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Topic: Surfing Ontario
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Topic: Surfing Ontario
Views: 213084 Replies: 496

By:

matt

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RE: Surfing Ontario

you can buy a board from a store on young st.  google board shop t.o. or somthing like like that

By:

GeeWilikers

RE: Surfing Ontario

Boardsports is on Yonge st. between Davisville and Eglinton. Small selection right now but worth a look.

Silent Sports also sells boards. They're in Richmond Hill.

There are a few places in the Wasaga-ish area that make custom boards.

By:

kharraz

RE: Surfing Ontario

if u want a surfboard there are two places in the GTA Silent Sports ( Younge & Steels) go north on Young and make a right on Docaster Rd it a little was downhill about 5 minutes. another place is Boradsports it's at (Younge & Davisville) get off davisville station and walk Nothr on Younge it about 2 minutes walk and ur there. Just to let u know that surfboards are expensive in canada the best thing to do is get one from the States by ckecking the surf sites it much cheaper too OR get it from Ebay u will find sum new ones too and if ur lucky like me u might hit the jack pot.   ns_surfrider@yahoo.ca

By:

vince

RE: Surfing Ontario

yeah I went to Boardsports, they had 3 boards - all around $1100 or so...  ridiculously expensive!!  You're right I think I can probably get away with spending about $500 on ebay including shipping.  

One thing I'm still trying to figure out: do you need a different type of board to surf freshwater or will any board do?

By:

matt

RE: Surfing Ontario

any board will do but a board with a rounder nose will help catch smaller waves u might want to consider that



By:

Jacob

RE: Surfing Ontario

hey guys, this is probably the best forum ive found yet on fresh water surfing. Last weekend i went up to wasaga beach, the forcast was low waves (1 footers), but with offshore winds... so i figured there might be some luck in the winds generating swells.

boy oh boy, was i in luck... the swells generated waves about 1 - 2 meters in height. But since the winds came in off the lake, they broke the waves easy and created alot of turbulent sloppy waves. Im sure if i looked around the coast a bit more i would of been able to find a spot sheltered by wind.

still learning how to forcast when good waves will arise. if anyone at all is interested in joining me... id love a surfing buddy.

By:

ryan

Wasaga beach

Jacob - that's great to hear you lucked out with some decent sized, albeit sloppy, waves up at wasag beach. Especially given the poor forecast.  I guess you've heard of Alona Bay, which I believe is further south of Wasaga? I have had a hard time tracking down its exact whereabouts...but I believe that it's near the mouth of Montreal River.

cheers

By:

carlie

RE: Surfing Ontario

hey there, I am in hawaii right now and have been surfing all summer. i am coming home back to toronto in a week for school, which totally sucks. I am definately stoked on finding some waves when I get home, I have a nice longboard and looking for some people to go trawling for waves. If anyone is interested drop me a line carlie_wiener@hotmail.com

By:

Dale

RE: Surfing Ontario

I am lookining to find somewhere in the Toronto area (or north) to begin learning how to surf.  I have been obsessed with watewr sports my whole life and would like nothing more than to learn how to surf before i go away travelling.  If you can help me out, give me a shout as dsapplebaum@rogers.com

By:

ryan

Surf's up!

East Coast is heating up!! Storm's rollin' in, and her name is Irene. Sweet!

Grab a board 'n' suit and go to eastcoastal states that are relatively close to Ontario, such as Maine or New Hampshire - to breaks like York Beach and Hampton Beach. There's lots of other breaks.  

I am heading out in a couple of weeks, I hope there's another storm then too!!


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