Daily Surf Report - 7/10/2016

Inspirational Quote of the Day:
"Seize the day, and put the least possible trust in tomorrow." - Horace  

Crisp with a slight chill and sweet taste in the air.  Sparkling, radiant and 53F to kick out the jams.  Winds again remain at bay and a slight rhythm from the S has loggers unlashing sleds and suiting up most pronto.  A lessened tide swing keeps water levels adequate for regular dips and trips.  The known is obvious but the unknown awaits.

CHANNEL: Groomed little grinders still feeling fine just in front of the boat ramp.  Quick entry and exits are required to keep all fins securely in place upon board bottoms as the shallows do approach.  At the Groin Pole Palace a bit wonky but working in the thigh high range with lefts the optimal direction of travel.  Basking seals to keep everyone company and plenty of patronage already exists.  


PATCH: Filled in swell from overnite has the Patch a bit more regular this morning. Higher low tides allow for more general coverage and those who like the slide and glide are out in force taking full advantage.  Stand up, lay down, sit on top, with paddle, arms akimbo, all are present and accounted for in the early hours.  Hopeful that all can play nice and get along while remembering the the right of wayMore time and more water will bring more heads to this setting. 


 Respect the Beach


HIGH: 4:10 AM   4.5'
LOW: 10:27 AM   0.8'

HIGH: 5:37 PM   5.3'

LOW: 11:43 PM   2.0'

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