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Teiki Mathieu Baillan surfing a self-made Alaya surfboard in Macaroni, Mentawaï, Indonesia. Photo by C. Naslain, 2009.

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 South beach

USA, South East, South Florida

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By anonymous , 11-04-2005

Localism is for idiots - I'm relocating from NJ to South Beach in a month. I hope to get some good surf here and there without having to drive up the coast. I have read mindless bickering about localism and what not in the lineup here. Localism is immature, unneccesary, and unfortunately all-too present. It defeats the idea of what surfing is all about; a non-violent, naturalistic, experience of pure pleasure. Pugilistic terratorialism only makes the experience poor for all. The ocean belongs to no man. It sends us gifts in the waves that we ride. Those gifts should be shared. As long as those in the water practice ettiquette, thewy should be respected. A local pecking order is one thing, constant tension is another.

By anonymous , 16-02-2005

Miami surf? Nice try. - I'm from Hawaii and it amazes me that there are kooks here who think there is surf in Miami. 1-there is no surf in Miami, 2-the people here are tards, 3-there is no surf in Miami! You've got bad drivers, people who think they can surf, and people who don't speak English but think they own the place. Wanna surf? Go somewhere else. Miami sucks! Get real!

By anonymous , 13-02-2005

looks like crap - i'm from hawaii too. big island. i've been to florida, it's crowded and it sucks. it's one of the worst places to surf in america. cept jersey cuz the filth, and the great lakes cuz those guys are tards. the 10 days a year it's over 6 feet and clean there are like a million losers droppin in on each other. if you like surf, why you live here?

By anonymous , 11-02-2005

what? - picture #24 is steamer lane. nice try though. its strait from surfline

By anonymous , 11-02-2005

- Eh Brudda Im from Kahana too. No hole in the head type spots in Miami Brah. I been there. Not too many Hawaiians either.Good luck cuz. Why they got so many shitty pictures of this place on here anyway.(14-23)

By ernesto angles , 17-12-2004

- ive been surfing since i was 12..and ive been going to sobe for nearly 1 year, and by this time, i havent yet discovered the entrance point
is the only way to get in by swimming inside against the current?

By not a local , 13-12-2004

visiting pembroke pines - im from cali wheres a good place to surf thats near pembroke pines

By anonymous , 09-12-2004

south beach - You guys are better going to mainland mexico, puerto rico, costa rica, panama, nicaragua, or el salvador instead of driving yourself nuts waiting around for waist high slop. All these places are a relatively short flight away

By anonymous , 09-12-2004

Any Hawaiians in Miami? - Whats up? I am from Kahana Hawaii but live in Gulf coast of Florida moving to Miami for a job but wanting to know if there are any true Hawaiians in Miami to surf w/ we have a few hawaiians around here that surf together.

By , 25-10-2004

Typical South Beach Chop - This "chop" is not "typical" of south florida. Its slightly better than average. Typical is flat with thigh-waist high swells...

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