Good afternoon surfers, Mike here with your Monday surf photo report. We have fun glassy waist to chest, occasional shoulder high surf on this morning’s dropping tide. There were three distinct peaks working this morning. One guy out at Lejana, a half dozen at main peak, and one guy at the river-mouth. Check out the photos and read about a nice offseason-swell on it’s way!
Beautiful, sunny and glassy conditions. Here’s Wilber up and riding on a nice left.
Some beautiful empty peaks were coming through Lejana, the inside section of Outer Reef
Another perfect glassy left for a lucky surfer
Dayton was out by himself down the beach to the north at Piedrita, by the rivermouth toward Guasacate
Offshores started picking up as the tide dropped, and the consistency began picking up as well
Our friend Roll picking off a fun-looking left wall
Jamil on a nice left. Wave shape and consistency continued to improve mid-morning
A little birdy told us the waves are going to go off this week!
Respectable storm system has passed by New Zealand this weekend and will be providing 2 to 3 foot overhead surf by late week. This is the strongest southern hemi swell maker we have seen since November. The smaller storm off Chile pictured here will provide a preceding fun-sized southerly pulse mid-week. Overall, this swell run is worthy of an off-season empty surf strike mission. The offshores are currently forecast to be light to moderate. Many of our area’s spots will be working with this swell. Contact us regarding discounts we are offering this week!