Daily Surf Report - 2/10/2015

Inspirational Crystal Quote Of The Day:

"Everything in life is just for a while." - Philip K. Dick 

This is the type of morning that postcards are made of. A shroud of lingering fog, immense bursts of sunshine, and 48 degrees as sliders are visible as finally the storms have passed. Even the rare soul NOT on a log or egg was observed taking solid lines. Consistent offshore winds and favorable tide conditions make for a solid day, not big, not epic, but still a day to enjoy...

CHANNEL: To the wide right of Mali-Bo a half dozen sliders are riding consistent waist high slow rollers, with the keenest eyes placing themselves into chest high delights with some shape. The storm has clearly made some alterations to the Channel, so watch closely, but there are rewards to be had.

PATCH: Less form and more variables equal no sliding at present. In an unusual twist of tidal fate, the late afternoon high tide should benefit our beloved patch as the lunch hour nears. Shapes are just beginning to be observed. All the ingredients are in place, they just need some marination.

Respect the Beach


LOW: 9:50 AM 1.6'

HIGH: 3:58 PM 3.9'

LOW: 9:18 PM 2.1'

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