where the boat ramp used to be.
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         WHEREAS, Isaac Hale (Pohoiki) Beach Park is owned and managed by the County of Hawaii, and is a popular place for swimming and snorkeling when the water is calm, and is considered one of the best surf spots ("Pohoiki Surf Break") on the Puna coast; and

     

         WHEREAS, the Pohoiki Hot Spring or "warm pond", which is located within the park is a popular place for visitors to enjoy a soak in its ninety-eight degree waters while taking in a view of the ocean; and

     

         WHEREAS, the Pohoiki Boat Ramp is the only launching facility located on the Puna coast at Pohoiki Bay within the Isaac Hale (Pohoiki) Beach Park; and

     

         WHEREAS, the Department of Land and Natural Resources owns the boat ramp, which is the Department's sole holding in the entire bay area, and is the only access to the ocean for boating and swimming within the park area; and

     

         WHEREAS, the landowners of the nearby property adjacent to Isaac Hale Beach Park have expressed interest in selling a one acre plot of their parcel (tax key map number 1-3-08:34) near the Pohoiki Boat Ramp and includes a portion of the lot on the Hilo-side of the Hale House and the Pohoiki Hot Spring; and

     

         WHEREAS, although the County of Hawaii has expressed interest in acquiring the property, a firm commitment has not been made for the acquisition; and

     

         WHEREAS, currently, members of the public use this portion of the land to park their vehicles and gain access to the park and boat ramp; now, therefore,

     

         BE IT RESOLVED by the Senate of the Twenty-fourth Legislature of the State of Hawaii, Regular Session of 2007, the Department of Land and Natural Resources is requested to assess the feasibility of and explore the Puna community sentiment regarding the Department acquiring the one acre plot of land that is adjacent to the Isaac Hale Beach Park; and

     

         BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Department of Land and Natural Resources submit a written report to this body of its findings and recommendations, including any proposed legislation, no later than twenty days prior to the convening of the 2008 Regular Session; and

     

         BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that if the Department of Land and Natural Resources decides to acquire the one acre plot after the completion of its study, the Department shall acquire the one acre plot as land having value as a resource to the State under chapter 173A, Hawaii Revised Statutes, and use funds from the Land Conservation Fund under section 173A-5, Hawaii Revised Statutes, for the acquisition; and

     

         BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that certified copies of this Resolution be transmitted to the Chairperson of the Board of Land and Natural Resources, and the landowners of tax key map number 1-3-08:34.

     

     

     

     

    OFFERED BY:

    _____________________________

     

     

    Report Title: 

    DLNR Land Acquisition; Pohoiki Boat Ramp; Isaac Hale Beach Park

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    • WEATHER

      66° NNW @ 4mph

    • LOW / HIGH TIDE

      2:11pm / 6:34am

    • WATER TEMP

      77° Wetsuit Top

    • D-OH
    • O-Head
    • Head
    • Shoulder
    • Chest
    • Waist
    • Knee
    • Thu 6

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    • Fri 7

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    • Sat 8

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    Friday Jan 7

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    SURF:Ankle to knee high surf

    CONDITIONS:Glassy in the morning with ENE winds less than 5mph. Semi glassy/semi bumpy conditions for the afternoon with the winds shifting to the WSW.

    6am

    NW 1 mphWNW 0 ft @ 13 sec
    SSW 0.8 ft @ 13 sec
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    9am

    E 2 mphWNW 0 ft @ 13 sec
    SSW 0.8 ft @ 13 sec
    73° Weather Icon

    12pm

    SSW 2 mphWNW 0 ft @ 13 sec
    SSW 0.7 ft @ 13 sec
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    3pm

    W 5 mphWNW 0 ft @ 13 sec
    SSW 0.8 ft @ 13 sec
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    6pm

    WNW 3 mphWNW 0 ft @ 13 sec
    SSW 0.7 ft @ 13 sec
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    AM 1+ ft

    LOW TIDE12:23am @ 0.5ft

    HIGH TIDE7:15am @ 2.4ft

    FIRST LIGHT6:33am

    SUNRISE6:57am

    PM 1+ ft

    LOW TIDE2:50pm @ 0.2ft

    HIGH TIDE8:59pm @ 1.5ft

    SUNSET6:00pm

    LAST LIGHT6:23pm

    This forecast is for South-South-East facing beaches, and was updated Jan 5, 2022 @ 10:15pm.

