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Topic: Lake Winnipeg

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replies: 13

By:

Colin

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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!

By:

Dave

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.

Aloha

By:

Anaguma

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.


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