Tubes and other rides


The last few weeks of 2015 were pretty  uneventful, a lack of women surfers, cold water conditions (50-52°F), high winds and cloud cover.

Although, there were a couple of days in Cayucos where I found what I was looking for. A little sun and surfers. Cayucos, California is a sleepy little berg off of Highway 1, two blocks long with a public pier.


A steep pebble beach that is less prone to erosion. On days with an offshore wind and an average swell, some “tubes” may show and they can be fun.


Surfers will tell you when the Rock at Morro Bay is “blown out” Cayucos can be good. In high surf conditions, when both are bad, everyone will be heading to Widow Walls. It’s a “right” that breaks down the inside of the north jetty, not a lot of room, but can be a lot of fun.

Keep a leash on it  Bob


P. S.   The men surfers shown on this blog are only to depict the “tubes” at Cayucos and no credit shall be given. Groms are fair game.


About Bob Isenberg

Photographer of surfers and owner of Pacific Coast Peregrine Watch, 501(c)(3) educational nonprofit in Morro Bay, CA
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