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    Tide and daylight times for Hilo, Hilo Bay, Hawaii
    Tide for Hilo, Hilo Bay, Hawaii
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    High 6:12AM0.86m
    Low 1:06PM0.15m
    High 6:13PM0.42m
    Low11:47PM0.09m
    First Light 6:31AM
    Sunrise 6:55AM
    Sunset 5:57PM
    Last Light 6:21PM
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      66° NNW @ 4mph

    • LOW / HIGH TIDE

      2:11pm / 6:34am pohoiki surf report

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    Friday Jan 7

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    SURF:Ankle to knee high surf

    CONDITIONS:Glassy in the morning with ENE winds less than 5mph. Semi glassy/semi bumpy conditions for the afternoon with the winds shifting to the WSW.

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    LOW TIDE12:23am @ 0.5ft

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    SUNRISE6:57am

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    LOW TIDE2:50pm @ 0.2ft

    HIGH TIDE8:59pm @ 1.5ft

    SUNSET6:00pm

    LAST LIGHT6:23pm

    This forecast is for South-South-East facing beaches, pohoiki surf report, and was updated Jan 5, pohoiki surf report, 2022 @ 10:15pm.

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    Hawai‘i Officials Clarify Pohoiki Access Policy 

    University of Hawai‘i archive map of Puna District.

    Since the reopening of MacKenzie State Recreational Area on Sept. 8, 2018, many hikers are venturing to Pohoiki, also known as Isaac Hale Beach Park, an oceanfront park, boat launch and surf location on Pohoiki Bay along the Puna shoreline.

    Most trek from from MacKenzie SRA in Lower Puna.

    MacKenzie State Recreational Area was closed back in May when lava entered the ocean just North of the recreational area.

    The area is accessible only by Highway 137, known to locals as Red Road, which is barricaded just past the MacKenzie SRA entrance.

    However, Pohoiki/Isaac Hale Beach Park, a Hawai‘i County park, remains closed for now. It has been isolated on both sides by lava flows.

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    Department of Land and Natural Resources Senior Communications Manager Dan Dennison clarified
    that the Pohoiki Small Boat Ramp adjacent to Isaac Hale Beach Park is under the jurisdiction of the DLNR Division of Boating and Ocean Recreation (DOBOR) and was never officially closed.

    However, at this time, the boat ramp is inaccessible due to the formation of a sand bar.

    Although Pohoiki remains closed, many ventured out for the 90-minute hike each way from MacKenzie State Recreational Area to the oceanfront park over a treacherous, cooling ʻaʻā flow, pohoiki surf report. Crystal Richard Sept. 8, 2018. PC: Crystal Richard

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    “Currently, the ramp is not accessible from the ocean due to a new black sand beach that has ringed the ramp,” explained Dennison. “DOBOR leadership will be taking a close look at Pohoiki later this week to try and determine whether it can be made operational again and to identify potential locations along the coast should the ramp need to be relocated.”

    Hawai‘i Island residents and visitors flocked to the Puna coast to see the new black sand beaches that
    formed when lava flowed into the ocean and washed ashore at MacKenzie State Recreational Area on
    Sept. 8, 2018. PC: Crystal Richard

    At Mackenzie, there is new pohoiki surf report sand deposited along the shoreline.

    The new sand has been washing ashore after lava entered the ocean up the coast.


    New black sand beaches at MacKenzie State Recreational Area along the Puna Coast on Sept, pohoiki surf report. 8, 2018. PC: Crystal Richard

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    According to United States Geological Survey, lava stopped entering the ocean on Aug. 29.

    The flow field between MacKenzie SRA and Pohoiki has been inactive since for a couple months.

