Daily Surf Report - 3/28/2014

 Inspirational crystal quote of the day:  
“Neither fire, nor moisture, nor wind can destroy the blessing of a good deed, and it will reform the world.” - Buddha

Getting all the crystals back in order and aligned today.  May take a bit to sort things out and get back to normalcy here.  We have overcast and moist weather with S winds blowing on shore.  Temp is balmy at 56F.  Plenty of texture on the water surface and not much wave action of note.  Still have a mix of swells out there but facing a losing battle today against high tide and bad winds.  Saw a few of the big dogs heading for parts unknown so there may be better surf conditions elsewhere today.

CHANNEL: Getting swamped out with high tide approaching.  Fairly sloppy and not looking appetizing or very rideable either.  Scattered white-water peaks all over the general area with fishermen outnumbering the surfers at this point.  Seadrift bars may hold hope today but that will be on the outgoing tide in the afternoon.  Current size of waves = thigh.

PATCH:  Nothing clean or organized here today.  Knee high or better sloppy peaks that may or may NOT break. 

Respect the Beach.


LOW: 4:11 am 1.1'

HIGH: 10:29 am 5.8'

LOW: 4:29 pm -0.1'

HIGH: 11:16 pm 5.8'

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