Pensacola Beach Surf Report

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Saturday Midday Surf Update 12/3/16

It’s on! The 2016 Waterboyz Winter Surf Classic competition at the Pensacola Beach pier. The winds have laid down a bit to around 13 mph, the tide is almost dead low. Low tide will a cure at 11:06 am, then as it fills in the swell will increase and improve. The sun is trying to pop through the cloud blanket and warm things up. The surf has increased into the head high range, and the lines are shaping up. 

By | Saturday, December 3rd, 2016|

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Saturday Morning Surf Report 12/3/16

Good morning surfers, we currently have waist to rib high sets wrapping in from the SE, with about 6 seconds of energy. The form is decent and it should continue to shape up for the Waterboyz Winter Surf Classsic that’s starts at 9:00 today on the west side of the pier. We have overcast skies, and there is a brisk ENE wind blowing at 15 to 18 mph. The winds will increase later today, as so with the swell. It’s currently short boardable and long boardable, but I think it’s probably too windy for surf SUP’n. 

By | Saturday, December 3rd, 2016|

Wednesday Afternoon Surf Report 12/1/16

Good afternoon SurfSmooth surfers, the winds have backed down some and the sun has warmed up the air a bit more. We currently still have some small knee to thigh high sets coming in from the SSE. They look like they will be fun on a long board or a SUP, sorry shortboarder’s your day was yesterday. The tide is coming back in now, so it will help with keep the long low lines around to play on. 

By | Thursday, December 1st, 2016|

Surfrider’s Don’t Miss This Movie 12/4/16

Six days from today, December 4th, there is going to be a fundraiser movie for John Russell at the Treehouse Cinemas in Gulf Breeze at 5:00 pm. It’s a free event, donations to help out with John’s ongoing medical expenses, are welcomed. We hope to pack the house for this event, so come out and show your love and support for John Russell. Thanks to Nathan Pooley and Ben Martin who were able to get permission to show this newly released surf film, “View From A Blue Moon”, it has had great reviews, so this should be an awesome evening to come out with family and friends, to help support John. See you there!

By | Monday, November 28th, 2016|
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