    “The 50-meter buffer zone implemented by Hawai‘i County Civil Defense is still in effect and continues to preclude travel onto the lava field and across state forest reserve and unencumbered lands,” stated
    Dennison.

    He said due to manpower limitations, DOCARE is no longer patrolling Lower Puna on a daily
    basis.

    Sand washed ashore at MacKenzie, forming new black sand beaches, Sept. 8, 2018. PC:
    Crystal Richard

    “Until recently, at the county’s request, four officers were assigned daily to assist in the Emergency
    Operation Center and in the field for the Lower East Rift Zone eruption,” explained Dennison. “DOCARE will respond to issues as necessary.

     

    Ti leaf offering left along the coast near the new black sand beach at MacKenzie SRA in Puna on Sept. 8, 2018. PC: Crystal Richard

    The state Department of Land and Natural Resources encourages anyone making the trip to be completely self-sufficient and well prepared.

    Two residents who took the hike said it was long and rough.

    “It took us an hour-and-a-half each way. I would never do it again,” said one of the hikers, who preferred to remain anonymous.

    Ocean entries were small and scattered on the morning of Aug. 13, 2018, pohoiki surf report, but lava had made no significant advance toward Isaac Hale Beach Park. The Pohoiki Small Boat Pohoiki surf report remains intact, pohoiki surf report, but access from it to the open bay has been cut off by a sand bar that extends from the jetty to the shore. As molten lava streams into the ocean, it shatters into small glassy fragments, pohoiki surf report, forming black sand that’s transported along the coast by longshore currents. Click to enlarge. PC: USGS

    He said the ‘a‘a flow was difficult to traverse and strongly urged others heading out to have a lot of
    water, sun protection and proper footwear.

    With much of Puna’s ocean access covered in lava, residents and visitors alike are anxious for the county to bulldoze a road that would create access to the beloved beach park.

    During a Puna community meeting, Hawai‘i County Civil Defense Administrator Talmadge Magno said the county is planning to create access to Pohoiki, but did not offer a timeline or any specifics.

    DLNR: Use Extreme Caution at MacKenzie SRA

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    Jimmy "Ulu Boy" Pohoiki surf report survives shark attack

    A 16-year old Hawaiian surfer was bit across both legs by a shark, at Pohoiki, Big Island. He is recovering well and will be surfing again.

    Jimmy "Ulu Boy" Napeahi, a member of the Puna Surf Team, suffered multiple lacerations and puncture wounds to his lower extremities. He was immediately treated by lifeguards and then air lifted to Hilo Medical Center.

    Early reports indicate a gray-colored shark, about 8 feet long. A second rescue helicopter surveyed the water from the air in the area of the attack, but did not report any sign of a shark.

    Napeahi was surfing with friends at "Shacks", about 1:30pm, when he was suddenly pulled underwater. The young wave rider shouted that he'd been hit by a shark and, seconds later, his friends grabbed him and brought him in. One rescuer used his surf leash as a tourniquet to help stop the bleeding.

    "Ulu Boy" was preparing to compete in a North Shore surfing competition, after securing a fourth place at the 29th Annual Big Island Pro-Am.

    The Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources closed ocean waters along the Pohoiki coastline after the attack. Recently, a shark bit off the arm of a 20-year-old German tourist who was snorkeling in Maui.

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    The boat ramp to the left offers a very easy entry. Only attempt this dive after talking to a dive shop about the local conditions. It is best to dive with a guide if you have never dived here before. There is lots of parking for the few pohoiki surf report visit this area. Heed the warning signs about high surf.
    Dove here today, 02/25/2011. This place is actually called Pohoiki. Isaac Hale park is next door. It is mostly a surfing spot. The pictures representing this spot are out-dated. The boat ramp has been totally revamped. This is a VERY popular local hang out. Please be respectful and don't trash pohoiki surf report place, pohoiki surf report. As far as the dive, well, pohoiki surf report, today the surge was pretty strong. What you want to do is go out around the jetty and take about a 120 degree heading past the surf (about 100 yards), surface swim then go down. Continue until you reach edge of the wall, then go down. Watch the surge and have fun.
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    Haven't been scuba diving here, only free diving. Many reef fish, many sea turtles, spinner dolphins frequent beyond reef, have seen Galapagos sharks, pohoiki surf report. High surf, current can get pretty strong, sometimes really bad visibility. Puna has the most beautiful coastline on the Big Island. Caution: not a safe area at night.
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    Nice easy dive. No facilities available. Be careful on the boat ramp. It's very slippery.
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    Pohoiki Surf Forecast and Surf Reports

