by Bub » Sun Apr 01, 2007 9:36 pm
by WooD » Mon Apr 02, 2007 5:54 am
by Bub » Mon Apr 02, 2007 4:40 pm
I was sort of figuring surf in summer on the Gulf would be like a lake. I won't bother and I doubt a trip across to the Atlantic side is really an option. No problem...I've got plenty of other opportunities to surf.WooD wrote:Unless theres a hurricain brewing June is pretty flat. North Jetty is gonna be a pretty good drive from Siesta Key, but thats what vacations are for.
Heres the SurfLine link to north jetty.
This is what SurfLine has to say about the west coast in June.
Typically, the surf in June, July and August is very small or flat, unless a tropical storm or hurricane comes through. There are many days when you can catch pathetic ankle- to waist-high slop on a longboard at any beachbreak, and the jetties may have a small, bouncy, back-washy peak to hop around on; however, in most respects, this is the season of misery for surfers, better known as "100 days of hell."
You would be better off driving across to the east coast around Cocoa.
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