Surf conditions at 7.50 a.m. on Monday 6th January 2014:
I know, it is a bit random, three to eight feet. But that's the way it is.
The steady, continuous waves are not much bigger than three to four feet, a crisp three to four feet with that steady offshore wind blowing. But the sets are powering in when they come, five to six feet occasionally, six to eight feet every now and again and then bigger than that if you wait around for long enough.
And that is an hour or more before another big high tide!
So, it is big and it is going to get bigger, whatever the guys who pause at the bridge for a moment mid-sets tell you.
And it looks powerful enough, looking at those waves peeling along the house defenses, taking most of the structure with them, tossing slabs of slate around like it's paper in a breeze.
But how cool would it be to shoot the bridge!? There are waves breaking beneath the bridge, creating more beach on the landward side.
Yeah, you will get a surf in here today if you're prepared and it will be good, if you're prepared. But if you're not prepared, you're probably going to facing a whole heap of misery, if you're lucky!!
Take it easy out there today and know your limits! Better to stay safe and watch if you're unsure.
After saying that, good luck to all the guys hitting it hard, the tow-in crews pulling in off Ireland, Portugal, France and those little mysto spots dotted around Cornwall.
Social media is going to be in a spin with all the images washing around in a minute!
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