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Women’s Swimwear & Fishing Apparel

July 5th, 2017

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By Kelly Groce

Whether you are paddling out to some waves, setting hooks on fish, or just chilling at the beach, these swimsuits and fishing wear will keep you covered.

BIKINIS

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REEL SKIPPER – The Coral Scale bikini from Reel Skipper is perfect for women who fish since it has active moisture wicking and is made with Lycra material. The criss cross back top provides comfort and support. This bikini comes in a coral scale print to satisfy your inner mermaid and is also reversible. www.reelskipper.com

JOLYN – The Vent top from Jolyn features a keyhole front to let water through during swimming as well as tie straps for a perfect fit and great hold. The Europe bottom has a drawstring around the waist to give you superior hold. Both come in a variety of colors. www.jolynclothing.com

RIPCURL – The Classic Surf bralette bikini top from Rip Curl is a microfiber top with cross back detail and adjustable ties for maximum hold and comfort. The Classic Surf top and bottom are both perfect for mixing and matching. Available in more colors. www.ripcurl.com

 

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CAMO GIRL BRAND – It’s always a “Saltwater Kinda Day” when you’re wearing these soft and cool coastal colored leggings. They are high performance UPF+ 50 highly breathable leggings to keep you cool in the hottest of days on the coast. Featured above is the Mint Green Scales legging and the Salty Day leggings. www.camogirlbrand.com

REEL SKIPPER – Protecting your face and neck from the sun is a lot easier with this Tarpon print shadie from Reel Skipper. This multifunctional accessory can be worn 6 different ways and most importantly has UPF +50 solar protection.

Reel Skipper’s Coral Scale leggings made with performance fabric offers superior sun protection and performance qualities. Featuring up to UPF +50 solar protection, these leggings are lightweight, comfortable, and a fashionable way to keep the sun off of your skin. www.reelskipper.com

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PELAGIC – The OCEANFLEX Halter by Pelagic was designed with activity in mind, so whether you enjoy fishing, paddle boarding, or runs on the beach, this performance halter will fit your active lifestyle needs. Featuring a racerback design, built-in bra, and an ergonomic-fitting elastic band, the OCEANFLEX Active Halter offers a comfortable, yet supportive fit with performance fabrics that moves with your body during whatever activity you throw at it. www.pelagicgear.com

 

 

 

REEL SPORTSWEAR – The Mermaid Series™ Performance Long Sleeve from Reel Sportswear features UPF +50 solar protection. Lightweight, comfortable, and the best way to keep the sun’s rays from penetrating through to your skin. Fish on mermaids! www.reelsportswear.com

 

 

 

 

The Redfish leggings from Camo Girl Brand.

 

Surf Trip: K59, El Salvador

January 3rd, 2017

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Garrett Blumenshine surfing a nearby spot, Sunzal. Photo Adam Valadez

friday waves Surf Trip: K59, El Salvador

Photo Kelly Groce

By Kelly Groce

The moment you arrive at K59 Surf Resort in El Salvador, you are in paradise. The smiling faces of the staff welcome you to their colorful, lush compound equipped with a pool, a 2-story palapa with hammocks, and a secluded right hand point break just steps away. Need I say more?

K59 is a 3 hour plane ride from Houston and about a 45 minute drive from the capital of El Salvador, which is San Salvador. Once you arrive at K59, you have no reason to leave. You have a perfect right hand point break all to yourself with a minimal crowd. The staff and other surfers from around the world will be the only happy faces you see in the water. El Salvador is situated straight south on the Pacific, which is great for picking up southern swells. The surf season in El Salvador is almost year round and no wetsuit is needed. The best months are from March to October. November through February, the waves are smaller but very clean. If you want to check out other waves nearby there are plenty such as Sunzal, Punta Roca, Mizata, etc.

Photo Adam Valadez @adamisraelvaladez

When you aren’t surfing, there’s plenty of other activities. The area is so beautiful, the best thing to do is to enjoy the views, take a dip in the pool, and enjoy a siesta in one of the hammocks while listening to the sound of the waves. You can also fish or explore the beach on low tide. One of the staff members can take you on a tour of nearby waterfalls, volcanos, or Mayan ruins. There is a masseuse at the resort, that gives a deep massage under a palapa, which is nice after surfing nonstop for days.

When you stay at K59 Surf Resort, 3 meals a day are included in your stay. Their menu offers delicious local cuisine, fresh seafood, fruit, and vegetables. They have ice cold El Salvador cervezas available, Pilsener and Suprema, for $2.00 which they put on your tab that you pay at the end of your stay.

The manager, Geovanny, and his staff go above and beyond to take care of you and make sure you are having nothing less than a great trip. Not only do they become your friends, they are very talented at surfing. It is amazing to watch.
When you stay at K59 Surf Resort, the only thing you have to think about is surfing. With staff that takes care of all your needs, food and drinks on site, comfortable bedrooms with A/C, and perfect waves out front – this place is a surfer’s dream.

To book your trip or read more about K59 Surf Resort, visit their website and check out their social media pages. Buenas olas!

Connect with K59 Surf Resort:

Website: www.k59surfresort.com

Facebook: www.facebook.com/k59surfresort

Instagram: @k59surfresort

Chris Bryars putting his twin fin to work. Photo Kelly Groce

Photo Garrett Blumenshine

K59 Surf Resort is a surfer’s paradise. Photo Kelly Groce

A local fisherman brings in fresh fish for ceviche. Photo Kelly Groce