i always travel down to sebastian when its good i live in jacksonville so its not that far (like 3 hours) but whats so good about jax is 1). we are blessed with the poles witch has a large jetty that is PERFECT on a heavy NE wind/ground swell-' + '-had some of the best waves of my life their2)im at the new jax pier almost everyday that im not down south or at the poles and it has some of the most productive sand bars in NFL forsure and anyone around knows it-i check the reports every morn for the entire east coast and it seems that the pier is consistently bigger and/or more/just as powerful and fun as any other high tide break in the vacinity3)and the third reason why j-ville beach is a great place to live is that it is about 20 minutes away from St. Aug and great breaks such as Blowhole-V-land-micklersSt. aug pier
\nPS______i love surfing Ponte Vedra during the wintertime on low tide-' + '-' + '- its a good break and the huge hot tubs make it!!!!
\nsomeone top that!! jk
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Last edited by iripharderthanyou; Aug 19, 2007 at 05:48 PM.
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not trying to correct you or anything but in my opinion ive surfed both sebastian inlet many of times and caught 1st peak great -' + '-but i think that on a strong east swell blowhole in St. Aug is by-far the best wannabe point break because it has a "point" that sticks out and grabs swell that sends a filthy left down the beach-given-' + '-' + '-' + '-it had to be just right though-' + '-and its kinda like a spot that nobody goes to now so its cool cause you have to go into anastasia state park and years ago you could drive on the beach north all the way to the inlet across from V-land-' + '-but now after so many run-overs they stopped cars on the beach-' + '-' + '-ive walked it a bunch and its pretty gnar man like about 2 and 1/2 to 3 miles maybe a little less little more-or you can just go on vilano and pattle across ive done that to with buddies but its kinda far and creppy because everyone knows that thats where the mnost sharks reside and if you get attacked you got a long pattle with nobody around besides the occasional boat but im just trying to scare yall away brah lol
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Aug 24, 2007, 03:34 AM
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- Aug 2007
- Cocoa Beach Fl.
Yeah, but i was talking about somewhere that was a reasonable distance for someone to travel who lives in the cocoa beach area
I don't think i'd drive to St. Augustine to catch a small point break, but if i'm ever over there, i will be sure to check it out because i hear good things
my friend is gonna go to Teahupo this summer!
thats what he says...
thats where real surfers are made
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Sep 16, 2007, 01:19 AM
New Smyrna is the most consistant wave I have ever found in florida. The inlet breaks on both sides but the south side seems to work best. Lived close for two years and have rarely been let down by the drive. You can drive on the beach at low tide or park in the state park for three bucks and take the 1/2 mile boardwalk hike to get there. Love the wave but beware of fish with teeth, big teeth. Watch it when the rip is pulling north those rocks come at you faster than you think, and the current does weird things if you get too close. I live near Sebastian now and although there have been exceptional days here it seems flatter than New Smyrna. Spanish House seems to break sometime on the right tide, when all else round here is flat. Thats my 2 cents, happy hunting.
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Feb 28, 2007, 12:04 PM #1
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- May 2006
- Lewes, DE
Best place to be a surfer in Florida
Ok, so where is it? Where is the best place to be a surfer in the large coastal state of Florida.
North Florida, Central Florida, South Florida, and should I dare say West Florida or the Panhandle?