Jul 18 2008

Bright morning, tiny waves

Published by at 9:15 am under Surf reports

Lone paddler in search of a wave at Dee Why

Hello Friends,

Yet another corker weather-wise for Sydney. Brilliant blue skies, light NW wind and comparatively mild temps. But the surf? Ah, that… look, here’s the thing; if you found waves there yesterday… the MHL buoy shows that Huey’s pretty much left the engine room telegraph in the same spot. Average period is 10sec and the height is around a metre. It’s still coming from the SE and the peak sets are still around 2 metres.

There doesn’t seem to be much of anything surfable at the Dee Why end of the Longy-Dee Why stretch, but if it’s like yesterday (which it is) I reckon there could be the odd crunchy one up toward the Lugga entrance. The banks looked pretty uniform yesterday when I went for a beach walk. Lots and lots of close outs on offer and not too many makeable ones.

Thanks to the mag work, it’s been awhile since I’ve had a chance to pull together a look at the long range prospects via a vidcast. I’m still pretty frantic, but I’ll see if I can do something for you later today.

Have yourself a top old day!

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