Daily Surf Report - 12/17/2016

Inspirational Quote of the Day:
"The trees that are slow to grow bear the best fruit." - Moliere


Listener sponsored Gospel radio sets the mood and uplifts the spirit.  Jah moonlight illuminates the path and shows The Way.  Mother Ocean withholds all gifts yet doles out periodically.  For now we must contend with faded NW windswell as we anxiously await the new delivery.  Frosty temps become the norm as do crystal clear skies, no winds and radiant sunshine.  34F makes for toasted toes that welcome warmer waters.  A day that may fulfill some wishes and dash others.

CHANNEL:  As low tide begins to push back it reveals the inner workings of the Mali-Bo enclave.  Once up and running the ripple of the day promotes length if not size.  City lights twinkle in the background as the day enlarges and a dawn duo considers Seadrift opportunities.  

PATCH:  The smallest of S swells, hidden under lacking waters is what we seek and search for.  Today will be the day for the longest of sleds as trusty steeds may find suitable morsels.  More water in the form of incoming tide may provide the impetus to mobilize those stymied by less than expected.


 Respect the Beach


LOW7:31 AM   2.5'

HIGH:  1:25 PM   6.0'

LOW8:05 PM   -0.7'

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