Daily Surf Report - 2/21/2014

Inspirational crystal quote of the day:  
“The wind and the waves are always on the side of the ablest navigators.” - Edward Gibbon

Back to beautiful today with full sunshine.  Not a cloud in the sky, no wind and morning temp of a chill 47F.  Looks like the start of another nice beach weekend.  Easing swell and low morning water levels but there are a few waves to ride if you pick the right spot and have the right equipment.

CHANNEL:  Low tide still dropping for another hour.  Showing lots of sand and few waves right now.  This spot has good bars but does need more water to really strut its stuff.  Reeling and peeling lefts off the Groin bar but size is just knee high.  A bit of a jumbled mess in the Channel proper with the low tide bottoming out.  Seadrift not feeling much either just yet.  Keep your eyes open and let the water fill in and this could be the afternoon or evening spot to ride.

PATCH:  Looks to be the best spot to catch a wave this morning.  Scattered peaks in the area in the thigh to almost waist high size.  Water levels are draining so watch for boils and rocks as they will start to appear.  Decent contingent of longboarders and SUPs spread out here at the moment. Lefts and rights depending where you sit.  Paddle out and find a few now or wait til the mid-morning low has its coffee and perks up with more water.

Respect the Beach.


LOW: 10:01 am 0.9'

HIGH: 4:44 pm 3.9'

LOW: 9:33 pm 2.4'

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