A slight drop in swell coupled with continued off-shores and sunny skies saw Sunday really turn it on between the Capes. It was super clean and super fun as most spots had something worth getting wet for. As the cloud came over early afternoon and the tide dropped, the crowds cleared offering great uncrowded conditions for those who missed a morning surf, or had the energy to get back in the water for an arvo session while conditions were so good. Tomorrow also looks the good
Conditions looked pretty good yesterday afternoon and with the forecast showing a light easterly, continued decent sized swell and a good period interval, things were looking up for Saturday. Although there was still a bit of morning sickness in the swell with it not quite lining up perfectly, things improved over the course of the morning into early afternoon, bringing some great conditions for those in the water. Crowds are still generally small, with most reef breaks and b
Another day of smokin' surf just in time for the long weekend holiday Monday. No complaints from us. Hopefully if you're a blow-in you managed a sneaky on the way home. The car park certainly suggested exactly that. Crowded early, a few of the surf spots were down to a handful of crew by late morning. And conditions were pretty bloody good - solid swell (a good four to six foot) and a light offshore. Plenty of good sized waves with the odd clean up set keeping everyone on the
Well... it's been a while between drinks. Sure, a quick look over your shoulder and you're done and dusted in half an hour. Today wasn't like that. Today was like a long, cool drink on a hot day. We've seen a lot less action of the unwanted kind over the last few weeks and we're hoping everyone (and everything) has settled down. We still have Three Bears and Boranup beaches closed to shark activity bought about by continued whale carcasses, but on the whole, things look good.