Thursday, February 16, 2012

Daily Surf Report - 2/16/2012

Best wishes and prayers go out to Jim and Martha Robinson who were both injured in a car accident while driving home from the beach last weekend. Jim and Martha are Bolinas regulars and great people. Get well soon and see you back in the lineup!

Frosty lowlands with morning temp of 40F. High pressure system builds with offshore flow expected for a couple of days. Skies are clear and blue.
Buoys still have a long period but size has dropped. Surf remains small but rideable with longboards having the best results. Afternoons have been fun.

Channel: Draining tide with occasional waves off the Channel bar. Looks to be a smooth, waist high left. Some inside rights moving towards Seadrift. 5 surfers in the water.

Patch: Knee high and best inside. Higher tide covers rocks but they are there so keep an eye out. SUPs and logs still work.

New logs in the shop. Resin tinted and Volan cloth - a classic combination. Big wide noses and fins. Soft, buttery rails to cruise, glide and trim. These are both 10.0' and were shaped by master craftsman, Bob Miller, out of Santa Cruz. These are the last coming out of his shaping bay for a while as he is sailing off to warmer waters. If you want a board to rule the Patch come take a look.

2012 Tide Logs are finally in. Come by to pick one up.

Just a reminder to pack your trash!!! PACK IT IN, PACK IT OUT. Respect the Beach.

High: 6:18 am 6.2'
Low: 1:25 pm -0.1'
High: 8:42 pm 4.5'

We are now open daily from 10am - 5pm for our Winter hours from NOVEMBER through APRIL. Come out to rent if you need gear. We have a full selection of suits, boots, boards, surf mats and SUPs to rent every day and are only 522 steps to the beach.

Lots of NEW and USED boards are in the racks so come check it out. Hooded wetsuits, 5mm booties and gloves are in stock as well. If you are in need of a new suit or board now is a great time to shop. We have all the gear for your cold water surfing needs.