Daily Surf Report - 9/9/2016


"The more you can dream, the more you can do." - Michael Korda

Coastal clouds yet winds have died down and ocean surfaces remain smooth in the mist.  Inland temps will rise and current swells may well drive people to the coast.  NW windswell remains in play and the S swell builds and holds long range energy within.  Tides are positive along with early attitudes and chatter is minimal as suits are stretched over limbs.  Morning temps are 57F and while we may not see the sun we are not overly concerned with the absence.  

CHANNEL: Resilient lefts upon stalwart sandbars spring forth and spin forwards.  Hazy in the early light the dawn does bring clarity and has stoke seekers moving with a greater purpose.  The now vs. later discussion is rendered a moot point this morning.

PATCH: As the S swell finds its way home we are happily reminded about our fondness for the Patch.  Developing rights when the sets materialize have open space upon which to travel with tides helpful all day.  


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HIGH: 7:03 AM    3.9'

LOW: 11:50 AM    3.0'

HIGH: 5:57 PM    5.2'

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