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 Washington

USA, North West

Washington can be thought as two zones; The Strait and The Coast. The strait of Juan de Fuca is located on Washington's north coast with surf spots from Near Bay with it 'wedgy' 3rd beach to the mythical waves of Ft.Ebey 80+ miles away. Because the mouth of the Strait is so narrow, 32-40 miles wide, and faces NW it has a limited swell window yet when a NW swell of 9+ ft or so rolls in, the whole coast goes off, mostly left with some rights(the Canada side has mostly rights and really slams on big SW swells in the winter). The coast is a totally different story while there are a few breaks that can get really good they a few and far between in fact the best spots are on the coast side of Neah Bay . The coast is usually blown out in the winter with periods of crisp calm. Spring is windy and unpredictable, summer is fun, small or flat. a good choice on small swell day is to head to La Push where there's a channel to funnel the little bit of energy there is in to the little bay lefts and rights on opposite ends of the beach. As far as the much debated Westport it's a pretty good bet in the summer, exactly where I'd go on summer swells 4-9ft west or less than 9ft NW swells. If the crowds bother you, you can head up to the beach break called Hoebuck up in Neah The other main difference between the two regions is accessibility While the strait has a state hwy running it's length and pretty much any point, creek or river mouth has rideable waves in the right conditions. The coast is a pain in the neck to explore for lack of roads and most of the best spots are on guarded Native lands or a loooong hike most of the spots are north of Westport. Finally a bit a about winter and SW swells if I had my druthers I'd always head to Vancouver Is. and the straits but ferry and borders dull the experience so I'll usually head down to seaside an tackle some juice and really aggro locals (even though I've been down there almost every winter since 1993)

English (Traducir este texto en Español): Washington can be thought as two zones; The Strait and The Coast. The strait of Juan de Fuca is located on Washington's north coast with surf spots from Near Bay with it 'wedgy' 3rd beach to the mythical waves of Ft.Ebey 80+ miles away. Because the mouth of the Strait is so narrow, 32-40 miles wide, and faces NW it has a limited swell window yet when a NW swell of 9+ ft or so rolls in, the whole coast goes off, mostly left with some rights(the Canada side has mostly rights and really slams on big SW swells in the winter). The coast is a totally different story while there are a few breaks that can get really good they a few and far between in fact the best spots are on the coast side of Neah Bay . The coast is usually blown out in the winter with periods of crisp calm. Spring is windy and unpredictable, summer is fun, small or flat. a good choice on small swell day is to head to La Push where there's a channel to funnel the little bit of energy there is in to the little bay lefts and rights on opposite ends of the beach. As far as the much debated Westport it's a pretty good bet in the summer, exactly where I'd go on summer swells 4-9ft west or less than 9ft NW swells. If the crowds bother you, you can head up to the beach break called Hoebuck up in Neah The other main difference between the two regions is accessibility While the strait has a state hwy running it's length and pretty much any point, creek or river mouth has rideable waves in the right conditions. The coast is a pain in the neck to explore for lack of roads and most of the best spots are on guarded Native lands or a loooong hike most of the spots are north of Westport. Finally a bit a about winter and SW swells if I had my druthers I'd always head to Vancouver Is. and the straits but ferry and borders dull the experience so I'll usually head down to seaside an tackle some juice and really aggro locals (even though I've been down there almost every winter since 1993)

English (Traducir este texto en Español): Washington can be thought as two zones; The Strait and The Coast. The strait of Juan de Fuca is located on Washington's north coast with surf spots from Near Bay with it 'wedgy' 3rd beach to the mythical waves of Ft.Ebey 80+ miles away. Because the mouth of the Strait is so narrow, 32-40 miles wide, and faces NW it has a limited swell window yet when a NW swell of 9+ ft or so rolls in, the whole coast goes off, mostly left with some rights(the Canada side has mostly rights and really slams on big SW swells in the winter). The coast is a totally different story while there are a few breaks that can get really good they a few and far between in fact the best spots are on the coast side of Neah Bay . The coast is usually blown out in the winter with periods of crisp calm. Spring is windy and unpredictable, summer is fun, small or flat. a good choice on small swell day is to head to La Push where there's a channel to funnel the little bit of energy there is in to the little bay lefts and rights on opposite ends of the beach. As far as the much debated Westport it's a pretty good bet in the summer, exactly where I'd go on summer swells 4-9ft west or less than 9ft NW swells. If the crowds bother you, you can head up to the beach break called Hoebuck up in Neah The other main difference between the two regions is accessibility While the strait has a state hwy running it's length and pretty much any point, creek or river mouth has rideable waves in the right conditions. The coast is a pain in the neck to explore for lack of roads and most of the best spots are on guarded Native lands or a loooong hike most of the spots are north of Westport. Finally a bit a about winter and SW swells if I had my druthers I'd always head to Vancouver Is. and the straits but ferry and borders dull the experience so I'll usually head down to seaside an tackle some juice and really aggro locals (even though I've been down there almost every winter since 1993)

