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September 20 will forever be known California Surfing Day. The date has been introduced in the Golden State legislature to celebrate the California surfing lifestyle, and honor the history, culture, and future of the sport. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 122 was proposed by California State Senator Janet Nguyen and was unanimously approved by all members of the state's upper house.

The public announcement was made by Senator Nguyen, city officials, and surf legends in the Huntington Beach Pier while pro surfers sat on their boards in flat conditions waiting to competed at 2018 US Open of Surfing.

"Since surfing was brought to California's coast in the 19th century, the sport has transcended beyond the oceans to impact our language, music, fashion, and art. Surfing is a part of the social, economic, and cultural fabric of our State."

According to the bill, California has the largest ocean economy in the United States, and the US surf industry generates annual retail sales of over $6 billion.

The Golden State's coastline, with its 1,100 miles of coastal areas and beaches, generates $1.15 trillion in economic activity annually.
Small/Modest Blend of Swells This Week
Surf heights for the California coast most of this week.

Small to modest SSW swell and NW windswell blend
Generally light morning winds, but onshore for some
Tropics and SPAC showing promise in longer range

Small waves on Sunday at the Venice Pier. These photos were shot by Six12 Media. If you were out there, you probably got some surfing shots in the photo gallery, check them out, the link is down below.

You can find these and some more photos from this session, all full size and in high-resolution, in this photo gallery:

Venice Pier - Sunday 7-29-2018 Gallery

If you were out there, we probably got some cool surfing shots of you, go check them out!

Wanna see photos from previous days at this and otherlocal surf spots?
Click Surf Spot Galleries and look for the spot and then the date.

Local grom, now on the WSL QS tour, Noah Hill is still trying to make vlogs, unfortunately they're still bad...
NW Windswell Hangs On
Surf heights for the northern, central and southern California coast on Friday.

SSW swell fades through weekend; NW windswell lingers SoCal becoming smaller while Nor/Cen Cal stays up Early August looking slower overall, mainly windswell Possible better SPAC swell closer to middle of August

Senator Henry Stern hosted the second annual Surf Summit in Malibu. The summit gives children who have never visited the beach the opportunity to learn how to surf.

Watch an amazing father-daughter bond while Malibu's Frankie Seely and her dad, Mitt talk about surfing, fatherhood and how girls are treated differently out in the water. This short film is by Too Pretty Brand

Surf heights for northern, central and southern California mid week.

Solid SSW swell peaking this week with good size surf
Secondary NW windswell mixing in the background
Mornings are cleanest with typical afternoon onshores
Fading surf into the weekend with small/modest surf then

It's that time of year y'all! The second annual Good Fishing x Bay Street Boards Summer Pop-Up! IT's going down on Friday, July 27 at 2 PM - 9 PM

Good Fishing goes back a long ways with the Bay Street family, and they're suuuuper hype to head down to LA to put on another summer function together. Come through, bring friends, and vibe out!

They'll have the full Good Fishing collection drippin all over the shop floor, and might even have a few new surprises up their sleeve...

Bay Street Boards
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3216 Santa Monica Blvd
Mon-Fri 10a-8p Sat 10a-7p Sun 10a-5p