Daily Surf Report - 6/10/2015

Inspirational Crystal Quote Of The Day:   
Poetry is a controlled refinement of sobbing." - Nicholson Baker

A rare and steady rain pulsates from the sky, and has many with quizzical looks gazing towards the heavens. Though not expected to continue the length of the day, it will certainly be the paradigm on which the morning operates, as the mercury will rise only marginally from it's current 61 degrees. Not to worry, however, as the AM crew is out in force and is currently a flurry of board bags, various states of undress, and many a lowered tailgate. They are chasing the remnants of the SSW that is providing fun, if not epic, amounts of stoke this morning. Find yourself amongst them, or don't.

CHANNEL:  Rumors and scuttlebutt of the return of the Mali-Bo bar may be closer to reality than one might surmise, as a dynamic duo who are making the most can attest this fine day. Just outside of the marker are shapes that bring thoughts of potential, if they currently lack a bit of energy behind them. As per usual, tide levels will dictate what stoke will be found here throughout the day, so be mindful. It should not surprise the keen observer to spot many forms of watercraft in this area as day grows long.

PATCH:  Oh, the many paddles seeking purchase mix with a determined dozen of logs as they pursue the same solid rollers this morn. Holding and peeling with smiles for yards, if not miles. Height is not a factor, they currently reside in a standard issue thigh-waist range, but that is a known commodity. The luncheon low will take with it most of the punch on display currently, but pre and post should keep one's chi flowing and slides going. Keep an eye out for special guests in the afternoon hours, or feel their wrath. Your choice.

Important Note from the Bolinas Fishing Community:
When heading out the Channel,  the fishing boats have a very narrow slot to navigate and the fishermen have to "thread the needle" to avoid having their boats dumped by waves. The boats don't have the ability or opportunity to veer away from oncoming waves and must take them straight on. Surfers - please practice Ocean Courtesy when boats are heading in and out of the Channel and paddle out of the boat's path to let them through. This will also help in avoiding being run over by a boat at speed.

Respect the Beach


HIGH: 6:43 AM 4.2'

LOW: 12:31 PM 0.6'

HIGH: 7:36 PM 5.8'

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