Posts Tagged ‘florida’

Hurricane Edouard Swell

Hurricane Edouard came up the East Coast far enough away from land that it sent a solid 3-4 foot swell with a 13-14 second period. Usually when a long period swell hits the coast of Florida it results in nothing but close-outs at most beaches. For two days I decided to venture over to the most […]

The Inlet’s Inside Right

When the day presents you with lemons, you make lemonade. That’s exactly what happened today. I left the house early in the morning, heading to Daytona for the NCFL ESA contest #3. Surf conditions were out of control, with SSE winds gusting to over 30mph and sporadic rain showers, it just wasn’t inviting at all. […]