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    Peter Easterling from United States

    “My basis of comparison is Oahu where I lived almost all my life. 4 years pohoiki surf report in Puna. Pohoiki is scenic, consistent, pohoiki surf report, mostly uncrowded.but the wave quality is below average. Usually windswell with side winds, pohoiki surf report. Can get excellent but can go for months with only shifty, pohoiki surf report, swelly, erratic surf. There is a dawn patrol crew of mostly older surfers though they generally clear out by mid-morning. Pohoiki is very difficult to predict. You got to drive on down and find out. Conditions vary unpredictably through the day. If you are reasonably thoughtful (meaning don't drop in on others or aggressively hog waves) you will have no problems with the local surfers. One bit of advice: there are several breaks which japanese wooden bowls from mellow rollers to lunging, shallow dangerous double overhead barrels. One break, 3rd Bay, is as radical as any spot in the island chain.”

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         WHEREAS, Isaac Hale (Pohoiki) Beach Park is owned and managed by the County of Hawaii, and is a popular place for swimming and snorkeling when the water is calm, and is considered one of the best surf spots ("Pohoiki Surf Break") on the Puna coast; and

     

         WHEREAS, the Pohoiki Hot Spring or "warm pond", which is located within the park is a popular place for visitors to enjoy a soak in its ninety-eight degree waters while taking in a view of the ocean; and

     

         WHEREAS, the Pohoiki Boat Ramp is the only launching facility located on the Puna coast at Pohoiki Bay within the Pohoiki surf report Hale (Pohoiki) Beach Park; and

     

         WHEREAS, the Department of Land and Natural Resources owns the boat ramp, pohoiki surf report, which is the Department's sole holding in the pohoiki surf report bay area, pohoiki surf report, and is the only access to the ocean for boating and swimming within the park area; and

     

         WHEREAS, the landowners of the nearby property adjacent to Isaac Hale Beach Park have expressed interest in selling a one acre plot of their parcel (tax key map number 1-3-08:34) near the Pohoiki Boat Ramp and includes a portion of the lot on the Hilo-side of the Hale House and the Pohoiki Hot Spring; and

     

         WHEREAS, although the County of Hawaii has expressed interest in acquiring the property, pohoiki surf report, a firm commitment has not been made for the acquisition; and

     

         WHEREAS, currently, members of the public use this portion of the land to park their vehicles and gain access to the park and boat ramp; now, therefore,

     

         BE IT RESOLVED by the Senate of the Twenty-fourth Legislature of the State of Hawaii, Regular Session of 2007, the Department of Land and Natural Resources is requested to country hills gymnastics the feasibility of and explore the Puna community sentiment regarding the Department pohoiki surf report the one acre plot of land that is adjacent to the Isaac Hale Beach Park; and

     

         BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Department of Land and Natural Resources submit a written report to this body of its findings and recommendations, including any proposed legislation, no later than twenty days prior to the convening of the 2008 Regular Session; and

     

         BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that if the Department of Land and Natural Resources decides to acquire the one acre plot after the completion of its study, the Department shall acquire the one acre plot as land having value as a resource to the State under chapter 173A, Hawaii Revised Statutes, and use funds from the Land Conservation Fund under section 173A-5, pohoiki surf report, Hawaii Revised Statutes, for the acquisition; and

     

         BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that certified copies of this Resolution be transmitted to the Chairperson of the Board of Land and Natural Resources, and the landowners of tax key map number 1-3-08:34.

     

     

     

     

    OFFERED BY:

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    Report Title: 

    DLNR Land Acquisition; Pohoiki Boat Ramp; Isaac Hale Beach Park

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