13th Beach Surf Report…12.05.17 H.T 1.50 pm L.T 6.50 am…. it’s two feet and clean folks…small clean waves on the low tide….north to north west at 5K’s and 2ft…13th or townies will be fun….Saturday will be south west at 4K’s and 3ft…light onshore surf at 13th and townies…still clean on the face so maybe worth a roll of the shoulder me thinks for those desperate to surf….Sunday will be west to south west at 1K’s and 2ft…mmm….i’m not that excited…..what about you…..Monday will be east to south east at 4K’s and 2ft…light onshore cross shore surf ….again sort of surfable for those keen to roll the shoulder….Tuesday will be east to north east at 6k’s and 3ft…looking like a fun day of surf at 13th and townies…stay upright and make a difference Ross Rasta Surf Co
13th Beach Surf Report 8th May 2017…the large onshore continues with a 4 to 5ft swell and a south to southwester at 10k’s…best chance of a clean wave will be east of townies, Fisho’s Torqool, Pt Addis, Pt Roadknight, Lorne and Kennett…Tuesday will be south to south west at 15k’s and 4ft…ditto above folks…Wednesday will be north to north west at 5k’s and 2ft…time to bust out the logs and trad equipment…13th and townies will be fun…Thursday will be west to north west 20k’s and 3ft…windy but pretty clean at 13th and townies…onshore by late arvo….Friday will be south to south east…what the…mmm…4ft and junky…no fun on the open beaches…stay upright and make a difference Ross Rasta Surf Co.
Dewey Weber , an iconic surfer of the 50’s and 60’s with a progressive aggressive style. Unbeknownst too many , he was a champion at yoyo and wrestling. At 5’3″ and 130lbs he was sponsored by Manhattan board maker Dale Velzy as a kid and nicknamed” the little man on wheels”.Weber was an early pioneer to surf Hawaii too. Dewey Weber went onto establish several successful surf shops with the help of Harold Iggy a surfboard designer/shaper. from 1966 to 1967 they sold around 10,000 performer model long boards. Since his passing,Dewey’s wife and children, Shea and Corey still run the Dewey Weber surf store in San Clemente. Photo credit Dewey Weber and Leroy Grannis