Autumn Mix of Swells in the Surf Forecast

North Pacific swell generating activity is waking up while Southerly swells are still on the map at the same time. Nice time of year to be in Central California with typically the warmest weather and clean swells arriving along most all coastlines. Short range surf forecast calls for continued knee to waist in Santa Cruz with occasional larger sets at the tops spots through Wednesday. Plenty of waist to head high waves can be found at more exposed beaches of the North Coast and Central Coast for those searching for surf. A new WNW shows Thursday boosting the waves to head high in Santa Cruz and well over head North and South of town. The trend goes smaller into the weekend from there but still fun size moving water can be found.

Pleasure Point  with New WNW Swell

Hurley Pro at Tresles CA

Hurley Pro

It’s On!

Vans US Open of Surfing is On!

Vans US Open of Surfing

Tattle Tales – New Movie by Kyle Buthman

Tonight at the Del Mar Theater, the latest and greatest from Kyle Buthman “Tattle Tales”.

Tickets at Freeline and Pacific Wave or at the door if it does not sell out!

Small Surf Forecasts Continue

There is a steep South running along the California coast, but the NorCal Surf City is not seeing much of it. Most of central California coast does not receive energy from this steep a swell. Central California forecast calls for small surf at the top spots in Santa Cruz, preferring the lower tides. Many nocks and crannies have more surfable waves and most exposed regions have more WNW wind swell energy and size but less shape on offer. Find some wave and surf them is a fun surf mission!

Moonlight Beach

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