Daily Surf Report - 8/19/2016

Inspirational Quote of the Day:
It is far better to be alone, than to be in bad company." - George Washington

Sturgeon Moonrise Kingdom as magnetic forces draw people from far and wide.  Calm and sedate morning with winds at a lull.  59F says the thermometer and the skies are partially clear and partially not.  Rumor, innuendo and conjecture regarding a certain S swell cannot be currently confirmed upon these low waters.  Gravitational pull will have effects today so mind your tide tables and plan wisely.  A good morning to wash and recharge your crystals with positive intentions............  

NNEL: The current quintet entering these baptismal waters do so in a pedestrian fashion and appear as miracles.  On closer inspection they do not walk on water but through as low tide and board fins do not allow for paddling entry.  Dig out the alaia or better yet the proning board and avoid bottom contact while maintaining forward momentum.  Wave height unmeasurable  

PATCH:  A daring duo up and out while bats still swirl have taken their stead at the farthest reaches of the Patch.  The journey was accomplished with the aid of carbon fiber paddle and seems a bit more like an exercise in exercise.  Forerunner S swell sentinels were visualized last night in the dying light and will need more water here to actualize into a rideable result.  


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LOW: 6:42 AM  -0.3'

HIGH: 1:34 PM    5.6'

LOW: 6:52 PM    1.7'

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