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A New Year coming

These are photos through to December 30th. I wish I had more, but its hard to find girls that like big waves or cold days or no sun or no waves, so I am at their mercy. On another subject, … Continue reading

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Late August and September surfers

I have caught a couple of new faces in the surf, but a lot that you will remember if you follow this site. Enjoy. Keep a leash on it, Bob

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June and July surfers

Mostly small summer surf, some fog. Not a lot of out-of-towners yet, next couple of months should start to see more action. Enjoy yourself in these photos. Keep a leash on it.      Bob    

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Mornings are best May 1

Wind, white caps and 47 degree water means its spring time. At 8:00 AM, there were 20 surfers in the waves at Morro Rock, by 9:15 there were 2 surfers. Wind has been the main factor. Not all days are … Continue reading

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A break in the rains

A couple of warm days and we have women surfers in the water. The rains have slowed a bit, but so has the surf, mostly 3 to 4 feet with occasional sets to 6 plus feet. Some of the girls … Continue reading

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Big, Bad & Ugly

I just received a this TEXT as soon as I posted the last story this morning: “Due to unfavorable and unsafe conditions, we have canceled the BIG, BAD & UGLY. We will work on rescheduling if the forecasting models turn around … Continue reading

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Halloween and beyond

The fall months on the Central Coast have been gorgeous. The surf has been big, then medium, then back to big, but very few days of small to no surf. The photos you see here are from Cayucos and the … Continue reading

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Little surf, a lot of sun

Late September and early October turned out to be great weather!  Not quite “Indian summer,” but beautiful. The water is still 54-56°, with an occasional spike to nearly 60°, but only for a day or two.  3-4mm wet suits are … Continue reading

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The summer that never was

I think it was sometime in July that I saw the last sunny morning. Maybe this marine layer will give way to an “Indian summer.” We can always hope. However, nothing stops a surfer from getting wet. Now for me… … Continue reading

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No swell summer

We still have a small south swell and surfers that will brave the 52 – 54 degree water of Estero Bay. Summer fog makes for poor photography most of the time,but we do get a brake once in a while when … Continue reading

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