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California Street (C Street) and Surf forecast

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California Street (C Street) Surf Report

1.8 meters
wave-deirection
2 m @ 13s S
wind-deirection
4 mph SE
sunrise
18:27
sunset
06:27
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California Street (C Street) Forecast

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Corona Del Mar Jetty
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Laguna Beach (Brooks Street)
Morro Beach
Poche Beach
Rockpile/Heisler Park
Salt Creek
San Clemente Pier
Strands Point
T Street (Trafalgar Street)
Trails
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Cardiff Reef
Carlsbad
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Imperial Beach
Mission Beach (San Diego)
Point Loma
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Tajiguas
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Haskels Beach
Leadbetter Beach
Miramar
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Tarpits/Carpinteria State Beach
Emma Wood
Faria Beach
Hobson County Park
La Conchita Beach
Little Rincon/Mussel Shoals
Pitas Point/Faria County Park
Rincon Point
Solimar Reef and Beach
County Line/Yerba Buena Beach
New Jetty/South Jetty
Ormond Beach
Port Hueneme Beach Park
Silver Strand
Staircase Beach
Linda Mar / Pacifica
Ocean Beach
Klamath River
South Beach
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Patricks Point
Eureka
Point Arena
Virgin Creek
Bolinas
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Secrets
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Princeton Jetty
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Scott Creek
Waddell Creek
Cowells
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Capitola
Manresa Beach
Pleasure Point
The Hook
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Morro Bay
Pico Creek
Sand Dollar Beach
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Shell Beach
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More on California Street (C Street)

Found in Ventura County in Southern California, C Street is a fun and long point break that peels across a boulder and sand bottom. Some waves can be a little tricky to surf, but break for up to 300 meters and provide plenty of opportunity for manoeuvres and longboard cruising.

What are the best surf conditions for C Street?

This point gets good between waist high and triple overhead. We recommend a shortboard when big here, and a longboard at any other time. C Street is suitable for all levels of surfers. The surf here is pretty consistent (6/10) and usually has a crew on it (6/10). The best winds are Northeast and it works on all tides. The best swells come from the Northwest, South, Southwest, and West.

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