Sundown report

Posted by: on July 29th, 2016

Hello Friends,

Swell seems to have peaked this afternoon at close to 3 metres from the south at 12 seconds apart. This was delivering wave faces on bomb sets that were all of 3 metres at Dee Why point and up the beach. It looked to be a touch bigger out at the bombies. Swell seemed a bit fat (tide?) and the angle was just a bit too south for the point. Interestingly I saw a number of long right handers roll in from a point roughly off the south end of the Dee Why SLSC. Could the super peak return…? Pretty busy at the point with lots of unmakeable sections on the biggest ones. There were a few bods out at the bombies too. If you missed out, don’t feel too bad, it definitely wasn’t spectacular quality despite the relatively light wind conditions.

Have a great Friday morning and catch you on the ‘morrow!

Dee Why point

Dee Why point

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Another wide one at the point

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Bomb set well wide of the point

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Inside bombie at Longy gets serious looking

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Dee Why point wave this afternoon

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Dee Why point

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Dee Why point at 1500

longy bombies

Empty Longy bombie

longy bombies

A few biggish ones at the bombies around 1515

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Longy bombies were doing their thing this afternoon

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