Its on! Get it while you can before some thunderstorms pop up. It’s blowing about 20mph out of the west. Break out that 10 or 12m and find some slicks to ride. We have lessons going on as we speak. Come join the fun! 252 202 1226
I’m calling today a wind dependent day. Corolla currently has a wind out of the SSW blowing at 17 mph. We have an incoming tide. Wave height is waist plus with quick sections. Recommendation: go surfing now before the wind turns & comes out of ESE: NOTE: WE OFFER FREE DELIVERY ON ANY OF OUR RENTAL PRODUCTS INCLUDING STAND-UP PADDLE ...
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Might as well pack up the car because it’s gonna be windy! It’s fairly light right now up here, but it should start to pickup around lunch time. While you’re waiting you might as well hit the surf. It’s got some morning sickness on it, but it’s got size. Gonna be a fun day!
Current wave height is waist to stomach. Corolla currently has a wind out of the south south east blowing 15 to 17 mph. Corolla Beach Rescue has posted rip-tide warnings. This means you should keep an eye on your little surfers. Low tide was at 6:30 this morning, so you might want wait until the tide improves the surf. Good ...
Oh Yeah! Water temp has hit 68 degrees, I think this is a high for the year. Corolla has a wind off the ocean that is creating rough waist to chest surf. I took these pictures right at high tide. This is probably a day for more experience surfers due to the rougher conditions: NOTE: WE RENT HIGH PERFORMANCE ZAP ...
Go surfing! Wave height is only waist plus high but the wind is out of the NW. Surface conditions are clean. Current water temps are 65-66 degrees Fahrenheit. Board(s) of Choice: any longboard or a fat swallow tail. NOTE: ALWAYS REMEMBER 6/6/1944 D-DAY
Will the sun come out today?? We hope so. This rainy hazy days are getting old. Not too much wind today, it’s blowing about 8mph out of the NE. Good news for tomorrow though. Looks like we will have some steady 18-20mph NE flow all day. Should be fun with the swell we have right now. Stay tuned!
Today’s surf conditions match yesterday’s conditions. The wind is still out of the ENE blowing at 17 mph. This has an effect on 2 elements: surface conditions & water temp. The surface is semi-choppy but surf-able. You should use a board that can get out of closeouts quickly. Water and air temps are matching each other at 66 degrees Fahrenheit. ...
Winds have shifted out of the N adding surface chop to this 2-4′ ENE wind swell, look for textured waist high plus surf as we push towards a 9:28 am high tide. Expecting winds to remain out of the N for the day so looking like the chop suey will remain.
Attention all groms who want to win the title of the O’Neill and Hatteras Island Boardsports “Gromprix”… AND win a free entry into the O’Neill / Sweetwater Pro-AM Surfest. This is your chance to show up and blow up. Currently the contest is set to take place in Avon at the Koru Beach Klub located right in front of the ...
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Another cloudy day up here but the wind is up on the ocean side. Blowing out of the NE at about 15mph right now. Looks like it might stick around for a while so get on it! Lessons are in full swing! Give us a call to hop on for a ride. 252 202 1227