The south swell is here and it's firing. Waves are 3-5 ft. with clean lines with a slight current. Outer Reef at Popoyo is breaking if your brave and skilled to charge! Winds are light off-shore and it's time to get out there.. Yew!
If you missed it today, there is always tomorrow. Waves are a shredable 2-4 ft. that would make any surfer stay in the water all day. The winds are light off-shore, the sandbars are set up and Nicaragua is the place to surf!
Clean conditions all day. Waves are 2-3 ft. and inconsistent, but worth the wait when they come in. Winds are light off-shore all day and water is glassy. Crowds are light, so get out there and enjoy the perfect weather.
The swell is still here and conditions are great. Waves are 3-5 ft. and waiting to be slashed or ready to pound you into the sand. Winds are light all day with glassy conditions. There have been broken boards lately, so keep your save and make those barrels.
The calm after the storm. The water is starting to clean up with 3-5 ft. waves and variable conditions. It's still a little lumpy and bumpy out there. The rain is still sticking around and the beach has enough wood to supply burning man with a weeks worth of firewood.
Winds have been blowing for days and raining like waterfalls. Finally this afternoon gave us a window of 3-4 ft. waves with some bumpy conditions. Winds were on-shore all day and stopped for a few hours before the next rain squall hit.
Finding some surf between the rain and dirty water. Surf is 1-2 ft. during the small window of winds and rain. Winds are strong on-shore most of the day and the rivers are flowing. Only the brave seek out waves today!
Photo Surf Report
Check out the photo surf report from Popoyo and around the area.