Surf conditions at 7.10 a.m. on Wednesday 12th March 2014:
It's a cracker!
As the hedgerows and fields and gardens and headlands suddenly show blossoming signs of spring, the sky has unveiled a morning of coastal blue, that shade that you can't find anywhere else.
And the surf! The surf is cresting through at all of the main breaks, old and new. Four feet of oilly glass heaven, rolling in and reeling across the shallows, the air filled with the roar of breaking waves to the backing tune of early morning birdsong.
It's a couple of hours till low tide, the Reef is spilling those waves sideways, the Slab is rolling other waves the other way and it's all looking good for a fabulous day of surfriding!
I suspect that every surf break along the coast of Cornwall and into Devon should have exquisite surf this morning, with no wind at all, barely a slight air movement offshore and a fresh and energetic looking swell, you can just take your pick and head to your favourite break!
Make sure that you get on it early though, if you can, those light onshores will probably kick in by early afternoon or lunchtime. It should still be okay though, just not as good as it looks right now.
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