Surf conditions at 7.45 a.m. on Saturday 15th February 2014:
The wind is still offshore here this morning, howling into those sweeping swells.
It's one of those days when the surf is generally three to four feet but with monster sets growling into the wind every ten minutes or so, big and grey walls of water sweeping in and standing tall, twice as far out as the more regular waves.
The dropping tide and the full flow of the stream are causing a rip to run across what would be a lineup but that should change with the tide.
The forecasts are showing a drop in size by about a third throughout the day but that could be counteracted by that fairly big incoming spring tide this afternoon.
So there are plenty of waves powering in here today and so far the wind is right but take it easy if you're not that experienced, there's probably a bit more going on out there than might at first appear. But with the sky brightening and hopefully the wind strength easing, it is certainly an option and could be really quite good later!
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