Daily Surf Report - 2/20/2014

Inspirational crystal quote of the day:  
“Life shrinks or expands in proportion to one's courage.” - Anaïs Nin

Clearing skies and chirping birds greet us on this wonderful West Marin morning.  Calmness prevails in town and temp is right at 50F.  Shaping up to be a memorable day at the beach.  We do have good NW swell numbers on the buoys as things bumped up overnite but low water levels right now not quite letting it in.  Time and tide are required to get the party started here today.

CHANNEL:  Low tide just hitting bottom has lots of sand exposed and little surf happening.  The bars are ready but we need a bit more water and time for the swell to fill in.  Seadrift rights looks to be handling it a bit more regularly and the occasional Groin bar lefts are thigh high with a solitary surfer on a longboard in the water.  Chill with your crystals and let time pass.  Watery rewards await the patient.

PATCH:  Waves outside that are going un-ridden as the lineup is empty.  Mind the meeting rock but use it as your take off zone.  Plenty of exposed rocks inside as well but navigate smartly and you will find rides.  The middle softens up and flattens out but give it a few hours and let the incoming tide provide the needed water levels and expect improvement.  Size looks to be waist high.

Respect the Beach.


LOW: 8:58am 1.1'

HIGH: 3:32 pm 4.1'

LOW: 8:38 pm 2.0'

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