Fog Warning for Pt.Loma

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  1. sdfishkiller

    sdfishkiller Cod Smuggler

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    Todd Mora
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    Just a heads up.

    Fog was very thick this morning in Point Loma, 100 ft max vis at Sunset Cliffs. (looks like 30 foot)

    Any weekend fisherman be careful, probably be very foggy in morning.
     
  2. jcole4455

    jcole4455 Newbie

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    Thanks Todd, I'm thinking of going early tomarrow, now it will be a bankers launch. How did the water look?
     
  3. Adam12

    Adam12 Newbie

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    Thanks for the info. We are taking the kayak out in the morning.
     
  4. sdfishkiller

    sdfishkiller Cod Smuggler

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    There is a 3-4 ft swell from the west with mild to moderate breeze. 5-10kt. pretty nice.

    I look at the NDBC website, has CURRENT buoy data.

    NDBC - Southwest California Recent Marine Data

    San Clemente buoy is a good one to watch it has the most info. #46086

    there are alot of inshore buoys too, mostly swell data.
     
  5. Day Late...

    Day Late... Newbie

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  6. Full Eclipse

    Full Eclipse Well-Known "Member"

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    Steve
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    Thanx for the site- just another tool in the box!
     

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