English (Traducir este texto en Español): Washington can be thought as two zones; The Strait and The Coast. The strait of Juan de Fuca is located on Washington's north coast with surf spots from Near Bay with it 'wedgy' 3rd beach to the mythical waves of Ft.Ebey 80+ miles away. Because the mouth of the Strait is so narrow, 32-40 miles wide, and faces NW it has a limited swell window yet when a NW swell of 9+ ft or so rolls in, the whole coast goes off, mostly left with some rights(the Canada side has mostly rights and really slams on big SW swells in the winter). The coast is a totally different story while there are a few breaks that can get really good they a few and far between in fact the best spots are on the coast side of Neah Bay . The coast is usually blown out in the winter with periods of crisp calm. Spring is windy and unpredictable, summer is fun, small or flat. a good choice on small swell day is to head to La Push where there's a channel to funnel the little bit of energy there is in to the little bay lefts and rights on opposite ends of the beach. As far as the much debated Westport it's a pretty good bet in the summer, exactly where I'd go on summer swells 4-9ft west or less than 9ft NW swells. If the crowds bother you, you can head up to the beach break called Hoebuck up in Neah The other main difference between the two regions is accessibility While the strait has a state hwy running it's length and pretty much any point, creek or river mouth has rideable waves in the right conditions. The coast is a pain in the neck to explore for lack of roads and most of the best spots are on guarded Native lands or a loooong hike most of the spots are north of Westport. Finally a bit a about winter and SW swells if I had my druthers I'd always head to Vancouver Is. and the straits but ferry and borders dull the experience so I'll usually head down to seaside an tackle some juice and really aggro locals (even though I've been down there almost every winter since 1993)

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Estaciones
Jan/Feb Mar/Apr May/Jun Jul/Aug Sep/Oct Nov/Dec
Best Surfing Season
Typical Swell Size
Surf Equipment Survival Kit Survival Kit Fullsuit Fullsuit Fullsuit Survival Kit
Water temp. 6°C
43°F
7°C
45°F
10°C
50°F
13°C
55°F
13°C
55°F
7°C
45°F
Air temp. 4°C
39°F
13°C
55°F
16°C
61°F
24°C
75°F
16°C
61°F
4°C
39°F
Climate

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Calidad Dirección Tipo Frecu Experiencia
Alki Point, West Seattle 2 / -
Derecha y izquierda Arrecife de rocas Todos los surfistas
Angeles Point - / -
Izquierda Rompiente en la punta Surfistas con experiencia
Bellingham Bay 2 / -
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Bobwire - / -
Derecha Arrecife de rocas Surfistas con experiencia
Cape Elizabeth - / -
Derecha y izquierda Arrecife de rocas Surfistas con experiencia
Clinton Landing - / -
Izquierda Rompiente orillera Todos los surfistas
Crescent 6 / -
Derecha Rompiente orillera
Damon Point 5 / -
Derecha y izquierda Banco de arena Surfistas con experiencia
Deep Creek 1 / -
Izquierda Rompiente en la punta Todos los surfistas
Elwha 4 / -
Izquierda Desembocadura Surfistas con experiencia
Fort Canby 1 / -
Derecha y izquierda Rompiente orillera Ola de principiante
Fort Canby- "A" jetty - / -
Derecha y izquierda Arrecife de rocas Surfistas con experiencia
Fort. Ebey 12 / -
Izquierda Rompiente en la punta Surfistas con experiencia
Golden Gardens - / -
Izquierda Rompiente en la punta Todos los surfistas
Half Moon Bay - / -
Derecha y izquierda Rompiente orillera Todos los surfistas
Hoko river Kydaka 1 / -
Izquierda Desembocadura Todos los surfistas
Joseph Whidbey State Park 3 / -
Derecha y izquierda Rompiente orillera Todos los surfistas
La Push 7 / -
Derecha y izquierda Arrecife de rocas Todos los surfistas
long beach - / - Banco de arena Todos los surfistas
lyre river - / -
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Moclips - / -
Derecha y izquierda Rompiente orillera Todos los surfistas
Neah Bay - Hobuck 6 / -
Derecha y izquierda Rompiente orillera Todos los surfistas
Neah Bay -3rd Beach 1 / -
Izquierda Rompiente orillera Surfistas con experiencia
North Cove - / -
Derecha Banco de arena Surfistas con experiencia
Ocean Park - / -
Derecha Rompiente orillera Todos los surfistas
Ocean Shores 3 / -
Derecha Rompiente/Malecón Todos los surfistas
Pillar Point - / -
Izquierda Rompiente en la punta Todos los surfistas
Point Grenville - / -
Derecha y izquierda Rompiente orillera Todos los surfistas
Point roberts point 6 / -
Derecha y izquierda Rompiente en la punta Surfistas con experiencia
Salt Creek - / -
Derecha y izquierda Arrecife de rocas Ola de principiante
Sand Point 3 / -
Izquierda Rompiente en la punta Surfistas con experiencia
Seaman Spit 7 / 2
Izquierda Banco de arena Todos los surfistas
Smith Island 1 / -
Soup Bowls 1 / -
Derecha y izquierda Rompiente en la punta Surfistas con experiencia
Super Green 5 / -
Izquierda Rompiente en la punta Surfistas con experiencia
The Cape - / -
Derecha Arrecife de rocas Surfistas con experiencia
The Dump 3 / -
Izquierda Rompiente en la punta Surfistas con experiencia
The Groins 5 / -
Derecha y izquierda Rompiente en la punta Surfistas con experiencia
The Lighthouse 1 / -
Izquierda Banco de arena Todos los surfistas
The Mill - / -
Izquierda Banco de arena Todos los surfistas
The North Jetty - / -
Derecha y izquierda Banco de arena Surfistas con experiencia
Twins 3 / -
Izquierda Desembocadura Todos los surfistas
Vista rights - / -
Derecha y izquierda Banco de arena Surfistas con experiencia
Wash Away Beach - / -
Derecha Banco de arena Todos los surfistas
Westheaven State Park 3 / -
Derecha y izquierda Rompiente orillera Todos los surfistas
Westport 25 / -
Derecha y izquierda Rompiente/Malecón Todos los surfistas
Whiskey Creek - / -
Derecha y izquierda Arrecife de rocas Surfistas con experiencia

