Surf conditions at 7.55 a.m. on Monday 30th December 2013:
And it's still humping in here today!
Swell lines are striding beachwards, aggressively marching to the sand, held up only briefly by those powerful offshore winds before exploding ashore.
It's powerful looking, some of those close-outs wider than they're tall! But those ones (those few!) that don't close out are peeling and reeling across the beach, promising rides to remember!
There's an hour or more before low tide and there's no sign of anything really showing at Cheyney's. It seems to be bigger than yesterday but smaller than the days before,
Anyway, it should all start to improve with the incoming tide as well, increasing a bit in size and maybe not closing out quite so much (!?).
I somehow can't see it being as busy as yesterday (when cars overflowed the car park) but it has to be one of the better spots to aim for on this coast today, so it is likely to be busy. You're going to need that little bit of patience, understanding and tolerance, or you could just go trekking looking for those super sheltered spots!
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