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Oregon Surf Reports and Surf Forecasts

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Conditions Summary
 Brookings
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5ft 14secs 279° 11mph NE - Offshore - 46°
 Coos Bay
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5.5ft 14secs 283° 11mph ENE - Cross/offshore - 58°
 Gold Beach
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5ft 14secs 273° 12mph ENE - Offshore - 60°
 Florence
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5.5ft 14secs 281° 6mph E - Offshore - 85°
 Newport
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5.5ft 13secs 283° 7mph ESE - Offshore - 104°
 Winchester Bay
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5ft 14secs 282° 5mph E - Offshore - 91°
 Cape Kiwanda
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6ft 13secs 277° 6mph E - Offshore - 96°
Add a New Surf SpotRegional Overview
Oregon wave-lashed coastline is fully exposed to north-west swells coming down from the Gulf of Alaska and the prolific North Pacific, peaking from November to March. Autumn being the best time to surf with less wind, warmer waters and consistent surf. The summer can sometimes pick up south-west groundswells but they are rare. North-west winds are dominant with the majority of spots being hidden behind a protective headland such as Cape Lookout. Oregon possesses a good mixture of high quality reefs, beaches and points, some being very tide dependent. First surfed in the 1930s by locals off Agate Beach, the waves here are big and so are the sharks. Sea temperatures vary between 7 to 13°C or 45 to 55°F.
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News Image Surf the Amazon
Imagine surfing the world’s longest wave, up the world’s greatest river, miles from civilisation and deep within the most impressive rainforest on earth. Adventure tour operator Ativa Adventures wants to make that image reality by offering trips for advanced surfers to ride the mighty Pororoca tidal bore on the Amazon River in Brazil. This is an extreme adventure, with real dangers, and miles away from civilisation. Crocodiles, snakes, piranhas, and a wall of white water tearing up everything in its path... But if we get it right, and we have everything in place to ensure that we do, you will experience the most beautiful sight a surfer will EVER get to see. Amazing lefts and rights, barrels that last for minutes, all while surrounded by the stunning, ecologically diverse and completely fascinating Amazon rainforest. Here is an extract from a journal kept by one of our first travellers to the Pororoca:
News Image ASP Women’s World Title Race Heats Up at Billabong Girls Pro Rio
RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil (Wednesday, September 3, 2008) – The ASP Top 17 will return to Brazil this coming week to prepare for the Billabong Girls Pro Rio, event No 4 of 8 on the 2008 ASP Women’s World Tour, and with the race for the ASP Women’s World Title in full swing, the performance levels are sure to be heightened in the playful beachbreaks of Barra de Tijuca in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
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