Daily Surf Report - 4/15/2017

Inspirational Quote of the Day:
"The early bird gets the worm, but the second mouse gets the cheese." - Steven Wright

Mixed skies bring mixed messages as we ease into spring time living. The sun shines brightly through pockets while the morning temps dip and hold.  A glorious day to get out and turn your face skyward as soon we shall have more rain to contend with.  Preparations are in effect for the great rabbit's visit and the hunt is on for waves and eggs alike.  Both swells deplete themselves and a rogue low tide tests one's will to persevere.  44F now and will warm into the 60s.  No winds for now and the skies are partially blue.  Gilbert, rise and shine!


CHANNEL: Wide vastness of exposed sand with our early morning low tide sucking dry.  A time for beach combers to find treasure and lovers to take long walks.  Not nearly enough water to fathom a rideable wave as one must wait the long wait until early afternoon to attempt a slide or three.  Shore lappers only. 

PATCH:  A lessening in quantity and quality as swells fade and waters retreat.  Exposure of rocks at an all time high with an opposite effect upon the waves.  Knee knockers and calf rockers for your Saturday morning enjoyment.  The sun is out in all its glory and there are participants in the sport of kings making worthy efforts with borderline success.


 Respect the Beach


LOW: 8:51 A0.1'

HIGH: 4:00
PM   4.1'

LOW: 8:47
PM   2.6'

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