Surf conditions at 6.50 a.m. on Saturday 23rd March 2013:
It's a cracker!
The sun is shining, the birds are singing and those waves are barreling!
The corduroy effect is fully stretching beyond the Quies, three to four to five feet waves, bigger on the sets, the wind super light and offshore and the sun reflecting off those warping, watery walls.
Yep, it is just about as good as it ever gets along this stretch of jaggedy coastline and I suggest that you slip and slide on in there as quickly as you like, that wind could just build!
But not until later this afternoon.
The water is pretty much at its coldest right now but not much the worse for that on a bright and sunny and calm day like today. Having dropped beneath that 10 deg C barrier it is till warmer than it has been for the last few years.
But boots, gloves and hats are generally in full service, even on a beautiful day like this! If you need to upgrade yours then we're open 10 till 4!
Here's a little edit of Rhys (Barfield)'s visit to the epi-centre of global surfing, the Gold Coast, Queensland: vimeo.com/61471422
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