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I noticed the winds have been coming up pretty early in the North OC area. Is this just typical spring-type conditions?

Uburoi Asked: Hey Adam, I noticed the winds have been coming up pretty early – around 9 or so in the North OC area. Is this just typical spring-type conditions (not staying glassy for very long) or is it the heat in the inland and the sea breeze trying to cool it off? Do you [...]

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Heal the Bay Bring Back the Beach Gala

Heal the Bay Bring Back the Beach Gala

Relax with your toes in the sand while you meet and mix with leaders from Southern California’s environmental, political, business and entertainment communities. Join us for a fun-filled evening under the stars to celebrate our honorees and support the mission of Heal the Bay.

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UPDATE: Do You consider Trestles and San Onofre a Historic Surfing Site?

UPDATE: Do You consider Trestles and San Onofre a Historic Surfing Site?

While I know many of us already do…the California Historical Resources Commission agrees and will be pushing the nomination to the federal level.

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Team Waxy Wax

Team Waxy Wax

More than colorful wax, a colorful surf team.

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Next World Surfing Reserve in Baja

Next World Surfing Reserve in Baja

World Surfing Reserves and Save The Waves Coalition are excited to announce that Bahia Todos Santos, Baja California, Mexico, has been formally approved as a World Surfing Reserve.

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Slow Rock

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Are the Santa Ana Winds Starting to Weaken for Some Socal Areas?

he past two days (and most others that I can remember with similar conditions) I have woken up to relative Santa Ana conditions, 15-20 mph east winds but then I check the cams, as us inlanders are forced to do, only to find the winds are slack or even slightly onshore at the beach… So what’s up with that?

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OCregister.com – OC Charger Greg Long airlifted to hospital after wipeout at Cortes Banks

OCregister.com – OC Charger Greg Long airlifted to hospital after wipeout at Cortes Banks

San Clemente surfer Greg Long took a beating down at Cortes Bank late Friday afternoon, a wipeout so bad that he needed to be airlifted by a U.S. Coast Guard helicopter to UCSD Medical Center in San Diego…In his own words Greg describes the experience

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SS HB Pier SURF CAM is back!

SS HB Pier SURF CAM is back!

Closest camera to the water ever and its FREE

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Donald Takayama Memorial

Donald Takayama Memorial

Remembering an Icon of Surfing   When: Saturday, November 10, at 10 a.m. Where: Oceanside Pier, Junior Seau Pier Amphitheater It’s time for the surfing community to get together and remember Donald Takayama—the Hawaiian born surfing legend and master surfboard shaper/designer that moved to California in the 1960s and became one of the world’s most [...]

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