Monday, June 9, 2008

Random Monday Morning Surf Report – Looking fun out there

Just did a quick surf check this morning and it looks pretty fun out there…and by “out there” I mean at almost all of the SW facing spots in SoCal.

The new SW swell is already showing some decent size and it will continue to build through the day (and other similar-larger size chunk of SW swell arrives over the next couple of days).

Winds are light and variable…most spots are clean (with a few pockets of southerly texture at the more exposed ones).

The points and reefs are seeing the best shape…particularly those in South OC, North San Diego, and if you like a smaller wave…in North LA County.

Wave Heights are generally in the chest-high+ range while the standout areas are seeing shoulder-high to overhead sets. It is a bit inconsistent (probably thanks to the morning tide drain)…but look for the consistency and the tide to build as we move throughout the day. If you can try and paddle out around 9am when the tide will start to switch around.


pix0r said...

stoked, going to take a long lunch and hit salt creek after the tide comes back up a bit..

keep the updates coming, this site rocks!

Anonymous said...

had a fun, but inconsistent surf in N LA. waited for what seemed like a half hour between sporadic half-sets. But when they came, they were shoulder/head high+. june gloom marine layer kept the winds down and kept my face from getting too burned. crowded at county line and malibu, but some spots in between we're relatively light.