28th July 2010
****AFTERNOON SURF UP-DATE****
Hello crew and thanks for hanging around for todays news on surfing and weather conditions here on the happiest little holiday island of them all, Bali.
Well this mornings surf check on the Outer Reefs wasn’t looking real impressive although there was still the odd waist chest to high plus wave breaking between Kuta Reef and Airport left. The tide was running in for a big high at the time and Airport Left was looking the best out the 3 main sections. I decided to jump in the boat with a couple of friends and work or way down to the southern end of the island and kill two birds with one stone.
The first wave you come to down on the bukit is at Balangan. Balangan looked ok after the tide had peaked and started to run back out. I counted around 25 heads with some nice little waves peeling off in the chest to over head class, There were a few surfers splashing around in the shore break at Dreamland and another 6 riders on Bingin. The middle section of Impossible’s was walling off in the chest to head high plus region. While Padang Padang was only just breaking onto the reef at knee height. Uluwatu looked to have had the best waves with head to well over head waves on the Main Peak while the tide was running in and then Racetrack on the afternoon low.
Surfing conditions have been at their best all day here on the holiday island. Coming out of the E – ESE between 5 – 10knot.
Tidal info for today had a 2.4mtr High @ 11.30am and then draining off the reef with a 0.1mtr Low @ 6.00pm.
Weather wise it’s been nice to see a mainly blue sky out there today but still some cloud about at times. Temperature wise the mercury would have been around 30 degree’s Celsius.
We’ve also received another sms surf report from the crew at the G-Land Surf Camp saying that wave height has also backed off some over there today. Around the head to over head high range breaking on Kongs and the top end of Money Tree’s, 4 surfers in the water at the time.
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