Monthly Archives: March 2010

The Bank

Morning glass followed by afternoon glass. Sounds like the recipe for a great day of surfing – i’m sure it will be when the swell picks up again. There were some 2ft sets on the open beaches this afternoon on … Continue reading

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Good as Gold

Just sitting and watching the afternoon gold was enough to make ya day at the Pass. Hope that this swell that seems to have just arrived from the south is going to bring some good waves to continue the nice … Continue reading

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Gold Coasting

The swell swung to the east and so did the wind, by late afternoon. There were some nice waves at D’Bah this afternoon, and even better surfing in the amazingly warm Gold Coast water. There are people coming n going, … Continue reading

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Fisherman

There was an amazing change in the weather today – from torrential down pours in the morning to bright sunshine in the afternoon. The winds stayed light all day, but favored waves in the Bay, although there seemed to be … Continue reading

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Macaroni Cheese

With the gold of the morning and the perfectly shaped left handers, it was an epic start to another new Autumn day. The swell was around 3ft in the morning on the open beaches & light north west winds. Great … Continue reading

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Corner Bowl

After all the anticipation of monster cyclone swell & good winds for the bay, it seemed a little disappointing, yet the day did still offer some good waves. The swell has dropped a little from yesterday, but is still about … Continue reading

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Desaturation

Looks like the cyclone is continuing to push swell into The Bay, but along with the swell are some less favorable easterly winds. There were waves to be had & with bursts of sunshine late this afternoon, it was a … Continue reading

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Dawn Patrol

Love a good northeast swell, flooded in golden dawn light, when it’s 4-5 foot and off shore! Well, that’s exactly what we had this morning, so I hope you didn’t sleep through your alarm. Enjoy ~ Levi

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A Twist of Colour

There was a twist of colour when the late afternoon light broke through the clouds and the wind swung from on-shore to off-shore! How good is afternoon light & a late arvo glass-off. Ahhhh, it was all perfect this afternoon, … Continue reading

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Arch

Somewhere over the rainbow, you’ll hopefully find something nice like the waves on Main Beach this morning. Swell looks to have dropped off again over night, as did the wind. High tide sets were about 3ft and reasonably hollow. Not … Continue reading

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Gold, Gold, Gold!!!

There was some serious morning Gold in the Bay – nobody out for the early morning session & main beach was lighting up with gold in the sky, reflections in the water & some solid gold in the waves. The … Continue reading

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Off The Rocks

Yew! The surf’s picked up a little from yesterday. It was about 3-4ft today, with early morning glass, light north winds through the day followed by late afternoon glass – gotta love surfing in Autumn! Enjoy – Levi

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Diverse Surfboards

Of all the surfboards out there, What can you gain by choosing a DIVERSE Surfboard? Good Question for those of you who dont have one of our great boards yet. Ask someone you see with a Diverse board. Our Boards … Continue reading

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Fish Scales

The sky lit up late this afternoon and so did a couple of the surfers! Fish scale clouds spread across most of the sky – brought in by a late westerly change. The swell is around 3ft on the sets. … Continue reading

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Quiksilver Pro 2010

Congratulations to Taj Burrows winning the 2010 Quiksilver Pro on the Gold Coast! With an incredible display of aerial maneuvers throughout the contest, Dane Reynalds came up against Jordy Smith in semi-final number 2. This was an epic combination of … Continue reading

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Fenced in

Today saw a bit of an easing back in the swell size, but it was still about 3ft in the Bay. The open beaches were wild and windy, so it was good to find a place protected from the strong … Continue reading

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Autumn Swell – Round 1

The third round of the Quiksilver Pro was on today ¬†at Snapper Rocks and the swell hit as expected! You’ve gotta love a good prediction, especially when it involves a new swell. There were some solid 5-6ft waves at Snapper … Continue reading

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Green Crystal Cylinders

With east winds blowing and a drop in the swell, it was hard work finding a good wave today. The swell is around 2ft on the open beaches, but should be on the rise in a few days – I’m … Continue reading

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