Daily Surf Report - 4/3/2014

Inspirational crystal quote of the day:  
“Accept what is, let go of what was, and have faith in what will be.” - Sonia Ricotti Author

Grey, overcast and calm morning.  Sun starting to break through. No wind and a cool temp clocking in at 48F.  May be a chance of showers this afternoon then warming up and staying sunny through the weekend.  Super low tide right now as we just hit sea level.  Fairly soft conditions but quality always counts over quantity.

CHANNEL: Incoming tide should help but the lefts off the Groin and Channel bars are lean, clean, smooth and reeling.  Size is only thigh high at best but the shape is nice and the ocean is super smooth.  Looks like money on a longboard and there is a solitary surfer on it.  Let the tide rise and it should improve a bit but watch out for shifting winds and weather later in the day.

PATCH:  Super shallow as in no water and all rocks showing.  No waves or surfers here yet but who knows what the future may hold.  Consult your crystal ball, tide charts and buoy readings and we'll see you in the water.  Shaka!!

Respect the Beach.


LOW: 8:50 am -0.2'

HIGH: 3:52 pm 4.5'

LOW: 8:51 pm 2.2

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