Surf conditions at 6.45 a.m. on Thursday 26th September 2013:
It's a duller and damper morning than of late but it's strangely no worse off for that!
The temperature is reading 15 deg C and should rise with more daylight and there is no wind at all, yet, the lightest of light breezes gently wafting from the south east (offshore).
It's a calm and cosy morning with those glassy waves still rolling ashore.
That lively three foot swell is still spinning regular two to three feet waves into the bay, an unfurling four foot peak every twenty minutes or so. All of it is glassy, all of it is peeling and all of it is inviting!
So, grab your favourite board, a block of wax, shrug those paddled out shoulders, pick your favourite break and slip on out for another day of surfing heaven!
And so, as Sally Fitzgibbon claimed the Roxy Pro title yesterday, wrapping up an action packed final down in France, the Quiksilver Pro might kick off today if the Biscay mist lifts off the Ocean.
Always a great spectacle, maybe more so this year with Kelly having exited the Hurley Pro so early but with no serious contender taking any advantage in the title race.
You can follow the action at: quiksilverlive.com/profrance/2013
And later on, we can keep up to date with the World Longboard Championships down in Peru where Ben (Skindog) Skinner and the rest of Team GB have a real chance of bringing home a whole heap of silverware.
Shout your support and follow the action at: isawlc.com
I'm away for a few days and so there will be no surf report until next week!