Daily Surf Report - 9/10/2011

Straight out of Stockton, CA - PAVEMENT. Alt punk band is on the ipod all day today.

Another misty, foggy blanket hangs over town this morning. Winds are light and south and the temp is 56F. Sun should burn it off by early afternoon and our nice days will continue. Better than it looks out there today and any day you surf is better than not. Combo NW windswell + small south swell in the water. Like the package of chicken you buy at the store - pieces and parts. If you get into the wave and if you make the section and if you float the little ledge (all fun things to do on a board) it does hold up and some good rides can be had.

Channel: Still showing lefts off the 2 sandbars. Deeper Channel bar is waist high +. A bit dumpy but some smooth, flat sections to work. Inside Groin left is smaller but working as well. Shorter boards will work as there is still some energy just not as smooth or clean as yesterday.

Patch: Crumbling waves in the thigh high + size. Plenty of water so rocks are covered and you can right it almost to the beach before kicking out. About 5 surfers in the water right now.

Check out the trailer for our friend Doug Walker's new surf movie "Lost and Found" It will be premiering at the NYC Surf Film Fest in September and is a great piece of surfing history that should not be missed.

Lost & Found Trailer

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

Low: 4:50 am 0.3'
High: 11:40 am 5.43'
Low: 5:04 pm 1.7'
High: 11:15 pm 5.8'

We are now open daily from 9am - 6pm for our Summer hours from MAY through OCTOBER. Come out 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.

If your are in need of a new suit or board now is the time to pick something up as we are fully stocked with new gear. The rack has everything from Mini Simmons, fishes and eggs to classic longboards. We also have plenty of wetsuits, hoods, gloves and booties for your cold water surfing.