Nicaragua Surf Report for Friday, February 06, 2009

Hi folks, this is the NSR family bringing you the action for the Friday surf report.  The wind keeps blowing super strong offshore but it looks like is starting to die down a bit.  The waves were small but there were a couple of fun ones to be taken if you can handle with the cold water.  It was running about waist to chest high on sets and once again not many people made it out to the beach.  Check it out!!!

The wind is making the water colder than normal and you guys already know that many species are vanishing.  Check out this shot of this strange kind of sea snake that showed out to the shore this morning.  Who wants to get a bite of that thing?

A few longboarders paddled out today and they caught some really fun ones.  Here is this unknown rider waiting for the right moment to do some stuff on this right.

These are two more victims of the cold water.  We tried to take a couple of these things back in the water but they were trying to make it out of the water because they do not hold up anymore to be swimming in that kind of water.

Augusto “La Gaviota” Chamorro was one of the locals who decided to paddle and rode some good little fun ones.  Here he is with a cool front side snap.

This is the worst wind season that we’ve had in along time.  The wind keeps doing its thing down here in town.  This is one of the many buildings with no roof.  Hopefully the wind will start dying tonight.

On the last shot of the day we have Rodolfo “Calibilly” Zapata riding one the best rights of the day.  The waves are supposed to be about the same size tomorrow but we are expecting to have a new swell on Sunday so stay tuned with us.