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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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There Can Be waves up to about 9 feet on lake winnipeg. - The only great surfing spot is only accessable by jetski so only about a dozen people know about it. Its in the north basin where it goes from 20 foot water to about 5 foot water because of an underwater cliff.
Up North? - Had a mate from Yellowknife that swears the lake fetch barrels in... anybody ever been?
No surf in Winnipeg - There is no surf in Winnipeg - trust me I live here! Great City and beaches but no waves.
question - can you ansewer my question does in winnipeg do surfing?
Por runa koley
visiting place - i want see local visiting place
i'll show you my Alaskan breaks if you show me your BC breaks - I am going back to Alaska in january or february for a few weeks to surf, and was going to head down to vancouver island to surf for a bit too. i grew up surfing in alaska, and have seen some pretty good days there. I have been living on oahu for the past 5 years but want to get back to some less crowded waves for a bit. i am getting a semi gun and a 8'6" gun shaped and i am looking to ride some bigger waves like 8+ plus hawaiian. so yeah, i'll play host to you for a few weeks and you do the same to me. shoots
Sad! - That's hurting! If you want to surf for real why don't you chip the snow and ice off your boards and come out to BC where there's real surf!
Don't know what you're talking about... - I've had many good days over the years at Kincardine pier and other spots on that shoreline, rides from 30 yards off the pier to the first sandbar = 100 yards+. Having said that, Huron in general is not consistent for quality but can get big often with great peaks to chase around.
- I live in Kincardine and I see surfers there all time. It's just to bad there aren't any waves for them to ride. If you think kincardine is secret spot, or any where between Kincardine and Point Clark I would think again. We get all kinds of guys sitting on there boards from Toronto, Hamilton, etc.. waiting for the big wave to come rolling in and if they are luckey to get up they got a 2 second ride on a 2 foot wave. I'm not kidding either when I say 2 seconds. Bad under tow when we get above 35km/hr winds.If you want to come surf in Kincardine I suggest you bring your kites with you. At least then you'll be guaranteed to have some fun.
Lake Huron - Grand Bend - I see surfers on the south side of the pier on North-West winds... either closer to shore than the pier's edge, or at the end of the buoys
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