Surf Report for Friday 3rd July 2015

Constantine (3*):  2 to 3 feet

at 6.25 a.m:

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It’s a beaut of a morning!
The wide open sky is blue from horizon to horizon, the odd silver streak of early morning cloud just adding some interest, while that sunburst dawn eases into a morning of cheery sunshine. The wind is offshore, breezing into the two foot swell, producing two to occasionally three foot peaks of peeling glass.
And that is just ahead of high tide, give it an hour or two and those shore break dumpers should be peeling walls.
A day of fun-in-the-sun kind of surf is waiting, so grab some wax, a favourite board, some sunblock and let’s go surfing!

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Harlyn (0*):  Flat

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It’s almost flat around here this morning, frustrating ripple lines gliding ashore.
It looks like Sharky and a few of the guys are having an early morning paddleboard glide, which is probably the best thing to do here today.
It is beautiful, calm and peaceful here this morning, a fabulous backdrop for SUPing, kayaking, or just swimming but you’re probably not going to get a surfboard gliding here today!

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Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  13:26  (1.0m)              High Tide:  19:20  (7.5m)

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Surf Forecast for Saturday 4th July 2015

Another bright ’n breezy day is likely to greet us today but with a south westerly wind rather than Friday’s offshores.
So there should be more swell with that wind behind it, even if it is going to be a bit bumpy and lumpy at our favourite breaks. Harlyn should be showing some small but super clean surf, probably getting better with the afternoon tide behind it.
Yep, a fun Saturday of mixed but good surf should be waiting for us with enough fine weather to keep most happy!
Enjoy!

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Surf Conditions for the Weekend

With only a little luck we should carry on enjoying some fabulous weather all the way through the weekend, temperatures staying high and with lots of blue spreading across most of the sky!
The surf is likely to be clean and offshore through Friday, the wind blowing from the south east but only small, a foot or two but maybe getting bigger through the afternoon with the push of that spring tide. But it should be a beautiful foot or two anyway, with plenty of sunshine and those offshore winds.
The wind is likely to slip back to the south west for the weekend, pushing a little extra surf our way and making the choice between onshore, bumpy and lumpy main surf breaks versus cleaner and smarter but much smaller, maybe too small Harlyn.
It’s always nice to have a choice though!
Have a great weekend, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!