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RE: Lake Winnipeg« on: June 30 2009 10:06:00 »
Hey guys, I have windsurfed on the lake for years and from time to time there are some small surfable waves. The trick is to get out to them. I have used a 9' bic long board and a 10' longboard. The best combo for me so far has been the 10 footer at grand beach in WNW NW or NNW winds, right at the point. Putting a sail on a surfboard or a SUP(standup paddle board) and getting out far enough so that you can ride in is a blast. We ussually get 20-30 winds along with decent sized waves so rides can be short and fast.
Let me know if you want to head out!
RE: Lake Winnipeg« Reply #1 on: October 01 2009 07:10:00 »
Yeah C...been there, done that, bought the T-shirt.
Good work LLSSM crew. Here is to the mother of all NW gales in our near future.
RE: Lake Winnipeg« Reply #2 on: October 16 2009 21:10:00 »
Trying to get Winnipeg Surfers into a Facebook group. Want to share info on River breaks and all of that.
Please look up Winnipeg Surfers on Facebook.
RE: Lake Winnipeg« Reply #3 on: August 17 2016 15:08:00 »
iv seen two story swells on the east shore for paddle and reg surfing east shore is your best bet but for wind surfing id say west shore dont go and expect waves watch the weather stations around the lake look for big wind or storms moving in or across the lake and she gets hugh enjoy