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  • THE SURFER'S JOURNAL 31.6 - REBEL FIN CO.
  • THE SURFER'S JOURNAL 31.6 - REBEL FIN CO.
  • THE SURFER'S JOURNAL 31.6 - REBEL FIN CO.
  • THE SURFER'S JOURNAL 31.6 - REBEL FIN CO.
  • THE SURFER'S JOURNAL 31.6 - REBEL FIN CO.
  • THE SURFER'S JOURNAL 31.6 - REBEL FIN CO.
  • THE SURFER'S JOURNAL 31.6 - REBEL FIN CO.
  • THE SURFER'S JOURNAL 31.6 - REBEL FIN CO.
  • THE SURFER'S JOURNAL 31.6 - REBEL FIN CO.
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The Surfer's Journal

THE SURFER'S JOURNAL 31.6

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More book than magazine. A reader-supported surf publication founded in 1992, The Surfer’s Journal is a vivid, authoritative, and independent document that delivers purist surf energy in each bimonthly edition.

What is happening in edition 31.4?

On the cover:
Simon Murdoch, making every use of his residential knowledge and hanging on by the tip of his single-fin against the sundowner winds, somewhere in the 805.THE CLOUDS CONCEAL THE VOLCANO

THE FIRST CUT IS THE DEEPEST
Long misunderstood and overlooked, the channel bottom holds boundless potential for its faithful.

THE BIG MAN
How Rusty Preisendorfer—data-minded, art-underpinned, and boldly ambitious—made his marque.

SUCKER-FREE ON THE RUTA DEL SOL
Just say the words, and we’ll beat the birds down to Acapulco Bay.

LIGHTNESS OF MANNER
From center stage to the edge of the croft, Hebridean Colin Macleod keeps life balanced.

“LET IT BREATHE, LOVE…”
Bordeaux, Centurion lounges, and Chernobyl-class Speedo sunburn with big show shooter Ryan Miller.

THE GOLDBRICKERS
San Onofre in 1950 as photographed by Loomis Dean.

SOLVING FOR X
Empty perfection is out there. But in the Bering Sea, the higher the branch, the greater the wind.

WHOLE FOODS AND TERPENES
Defying national migration dynamics, Floridian surfer Robert Glover embraces everything California.

ESSAY: SOLID WASTE
Seeking surf enlightenment? Follow the gut.

INTERVIEW: THE DREAMER
Wayne Lynch on manifesting visions, being inspired by Indigenous Australian art and culture, consumerism, and the power to change

UNDERCURRENTS
The art of the jetty jump, a magnum opus in social surrealism, Mullaghmore’s mad steps with Tom Lowe, breaching North Shore security with Steve Sherman, and other quick hits.

ABOUT THE SURFER'S JOURNAL
In the world of surf journalism TSJ needs no introduction. For almost 30 years The Surfer's Journal has been putting out six issues of literary writing and epic photography annually. Capturing both the current global state of surfing and surf history in long form articles, TSJ avoids the pitfalls of throw away journalism and the mags full of ads and advertorial which led to the maxim "print is dead". We only stock magazines which have us itching to read every word of every issue and The Surfer's Journal epitomises that notion.