Today was more blown out than yesterday, but there were many good waves to be had right in front of the boat ramp and near the channel. Perfect for long boarding, saw quite a few toes on the nose. Am now nursing 2-day surfing muscle aches :)
Just so you everyone knows, you didn't miss anything this afternoon at 4pm. Knee high in front of the PumpHouse, waist high up north. Closeouts all round. Also some weird sand bar action - I walked out to the lineup in knee deep water. That and a crazy N-S rip up north.
Beautiful day offset by terrible close-out-y excuse for surf. Quite a few people out at 10:30 all drifting south due to the strong current. North looks impassable (and empty as a result). May the surf gods shine on us sometime soon...
Thigh to shoulder high near ###### Cove, easy walk/paddle out, even on a 9'6". Current hadn't kicked in when I got out, but the shifting tide looked to be ruining the morning glass. Plenty of lively "aquatic fauna".
Regular closeouts from the boat docks to the north, about waist high with some head high sets. Wind onshore about 10mph. Some longboarders had a good time closer to shore (before getting pounded into the beach), otherwise I'd recommend something shorter, designed for mushy waves (i.e. LM). Worth a paddle out simply because it's the weekend!