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California, North Surf Reports and Surf Forecasts

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Conditions Summary
 Salmon Creek
Star Star Star
5.5ft 12secs 306° 4mph WSW - Cross/onshore - 249°
 Secrets
Star Star
3.5ft 12secs 297° 4mph SW - Cross/offshore - 219°
 Bolinas
Star
2ft 12secs 277° 5mph WSW - Cross/onshore - 250°
 Bolinas Jetty
Star
3ft 12secs 292° 5mph WSW - Onshore - 250°
 Marin County
Star Star
3ft 12secs 292° 5mph WSW - Onshore - 250°
 Stinson Beach
Star Star
3ft 12secs 292° 5mph WSW - Onshore - 250°
 Point Arena
Star Star
5ft 12secs 304° 3mph SSW - Onshore - 212°
Add a New Surf SpotRegional Overview
The wilder cousin of it's softer southerly relatives, Northern California is cold, rugged, sharky and holds some of great surf but be prepared to battle against big waves and strong winds. Facing into North Pacific with endless reefs, points and beaches but most with difficult access. Dominant wind is from the north or north-west and swell from the north-west or west. Autumn through to spring is the most consistent with a succession of swells hammering the coastline. Sparsely populated this is still considered to be a surfing frontier by many.
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Local News
News Image NY Beach Relief - Hurricane Sandy
PLEASE help the New York Beach Relief from Hurricane Sandy
News Image Brutal conditions don't stop paddlers from raising over $325K for children with Autism & the Environ
THE 6th annual SEAPaddleNYC on August 17, 2012 in Manhattan was a huge success despite 20+ Mph headwinds, oppressive heat, and grueling currents.
News Image Brutal conditions don't stop paddlers from raising over $325K for children with Autism & the Environ
THE 6th annual SEAPaddleNYC on August 17, 2012 in Manhattan was a huge success despite 20+ Mph headwinds, oppressive heat, and grueling currents.
News Image Leslie Shootout III
IT'S official Leslie was the funnest swell for the nooks and crannies since the last one.
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