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Surf , North Coast Cornwall.

Looks like tomorrow will be the day of cracking summer surf. Offshores, cloudless sky and chest to head high waves are forecast for Weds. Low tide will be around 10ish, so it will suit dawn patrols and after work sessions, with us being closer to the longest day of the year. There could be a […]

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Surf Report / Forecast 21st Sep 2012

Small, clean waves appearing now on South Coast  from the tail end of Tropical Storm that passed by the Azores and is heading towards the South West. Unfortunately, most of the swell looks like it will be funnelling away from us, but if you catch it at just the right stage of tide this w/e, […]

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Classic North Coast Forecast

Best get some paddling practice. Looks like we could be on for some filth surf on North Coast with sunny weather and offshores courtesy of Hurricane Kirk later this week. Would normally be down in France this time of year, but theres nothing like your home spot firing in the sunshine. Keep an eye on […]

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Hurricane Gordon

Say hello to my little fwend. Hurricane Gordon on the way. Could be on for some decent groundswell on South Cornwall and Bigbury / Bantham by the weekend. http://www.theweathernetwork.com/news/storm_watch_stories3&stormfile=Tropical_Storm_Gordon_no_threat_to_land_16_08_2012

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South Coast Surf 7th Feb 2012

Hearing reports of clean sunny waves appearing at Bantham, with some ‘you really missed its’ from this morning. According to MSW, theres waves around today and tomorrow with low tide about midday. Could be good for a dawn patrol but Met Office are giving us -3 @ 9am Weds morning. Would keep an eye on […]

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Cornwall Surf Report Friday 15/7/11

Flat on the South Coast. Clean 3ft wave on North Coast this morning – catch it before the wind and rain get on it. Return of SW winds and unsettled weather this weekend into next week, so lumpy waves with only short fetch windswell here on the South Coast, and lumpy, chunky waves on the […]

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Surf Forecast for South Coast Cornwall and Devon

Not great, I’m afraid. Besides the odd tsunami hitting these shores, there really isn’t much in the way of surf heading our way over the next few days. There is a low out in the North Atlantic, being blocked by a high, but probably Hossegor is where you want to be to benefit from some […]

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South Coast Surf Forecast 23/6/11

The Jet Stream continues to dissect the UK dragging a series of low pressures across us. In surfing terms for the South coast, at least it means some waves, allbeit in the form of short lived, short fetch windswell, and trying to catch it when the wind drops and / or veers round to a […]

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South Coast Surf & Wind Forecast 2/6/11

Unfortunately entering the early Summer doldrums for surf on the South Coast. Nothing around today, and nothing on the horizon. Maybe get a few knee high ones on the tidal push fanned by offshore NE breezes in the sunshine over the next few days, but other than pushing your kids into waves for the first […]

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Surf & Wind Forecast Whitsands, Bigbury, Bantham, Porthleven

Unfortunately these recent lows have been tracking too far North to offer any decent swell to us down here in the deep South. No groundswell on the horizon – just a continuation of the westerly winds for the bank holiday weekend. Great time to take up a kitesurfing – not so great for surfing. Maybe […]

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