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- Anglet Surf Info Anglet surf report vidéo - 22 Février - 08h45. Houle longue W-WNW en baisse, vent offshore faible.
- West Coast Surf Wax Misty, foggy and strong pre Doris onshore winds with messy seas....enjoy
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- Eyeball Surfcheck: ‘Wednesday 22nd feb 7:15am - 5-7ft. -->another sizeable messy affair out here this morning with a fresh head on westerly wind, so seeking shelter will be a hard find, but there are some random lumpy cleanish sections for the more experienced wave riders to be had. Smaller tides: 7.1m - low: 8:55am - high: 3:05pm.’
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El Coson surf break:
“I surf here year round. There are no crowds and the quality of wave depends on what break you surf in Coson. The beach break is very good and also has a reef that is world class when it is pumping. I believe whoever rated Coson has not surfed here much.”
Patrick Shaw from DOMINICAN REPUBLIC - 07 Feb 2017
St Ouen's Bay - Watersplash surf break:
“To surf at St Ouen there must be not too much swell or period as with most fairly flat beaches. About 4-5 ft with about 12-13 seconds max period is about as good as it gets. ANY MORE SIZE AND/OR PERIOD WILL START TO CLOSE OUT THE BEACH.
The second aspect about St Ouens is the tide. We have fairly big tides in Jersey. About an hour and a half after low tide is good for the Watersplash, if the tide is over 29-30 ft then it will hit the sea wall, so plenty of backwash, bearing in mind we have tides up to 39+ ft you see the dilemma for Jersey surfers. When the tide is hitting the wall you can try some other spots either side of the Watersplash, the further you go from the Watersplash will deter how much tide it can handle.
If the surf is blown out by a big westerly or south westerly storm you have to head for the north coast and surf Greve, a dumpy shorebreak, great for bodyboarding and barrels if your of a fairly good standard. If it's howling westerly or north west you can head to St Brelades which is quite sheletered, whilst lacking some of the power of St Ouens if can have a nice shape depending on the tide.
The forecasts on this website are absolutely spot on for Jersey, much more accurate than some " Magic " forecasts, especially the power of the swell, if you see it creeping above 500-600 joules then you also know it may start to close out due to the larger period the swell most likely has.”
Matt from JERSEY - 31 Jan 2017
Scarborough surf break:
“Good beach, just be careful of the strong rips on the sides, one on the right by the clocktower is particularly bad when at high tide and hosting big swells.”
Ross from NEW ZEALAND - 25 Jan 2017
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