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RE: learning to surf in Florida« Reply #1 on: June 05 2004 06:06:00 »
Cocoa beach is a nice place
RE: learning to surf in Florida« Reply #2 on: June 10 2004 18:06:00 »
Melbourne Beach is a super mellow little village and you get to surf the Ave everyday.
RE: learning to surf in Florida« Reply #3 on: June 11 2004 16:06:00 »
Fernandina Beach is nice small but empty.So far this month it has been flat but last month was sick everday in May was choice. Good luck
RE: learning to surf in Florida« Reply #4 on: June 21 2004 13:06:00 »
cocoa beach is awesome..i only live near it and i surf there just about everyday!!..i love it down here..
RE: learning to surf in Florida« Reply #5 on: June 24 2004 12:06:00 »
the surf is good if your learning but where i live its mostly flat
RE: learning to surf in Florida« Reply #7 on: July 09 2004 13:07:00 »
Jax. isn't that bad. It is flat during the summer, but nice during the fall/hurricane season. Also, its close to a lot of other good breaks, with talbot and st. aug being real close. The beaches is its own city w/ an awesome feel, but you can head in town if you want more of a big city atmosphere.
RE: learning to surf in Florida« Reply #9 on: October 12 2004 21:10:00 »
yo-deerfield beach-you've got the pier, delray and reef road right next to jupiter. ft. lauderdale and miami on the dry side and deerfield is chill as hell. check out big kahuna's on tuesday nites-ive been here one year with all the knowledge and no regrets