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  1. #1
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    Where are good breaks around Satellite Beach?

    I am going to Satellite Beach this weekend and would like to know where some good breaks are. I have been to 2nd light, Cocoa, and Sebastions Inlet. I have heard of Monster Hole. I do not know which road to take to Sebastions Inlet break either. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you all! Rusty (scislander).

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    there is only one road that leads to sebastian inlet... or pretty much any other break on the east coast of FL...?

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    Quote Originally Posted by e-bot View Post
    there is only one road that leads to sebastian inlet... or pretty much any other break on the east coast of FL...?
    I assume you are speaking of A1A? I didnt know if there was a certain path or road to the beach. I guess A1A runs along the beach from Cape Canaveral to Sebastions. Thanx I guess I got ignorant of Google Earth.

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    this weekend

    since the period on the swell coming this weekend is a very short period, it will be peaky and disorganized everywhere you go. satellite beach on a low tide going high will be your best bet for fun surf. so just walk to the nearest beach from where you are and you could have a damn fun time with few people out.

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    and yeah, you could go south on A1A to sebastian. if the surf sucks, go down there. The King of the Peak contest is this weekend!!!! (hooray) you can watch a bunch of guys that rip tear apart ****ty surf.

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    Thanks to yall for info! Im off!

    Looks like I have a small window of waist high glassy waves for Sat. down there.

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    low tide is around 3pm and high is at like 9am so thats gonna make all the difference, most spots will only be good around low tide.