7th November 2010
****MORNING SURF UP-DATE****
Howdy folks and thanks for stopping by the original Bali Surf Report website (since ’99) for the only 1 click run down on todays surfing and weather conditions here on the happy little holiday island of Bali.
And I guess you don’t need to be a rocket scientist to be able to access the swell forecasts for this part of Indonesia. So you probably already know that this mornings surf check on the Outer Reefs here in Tuban was showing wave height in the 0 – 1/2ft between Kuta Reef and Airport left. Even so there was at least 10 desperado’s splashing around out on Airport Left. Surfing conditions were clean and smooth enough even though the wind was coming lightly out of the West at 1-2knot.
Alim from up at Medewi has texted through to confirm that the long playful left hander is flat. He also said that even down at Balian wave height was only in the 1-2ft range at best.
Just for the sake of nothing else to run with, here’s a look at what we have to look forward to over the next 7-8 days here in Bali. These images are from www.stormsurf.com. I know I’m going to be doing a lot of fishing to help pass the time. And I bet Bintang beer sales are going to be real high this month. I’ll also get out in the streets and shoot some photos of whats happening out there to get our “Kuta Cam” running again.
Just for the record Tidal info for today has a 2.0mtr High @ 11.00AM and then running out for a 0.5mtr Low around the 4.30PM mark.
Weather wise had another nice clear sunny start to the day. Right now @ 10.45AM it’s turned a little cloudy here in Tuban (south Kuta) and there are some dark clouds brewing to the south and north. Temperature wise the mercury should clock around 27 – 29 degree’s Celsius by midday.
If any of you out there are already here in Bali maybe now is a good time to try some Balinese style sport fishing. There’s been some solid schools of GT’s and Tuna busting up the surface and Spanish Mackerel jumping. If your up to it just contact me and I’ll hook you up with the best fishermen in Bali.
Special accommodation / surfing package available for the month of November.
Air conditioned room with hot and cold water, surfers breakfast, transport to the best waves to suit each morning. Photographer to capture every wave you catch included for Rp575,000 per person per day. That’s around AU$60.00 per person per day for everything you need. Just contact us to take advantage of this deal.
Surf Report Archives; You know if you look above the photos on this report you will see Bali listed with the other surf report locations. If you click on Bali then when the page opens you can see every report (and photos) that has been filed from years back. A good way to get an idea of what you might get through all of Bali’s surfing calendar.
NEW SERVICE For baliwaves surfer(s) (1 -3 only) who want nothing but a safe and secure surfing holiday in Bali. We can now offer the complete surfing package for Bali. This includes airport transfers, accommodation, breakfast. daily surf information and transport to the best waves available (local knowledge) with your own personal surfing photographer. What more do you need for Rupiah 4,500,000. (+- US$450.00 for 1 surfer, Rupiah 4,000,000. (per surfer) for 2 surfers & Rupiah 3,750,000. (per surfer) for 3 surfers per week. Just contact us to get the REAL Bali experience !
Accommodation includes; AIR CONDITIONED room with double bed. Hot and cold water in bathroom. International cable TV, DVD player and Playstation 2. For breakfast, your choice of egg’s, sausage, tomato on toast or banana pancakes + tea or coffee, plus mineral drinking water. Daily surf info and transport to the best waves on Bali (to suit) in new air conditioned car. Airport transfers to and from airport. Not to mention all the surfing photos your going to get buffed out with !!!
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Best Regards from Bali
Rory Seiter says
I am coming down to Bali in April for a surf/fly fishing trip. I work for a fly fishing magazine (BloodKnot.net) and I am writing an article about the fly fishing in Bali. Apparently, nobody fly fishes there. I would love to talk with you about setting something up when I am there. Shoot me an email so we can talk!