Surf Report for Sunday 20th July 2014

Constantine (1*):  Flat to 1 ft

at 6.05 a.m.

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A beautifully tranquil morning has settled on us yet again, some hazy mist drifting gently in the early morning air, a bright sun slipping over the horizon and small glassy little waves splashing along the shore.
Yeah, the surf isn’t all that but what little there is is sheet glass and pretty, all clearly defined and enticing but real small.
Again.
We should find some gliders to slide a longboard across later but you’re going to have to work for it. If you just rock up expecting a surf you might be disappointed, tide times and under sea surfaces are going to play a part in dictating when you’re going to be able to enjoy a fun surf in the sun as opposed to a bit of a let down. HTC and LTB are going to be our best bets, the same as yesterday except with a little more to it.
If you get it right then you should be able to have a great Sunday slide on a fabulously sunny Sunday!

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Harlyn (0*):  Flat

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No, it is still super flat around here, that infinite infinity pool of smoothness stretching to the horizon!
It is quite beautiful here once again this morning but there is no surf at all!

Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  18:58  (2.2m)           High Tide:  12:27  (6.1m)

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Surf Forecast for Monday 21st July 2014

And on it goes!
These summer doldrums are providing gorgeous weather but very little surf. Stand Up Paddling and other distractions are fun but not quite the same eh?
But we have been finding those tiny peaks to slide across at just that right stage of tide, just as those tiny little swell lines are tripped up by shallower slopes beneath.
And knee to hip high little peaks are going to be the most that we can hope for again today beneath bright and sunny, summer skies.
So, grab the longboard, that’s the best that we can hope for!

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Surf Conditions for the Start of the Week

Another wonderful week of fine and bright, calm and sunny weather is waiting for us but with not that much in the way of surf.
To start with.
It might be midweek before you can reach for the short board with any conviction but by then there should be some still small but super clean and very surfable, fun waves.
Until then we are going to have to grovel it out in mainly knee high and lazy little peelers. All in beautifully bright and sunny weather probably but still with only tiny waves to ride!
So it’s going to be a it of a wait for some surf. Let’s drag out the SUPs for a paddle or grab a snorkel and go for a swim. The water is lovely and warm (18 deg C) and still warming up!
Have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!