Friday, June 30, 2006

This stealth south swell continues to deliver small waist high waves into Bondiville this morning. Two distinct peaks had the odd wave…but you’d have to be patient in the lulls. Cold wintery day with overcast skies, currently 12 degrees. A good day to crank out the work. High tide 11:30am, Low tide 5pm. Light winds […]

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Thursday, June 29, 2006

Those that brave the chill will be greeted with 2-3 foot, offshore Bondye this morning. It’s not perfect, closing out in most cases, but worthy of a slashathon. Multiple peaks in operation, predominantly lefts with boggy fat sections. Water has dropped to 18 degrees whilst the land temp is 7 – 18 degrees. Winds are […]

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Wednesday, June 28, 2006

Wearing 4 layers…including puff daddy, kicking that tin can over the hill before sunrise expecting to find pancake heaven, when wot tha, eh, nice little chest high peaks rockin in at sunrise. Don’t know where they came from or how long they’ll hang around (probably gone by the time you get this), but it’s offshore, […]

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Tuesday, June 27, 2006

Every good run has to have an end… today is the first day of ankle biters after weeks of surfable waves. Swell has deteriorated overnight leaving us with weak knee cappers in the middle on Bondiville. Only 4 guys out enjoying the sunny (but chilly) conditions. Good day to lie on the grass in the […]

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Monday, June 26, 2006

Hola. The early morning high tide porked out any rideable bumps this morning. Swell has dropped and now south facing beaches will have 1-2 foot waves with chilly SW offshore winds. It’s really pretty ordinary and the beach is deserted. Approaching lower tide should improve conditions before the southerly blows and messes it up again. […]

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Friday, June 23, 2006

The talk of the town this morning ain’t the surf that’s for sure… Proud Aussie flags have popped out from every nook and cranny basking in the joy of last night’s draw between our ‘Roos and Croatia. Dang For those that managed to get out of bed there are a few small waves in our […]

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Thursday, June 22, 2006

Today’s no oil painting – that’s for sure. Not unless Turner is one of your favourite painters. Under a thick ban of black clouds waves broke around 2 – 3 foot this morning down at Bondi. The swell has tweaked direction back around to the east origin and the ESE onshore is mashing up surface […]

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Wednesday, June 21, 2006

I think it was better earlier. A cold kept me in the rack this morning (hold the violins pls)…so by the time I got down there onshore winds had started disrupting surface quality. It’s still around the 3 foot range with a favorable leftie close to the middle Bondiville. 3 guys out under dark rain […]

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Tuesday, June 20, 2006

Eh?(scratching head)… Thought it was meant to back off – nup, swell is still lingering with 3-4 foot sets pumping into Bondiville. Gentle offshore winds making for perfect surfaces – mad sunrise this morning. Winds will swing onshore so I’d be hitting it early. You’ll find waves all over the place, The Nulla, Curly, Narra. […]

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