Monday

Little knee to thigh high east windchop this morning throughout South Florida. The winds are blowing so hopefully it’ll pick up throughout the day. Hope it does! It’ll be cool to get a session with the eclipse this afternoon.

Tuesday

Fun waves today up in St. Lucie County. Definitely a nice break from this summer flat spell!!!

NWS is calling for a little SE breeze to pick up on Thursday and last a few days. We might get some longboardable waves out of it.

Tuesday

Besides the gnarly amount of seaweed we caught some fun waves it Pompano yesterday. Looks like we’ll have some rideable leftovers this morning before the winds start backing off. Looks to go flat for the rest of the week so you might want to get some tossed salad before its gone.

Wednesday

Flat throughout south Florida today.

Sunday Funday at the Log Jam contest in Juno last weekend. Great contest, great surfers but not so great waves. Here’s a few pics…

Friday

Little leftovers this morning in South PBC. Longboardable at best.

Looks like another round of waves for the beginning of next week. The wave models show it filling in Sunday night with a chance of offshore winds Monday morning.

Here’s a few shots from yesterday in south PBC

And here’s a few from Wednesday

Monday

Trace wind-swell down south this morning. North of the Bahamas blockage still has some waves tho.

Here’s a few shots from Yesterday in St. Lucie County.

Here’s some shots from the SingleFin Showdown in Stuart on Saturday. Super small choppy sloppy for a contest but the talent showed through. Great event for a great cause! Big Ups Ohana Surf Shop for putting it on!

Thursday

Tiny leftovers this morning in North Broward. You might find a decent wave with decent winds upcoast but even that looks to be on its way out.

Here’s a few shots from the 2 dollar contest in LBS last Saturday. These guys were actually killing it in closed out windchop.

Wednesday Surf Report and some photos from Costa last weekend

Fading SE windchop this morning in Pompano. With the winds backing off and the high tide this morning it’s pretty much done now.

Marine forecast is calling for some sizable NE windchop this weekend. Could be fun if you find some protection from the wind.

Booked a last minute flight to Costa Rica for a quick hit last weekend. Scored some sick longboard waves at a point break in Quepos and managed to find some decent size beach breaks that weren’t totally closing out. Fun little two day surf trip!

 

Monday

Not much going on surf wise today in South Florida. The above pictures are from yesterday in central pbc.

Gulf Coast – hit or miss Day 2

solid set comes through.

Hitting the road on my first trip of the year across the Florida coast to the West side.  The largest storm this winter is hitting early this week across the coasts, slatted to bring waves to both coasts.  I drove over on Sunday afternoon to get a session in before dark and the swell was already showing pretty strong.  Nokomis, Florida is not exactly a wave magnet compared to the rest of the world but has its moments with a set of Jetties that extend out with Venice to the south.  A little hint of red tide welcomed me but wasn’t enough to keep me out of the water.  Surfed until dark as it wasn’t ready to shoot yet.

The wind blew really hard as many of you experienced across Florida all night.  Waking up this morning to the buoy offshore in the Gulf at 20ft, the largest its been for a couple years.  I linked up with an old friend and ripper Jake to give it a go in the morning.  We checked it at dark and decided to go out at Venice public beach.  Since the winter has been so mild this year the water is actually pleasant and not super cold.  Pretty solid sets were coming through.  Pretty sure we were the only ones out for miles.  I swam out with my flash housing while we both tried to get into position to lineup for a shot.  It was great to get in the water again after having a back injury the last week.  We didn’t get much but had fun out there.  Couple bombs came through, pretty rare size for Venice beach.  After about an hour we headed in as it was too light for the flash. As the wind clocks more NW the waves will change and the spots to surf will change.  Time will tell what the conditions will evolve into!