Daily Surf Report - 6/11/2010

More of the same weather with another beautiful sunny morning. Light off-shore winds and mild temps. Looks to be a nice couple of days ahead for the beach and surfing. Temps predicted to hit the 80s inland tomorrow.

Surf is still smooth and ridable but in the knee to thigh range. The wind is off-shore causing a nice little spray off the back and holding up the waves to make them fun.

The Groin / Channel is currently the best spot as the surf is coming in regularly and smooth. You could ride a shorter board or fish on the inside but a longboard will still be your best option.

The Patch waves are smaller and not well organized due to the low tide. There were afternoon waves in the Patch yesterday.

5:30 am - LOW -1.2'
12:54 pm - HIGH 4.4'
4:59 pm - LOW 2.8'

We are now open daily from 9am - 6pm for our summer hours through October. Come by to rent if you need gear. We have a full selection of suits, boots, boards and SUPs to rent every day and are only 522 steps to the beach.

The last of our fall inventory of used suits and boards are still for sale at low prices while we re-stock for spring and summer. Foamie and epoxy boards must go to make way for new boards. We have sizes available from 7'10" up to 10'2".

Come by the shop to check our new inventory of boards and wetsuits. If you are looking for a fish or longboard for summer we have a nice selection. We also have our new run of clothing from Ando & Friends, HippyTree and Carve