Sunday, March 12, 2017

Daily Surf Report - 3/12/2017

Inspirational Quote of the Day:
"The privilege of a lifetime is being who you are." - Joseph Campbell

We spring forwards to gain ground and time as we lengthen the day while losing a bit of sleep. The day seems invigorated in the new early light as temps slip down to 47F and a refrained glow bathes the dawn patrol. Wisps of fog are already a memory and a sun filled sky is well in evidence. A lessened session is upon us today but there is beauty and bounty if you slow down long enough to look around. Our mini-magnitude waves still have the capacity to elicit stoke and spread smiles. 


Seldom encountered lefts with the low tide swinging back.  The incoming push has not gained enough traction to counteract the diminished NW swell.  More depth of purpose is required which can be found towards Seadrift or during the later morning hours. 

PATCH:  A touch of SW swell currently being sourced provides just enough to make most loggers suit up as the day is stunning if not statuesque.  Rock and sand spread across the land with the high tide forthcoming by lunch.  Catch a few rights and work on your tan.  It is a win / win. 


 Respect the Beach


LOW: 6:00 A  1.2'

HIGH: 12:13 PM  5.7'

LOW: 6:19 P  0.0'

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