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Report 3 – 3:00 PM  –  Rating 3 of 10

Today’s Tides
Sunday November 29 7:13am 5.92 ft High Tide
Sunday November 29 1:40pm 0.50 ft Low Tide
Sunday November 29 7:31pm 5.09 ft High Tide

Happy Sunday Friends! Our third report shows semi-choppy waves in the knee to waist high range with light Northerly winds. It’s not great but it’s rideable. Give it a look and have a nice Sunday!

Sunrise 7:04 AM – Sunset 5:25 PM

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Report 2 – 10:00 AM  –  Rating 4 of 10

Today’s Tides
Sunday November 29 7:13am 5.92 ft High Tide
Sunday November 29 1:40pm 0.50 ft Low Tide
Sunday November 29 7:31pm 5.09 ft High Tide

Happy Sunday Friends! Our second report shows fun waves in the waist high +/- range with light NW winds. It’s a bit soft with the dropping tide but still looks pretty good for the small wave gear. Give it a look and have a nice Sunday!

Sunrise 7:04 AM – Sunset 5:25 PM

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