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Surf Report for Monday 9th February 2015 | Constantine Bay Surf Store

Constantine (2*):  1 to 2 feet

at 7.25 a.m.


It’s a whole lot milder this morning than it has been for a while, still only 4 deg C or so but with barely a breeze.  Along with a massive, pale blue sky, it feels like a different world.
And yesterday just gave a little hint of Spring too didn’t it! Clean, fun surf under a brighter winter’s sky.
And the surf is pretty much the same today, a little smaller but still a foot or two and peeling around the place, that superlight breeze breathing gently offshore while yet another explosion of a dawn shakes the landside horizon.
The moon is shrinking but is still big and still hanging over the Reef, just adding that little something.
It’s a soul gliding slide surf of a day today, one to grab the longboard or retro fish or whatever floats you.

I’m away again tomorrow, so no surf report but see below for the forecast.  I’ll probably be late on it Tuesday.  Have fun!


Harlyn (0*):  Flat


It is pretty much flat around here this morning.
There are tiny but clearly defined little lines teasing their way ashore but they probably aren’t capable of carrying a grown man on a surfboard. And the other side is super attractive anyway, real small too but as pretty as.
Nope, if you want a surf today, you’re going to have to search out those wave magnet spots and avoid the sheltered breaks.

Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  14:38  (1.6m)             High Tide:  08:15  (6.8m)


Surf Forecast for Tuesday 10th February 2015

More small but immaculately shaped little waves are likely to carry on peeling their way to our breaks, pushing against a steady offshore wind under more clear and fine skies.
The swell is likely to be pretty small, maybe tiny but it is well travelled with a wave-period in the mit-teens making for some hopeful waves at the right places.
It could be another great day for gliding those little waves on a longboard if you seek out those wave magnet breaks again.


Surf Conditions for the Start of the Week

A beautiful week lies ahead of us as high pressure continues to control our weather system.
Calm, bright and still conditions are set as we go into another week of light offshores and small but well travelled and perfectly shaped little swells.
Those frosty mornings should quickly give way to bright and sunny days as the days start to open, those afterwork (school and college) sessions starting to be tempting.
So, get the gliding boards out, longboards or fish, whichever floats your winter desire and pick your tide times, the go surf!
Make sure your wetsuit is good though, that water temperature is properly midwinter cold now!
Have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!