Saturday, April 29, 2017

Daily Surf Report - 4/29/2017

Inspirational Quote of the Day:
"Every individual matters.  Every individual has a role to play.  Every individual makes a difference." - Jane Goodall

A variation on a recent theme with blazing sunshine beaming down and temps starting to rise.  Negatively low low tides negatively effecting the seek for stoke and confining efforts to those spots containing deeper or any water.  Mid period NW swell co-mingles with a background S but water levels are lacking early and therefore require a waiting period to resolve.  Currently 54F with light and variable winds.  Glassy ocean and plenty of sand to romp and roam with a pup.  A day full of promise and possibility unlimited.  

CHANNEL:  At this time and tide the answer is no.  Later in the day quite possibly maybe.  Last night a definitive yes.  

PATCH:  The meeting rock stands tall as a spire and takeoff marker for the dedicated throng.  Ambitious settlers angling for knee high rights or calf high lefts at the deepest reaches of the Patch.  Intermittent S swell pulses push the breakers a notch about the patella. 


 Respect the Beach!


LOW: 8:24 AM    -1.2'

HIGH: 3:47 PM   4.9'

LOW: 8
:25 PM   2.3'

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