Category Archives: Surf Report

Tracking Hurricane Florence – First Hurricane Swell of 2018

As Florence continues to strengthen as a Major category 4 hurricane & barrels towards the east coast, it leaves many people preparing for the worst, and some of us surfers hoping for the best. Florence Swell Begins to Arrive in Florida This past weekend much of the East Coast began receiving long period forerunner swell […]

Winter Storm Riley – South Florida SCORES

Winter Storm Riley Delivers EPIC SURF Winter Storm Riley delivered a week’s worth of amazing surf to South Florida. We had 4 days of overhead waves, with the best of those days being double overhead. Even after that we still had 3-4 days of residual swell for those who weren’t noodle armed from the best […]

Winter Storm Riley Surf – A Taste of What’s to Come

Will Wake Up for Waves Dawn came early this morning. After a 5 hour rock climbing session yesterday my body was a little tired, but after missing the morning offshore winds yesterday, there’s no way I was missing today. After getting word from a friend that Delray was a little all over the place this […]

Ft. Pierce, Feb 16 & 17th

I’m writing this post a little late, some some of the details are a little blurry in my mind, plus it’s about 1am and I should be asleep! Friday Session The Higher Tides crew decided last minute to do a strike trip up to Fort Pierce Inlet State Park, and boy did we score!Waves were […]

Refracto Magico Jan 18, 2018

Do the waves ever stop coming this year? Anybody getting surfed out? We surely aren’t after waiting for the past five years for a good winter!!! The Mad Dash for Waves I was able to make it out just before dark today for a 30 minute surf heat. Just enough time to grab a couple […]

Surf Report – Jan 17th South Florida

I had been watching the waves since dawn due to the fact that I had to be up to go be a witness in court by 8am. The higher tide this morning had put a major hurting on any chance of waves while the sun was rising. I believe high tide was right around 8am, […]

Bombogenesis Swell – Winter Storm Grayson

Jan 4th Swell Forecast

Prior to today a massive winter storm phenomenon had formed off of the coast of the Northeast. This occured when a cold front collided with a warmer air mass over the ocean to rapidly create cyclonic activity over the ocean. Think giant winter hurricane made of snow. These events can be hard to predict relative […]

Hurricane Irma Surf Recap

Hurricane Irma definitely gave Florida a good scare. While Irma ultimately didn’t hit South Florida (and thank heaven because it pointed at my house a few times), she did give us plenty of time to stare at the forecast while remaining in the cone of death. Luckily for us a ridge of high pressure formed […]

Refraction Swell in Southern Palm Beach County!

This refraction swell started out a little differently than our previous swell on Saturday. On Saturday we had low temps in the 40’s (brrr) and super strong 15kt winds out of the NW, which set up a wind blow knee to thigh high wave with whipping sideshore winds. This Wednesday however had a more favorable […]