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Seaman Spit
By Bigfathonu
May 24, 2017
2 days of strong winds and surf - May 23 and 24 a strong front moved through with 35-50 mph winds. Started out of the SW on Tuesday and then moved W and NW on Wednesday. Got a late 60 min session in on Tuesday night in 30-35mph winds, crazy hard to stay standing and in the takeoff
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Seaman Spit
By Bigfathonu
Mar 30, 2017
WINDY AS F***, BUT A COUPLE OF LONG RIDES MIXED IN - About 5pm I looked at the Cherry Point wind report and it showed 31 mph winds and 35 mph gusts. I checked the Birch Bay webcam and sure enough I could see white waves at the point. I grabbed the 10’6″ SUP and rushed down to
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Seaman Spit
By Bigfathonu
Feb 26, 2017
- Had missed a couple of days of waves in Jan and Feb but today in late February Seaman Spit started working. We had snow in the morning so it was cold but the tide and winds were just right to offer up some 2-3ft well formed walls that peeled all the
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Seaman Spit
By Bigfathonu
Dec 4, 2016
Big Winds Big Surf - Huge winds rolled in on Sunday morning - saw some big swell out in the bay easy 3-5ft and then breaking all around the bay. As the tide went out around noon the point was looking the best but the winds were still 30-40km onshore so not great wave c
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Seaman Spit
By Bigfathonu
Dec 3, 2016
Small SUP waves - I knew the main storm swell was supposed to show up on Sunday but I saw some waves breaking on Saturday and figured I'd get in the water. When I got there saw a couple of 2ft waves but within minutes was down to 1 ft as the tide came in. Had so
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Por rob , 25-06-2010

localism is lame - i get skunked a lot trying to surf the straits, and last time i was there i too got vibed, yelled at, dropped in on at the elwha. i hear it's been going down a lot more up there and it's not cool. it won't keep me out of the water, anyone tries anything, i'll call the cops, we got rights in our great country.

Por MiC-T , 24-06-2010

Funny about the elwha - I've surfed there numerous times (non-local) and I've seen that guy and he or his friends have never said a word to me, in fact I doubt they've ever even noticed me. I stay lo key, quiet, get my waves, stay outta the way, and keep a smile on my face and I've had no problems. Even the most hardened locals these days know they can't stop everyone so as long as you don't give them a reason, they'll leave you alone and go after the drop-in kook outta towners.

Por Anonymous , 14-06-2010

Jeff can't keep me from brown point, I'm native, he's not. - I was born and raised in washington. My brother and I love the outdoor lifestyle we've lived. I recall falling into our outhouse hole when I was about 5. Straight up backwoods livin'. I found surfing at about 20 years old and have grown very passionate for it. 8 years later it still proves to call me to the water. I love surfing. I'll be the guy blowin' snot rockets in the line up, burning all the biggest beach logs I can drag to the fire, and drinking beer all to the music in my head of my brothers' newest song he's written; Girls with chubby legs shouldn't wear UGG boots.

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