**** AFTERNOON SURF UP-DATE **** Another slight drop in wave height along the West Coast today, with the Outer Reefs only attracting 1-3 foot of swell between Kuta Reef and Airport Left. But, if you were down at Uluwatu ya woulda still been picking off the odd 4 foot plus set wave. Thats where these current photos were shot. I arrived down there around 9.15am and it wasn’t looking too bad with the tide just starting it’s run in. Something like 25 surfers scattered between the Racetrack and the Main Peak, increasing to 35 when I packed up at 1.00pm. Temple’s also had a few 3-4ft plus waves for the half a dozen crew who made the paddle down there. There wasn’t much happening along the Impossible’s stretch of Reef on the way home, it looked to be just breaking in the 1-2ft range. The wind has been strong outta the SE gusting upta 14 knot through out the day. All in all not too bad a day for anyone who happened to be in Bali on surfing holiday. Ok then everythings good for now and we’ll be back again in the morning with the latest on Bali’s surf and weather conditions. Best Regards from Your Bali.
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