Daily Surf Report - 9/2/2016

"In the practice of tolerance, one's enemy is the best teacher." - Dalai Lama

Mild temps and morning dents as night varmints attempt dangerous crossings. No wind and clearing skies have holiday weekenders seeking stoke and posting up early. Building and fading as new NW windswell fills cracks and current SW swells diminishes. Low tides make options slim and unlimited all at the same time. Choose wisely, surf early and often and remember it is a long weekend.

CHANNEL: Shallow crossings and teeth flossing as many set sail for destinations beyond our view.  The salmon are nipping and the sandbars are tripping though water is a lacking factor.  A trio is tempted and enters cautiously in hopes of more than the eye reveals.  Incoming tides are your friend for now and your foe during lunch.  


How can you say that you’re not responsible?
What does it have to do with me?
What is my reaction, what should it be?
Confronted by this latest atrocity
Driven to tears


 Respect the Beach


LOW: 6:39 AM    0.4'

HIGH: 1:26 PM    5.5'

LOW: 6:56 PM    1.5'

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