I doubt too many made it out today.
The wind has been 17-25 knots over the last several days. Maybe a charter boat.
Detailed Wave Summary
for 46029 as of (2:00 pm PDT)
2100 GMT on 07/23/2003:
Significant Wave Height (H0): 7.5 ft
Swell Height (SwH): 4.9 ft
Swell Period (*** ): 9.1 sec
Swell Direction (SwD): NW
Wind Wave Height (WWH): 5.9 ft
Wind Wave Period (WWP): 6.7 sec
Wind Wave Direction (WWD): NW
Wave Steepness (STEEPNESS): AVERAGE
Average Wave Period (AVP): 5.8 sec
Where do you get those great, detailed ocean conditions? That would be awesome to post. I know I could have used it last time we went. Fishing was great but wind chop kicked our heinies. Thanks.
We had a great trip Sunday 7/20. Ended up with 4 kings and 6 silvers. Largest was a dandy 31# URB quality. Downriggers seemed to get most of the kings but the biggest was on top with a diver. The following NOAA site has the bouy data you are interested in.
For other marine forecasts do a search (aol, etc)with "national weather service" (nws)or "noaa"...then save to favorites the one that works best for you.Also see the salty dogs post on uscg phone numbers . Very helpful info and would never venture out in the big blue without them.
Look on the intro page to IFISH. On the left hand side right under the Quick data link heading:
"River levels, marine forcasts, tides, Bouys, Data, click here". No need to look anywhere else, it's all there. That's why this is such a great site!