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SURFING AT REEF ROAD

Wednesday, November 19th, 2014 at 10:59am. 452 Views, 0 Comments.

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Florida’s east coast has produced some quality surf spots during the main swell season, which is during the winter months from November to March and generates surf anywhere between 1-10 ft. Time the waves right and you will be surfing some pretty classic waves all while the water is warm and the sun is shining – they don’t call it the Sunshine State for nothing!

The cultured surfing community of South Florida has shaped some of the world’s best surf riders such as Kelly Slater. For the Florida surfer there are a few go to surf spots that are…

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ADMIRALS COVE MARINA to EXPAND

Wednesday, November 19th, 2014 at 9:54am. 229 Views, 0 Comments.

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Admirals Cove is one of the finest golf and yachting communities in America. Admirals Cove provides residents with the convenience of backyard docks, easy Intracoastal access, and over six miles of inland waterways. For the golf enthusiast, 45 holes of championship golf and sweeping fairways await, with luxurious palatial residences and shimmering waterways serving as a serene backdrop. Membership within Admirals Cove provides access to tennis, spa, fitness, salon, private banking, and five star dining. All of these desired amenities within a secured,…

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JUPITER BEACH RENOURISHMENT PROJECT

Tuesday, November 18th, 2014 at 9:41am. 681 Views, 0 Comments.

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Beginning in early November, Palm Beach County began hauling 200,000 cubic yards of beach sand for a beach renourishment project south of the Jupiter Inlet at Carlin Park.  Approximately 120 truckloads of sand will be delivered from a mine in Port St. Lucie daily.  The trucks will travel via I-95 to Indiantown Road to a staging area at Carlin Park, 400 A1A, Jupiter, during off peak hours to avoid impacts on traffic and morning rush hour.

Palm Beach County Tourist Development Tax and the State of Florida…

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CATCHING OFFSHORE FISH...INSHORE!

Tuesday, November 18th, 2014 at 10:23am. 734 Views, 0 Comments.

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Far back inshore of the Intracoastal Waterway of Tequesta, Florida, a flats boat was anchored up in the north fork of the Loxahatchee river, right next to the Tequesta Bridge, where anglers were just casually fishing.

Normally, back in the Loxahatchee River, fishermen are more likely to hook up on a Jack crevalle, a lady fish or even a snook, where the saltwater is brackish, shallow and murky. On the other hand, sometimes the waters may have you guessing on what you’re reeling in.

A couple weeks ago, Captain Joe Kelly, informed me that his friend’s son…

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