Daily Surf Report - 7/22/2016

Inspirational Quote of the Day:
Happiness is the harvest of a quiet eye." - Austin O'Malley

Sun, sand and no wind as a trifecta that really ties the day together.  Still functioning at low tidal level mornings as being furiously discussed atop the seawall.  Logs and stories are at the ready and those that follow Mary's lead may be pleasantly rewarded.  Windswell from the NW and a S swell worth keeping an eye on are the operational parameters upon which to work with today.  

CHANNEL: Boat ramp mysto left sparks interest and conjecture as it goes unridden across open seas.  Channel activity are islands in the sun with visible sandbars and pockets of depth.  Groin pole lefts may be an option with a tide change in the positive direction but that won't occur until after the breakfast bell.    

Sage wisdom says put on suit and paddle out.  The day beckons with beauty and some S swell salvos may appear or not.  Morning tide levels have dropped to the negative and then below.  Deliver yourself out past the far meeting rock in order to ascertain the situation.  Bring your big board and slip into a glistening peak that may tickle your ankles and rub your sore calves.


 Respect the Beach


LOW: 7:48 AM  -0.6'

HIGH: 2:54 PM   5.3'

LOW: 8:00 PM   2.3'

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