Daily Surf Report - 12/22/2014

Inspirational crystal quote of the day: 
"Every moment is a golden one for him who has vision to recognize it as such." - Henry Miller

Mostly clear skies this morning as the fog continues to burn off our small piece of heaven. 52 degrees with whimsical breezes from the northwest are making for some action in the water this morning, although as the tide continues to barrel in, access becomes the biggest challenge. Mid-torso sets are visible, but seawall spray diffuses the sunlight as the boat ramp becomes a spillway. Watch the tides with determined eye and full heart.

CHANNEL:  A small handful of sliders seen bobbing this fair morning , but that number will decrease as the water is rapidly becoming too high. Waist-to-chest high can be had, but they are few and far between. Again, vigilance is the answer for today's question.

PATCH:  Minimal swell as paddles are spotted and dotted. Overall height topping out at mid-thigh at best. Even as the high waters diminish towards mid-afternoon, this space may not be the place.

Respect the Beach


LOW: 4:44 AM  2.6'

HIGH: 10:58 AM  6.7'

LOW:  5.40 PM  -1.3'


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