Friday, December 31, 2010


It was cold, that's pretty much all I remembered from this morning.

Monday, December 27, 2010


At first glance, it was hard to believe that we just went through a week straight of rain. After all, the weather was beautiful today and the water looked clean. Upon further glance, however, the water was anything but clean. At least the waves made up for it though.

The crystal blue brown waters of the South Bay

Friday, December 24, 2010

Twas the Sesh Before Christmas

Ran down to the usual spot and took some footage of the boys. I think Santa came yesterday since the waves weren't quite as good today and it's only supposed to be smaller tomorrow on Christmas day.

Thursday, December 23, 2010

Just in Time

I rolled up just in time - right before the clouds covered the sun and the onshore winds starting kicking - to see a rather finicky spot doing its thing.

I decided to check another spot, but by the time I rolled up, the clouds and onshore winds had already staked their claim.

A little peak rolling through

Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Little Peeler

I took a gander at a couple of spots this morning. Not a lot going on, but I did get a clip of a small peeler that spat a little. Haha

Monday, December 6, 2010

For a Limited Time Only

Based on some of the pics I saw yesterday, I was looking forward to some good surf today. Apparently, though, yesterday’s swell was a one-day thing. It must have been a pretty good one-day thing; paraphrasing Sal from this morning: I usually don’t say this, but you should have been here yesterday. Haha

Even though today’s surf wasn’t as good as yesterday’s, the line-up was virtually empty this morning. In fact, Sal had it all to himself for most of his sesh.

Here’s a quick edit from today:

Saturday, December 4, 2010

Helpful Tide

Anyone who has surf experience will tell you that the tide is an important factor in the way waves break. In fact, the tide can make or break a sesh.

Fortunately, the tide was working in our favor this morning. The extreme high tide made for some fun shore pound barrels on a day where the small waves on a normal tide probably would have made for a pretty mundane sesh.