Thursday, April 20, 2017

Daily Surf Report - 4/20/2017

Inspirational Quote of the Day:
"Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better." - Albert Einstein

Deeper meanings reveal themselves in the early sunlight that warms a steaming earth.  Peaking, building and fading swells all coalesce today to offer options in varying degrees.  The sun is winning the weather battle waged last night and the morning temp of 53F is readily rising.  No winds currently and an expanding lineup as the hours pass.


CHANNEL: One single solitary surfer seeking serenity surrenders to the source and desiring slides upon a higher tide.  Limited by water levels yet yielding periodically with waves and warbles that appear and retreat almost simultaneously. 

PATCH: A bit too much early water.  A few too many population but here is where the main draw lives.  Silky traces on outside faces and a touch of S swell getting the summer vibe feeling flowing.  Marching up towards waist high and a conglomeration of water craft taking part in the offerings.


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HIGH: 6:47 A

LOW: 1:30
PM   0.4'

HIGH: 8:50
PM   4.5'

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