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Double Bluff
WIND DIRECTION
S / SE

photo: jimstringfellow.com


SCENE

If you’ve got the time to get there, this place has it all from butter to head-high swell. The fact it’s located on the southern end of Whidbey Island, means it’s a ferry ride (Mukilteo - Clinton) away for most. Check the tides before you head out. At high tide the only exposed beach is littered with logs & debris. Go here on a low tide and you’ll be hooked for life. It doesn’t get much better than DB!

SeaSoN

October - March

ForecaStiNg

  • Most often associated with pre/post frontal storms.
  • Make sure there is no westerly component in the wind.
  • High tide bad (with exception of the slick). Low tide good.

caMS / SeNSorS

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