Surf Report for Friday 14th April 2017

At 6.30 a.m:  

Constantine (1*):  1 to 2 feet  

A quiet and peaceful, overcast morning is kicking off this Easter Weekend holiday, the silver streaked sky holding just a small threat of rain, the breeze light and from the south west.
The surf is pretty small, a couple of feet or so of crumbly but fun looking little swell lines are moving quietly through the high tide depths, vainly looking for somewhere shallow enough to break with purpose.
So, it looks as though we have a lazy day ahead of us with the chance of a session or two of small but maybe fun surf to fit in if you pick the right place at the right time!

 

Harlyn (0*):  Flat  

Classic little, tiny wavelets are peeling ashore as the tide drops off high, a few inches of molten glass ripples shushing along the tideline.
It is all very pretty and calm and peaceful and lovely but there’s no surf here today!

Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  14:27  (1.1m)              High Tide:  08:04  (6.9m)

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Surf Forecast for Easter Saturday 2017  

The return of that north westerly wind is going to freshen the air today, allowing some more sparkling sunshine through but not doing much for the surf.
Another day of small and choppy surf awaits, a couple of feet of slop and chop being the best that we can hope for this Easter Saturday!  

Surf Conditions for Easter Weekend  

North westerly winds look set to continue to plague us throughout this Easter Weekend, keeping temperatures low and making for choppy surf conditions.
Small and localised wind swells are our best hope for surfing this weekend with a forecast foot or two of junky little waves set to keep the young guys happy with their air attempts, those bumpy little waves offering loads of chop-hop opportunities!
So, a mainly dry and bright enough holiday weekend awaits with enough little waves being blown in to tempt most surfers into the water at some stage.
Have a great Easter, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!