Surf conditions at 6.55 a.m. on Saturday 26th April 2014:
That’s where a star system falls down. It is only one star conditions right now but everyone knows that the swell is going to build and it should be really quite good soon enough!
Right now though it is way smaller than expected – but the day is yet young!
A foot or so of immaculately wind-groomed little peelers are slapping the sand as the tide drops halfway out to low.
There is the occasional taller and hollow one, all deep blue and curling off the Rock, knee to thigh high at best.
It could, or should increase in size as the day rolls on, doubling or trebling in size by midday, allowing the Harlyn Classic to be fun.
The good thing is how it’s breaking here though.
There is a little space before those waves ground out. That might not stay like that as the surf builds in size but it could be really god if it did!
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