Hit the pre-crowded surf just after dawn. Waist to chest high swell, rising tide (+1.3' to 1.7'). Some wind, especially as a squall came through, but not so much that it changed my foiling. I took out the same setup from the previous session - Slingshot Infinity 76 on the 24" mast and the 5'2" prone foilboard. I was focusing on steeper takeoffs - using my front hand as a third foot keeping more pressure up front to keep the nose down. These past two sessions I've been using the old "prime" setting that I had identified prior to me taking the 5'2" from rotation to fix the pinhole leaks. I think I need to push the foil forward to get more lift now.
There was an old couple out - she was on a Slingshot H2, and he was on an Armstrong 1200. They paddled to the far right on the outside. I saw her on a few, but I didn't see any of his rides. I really like those Armstrongs (but I don't like the price tag - I'll try and sell off what I currently use, then maybe get the 1550).