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Topic: Surfing Ontario

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replies: 514

By:

rob hamilton

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RE: Surfing Ontario

« on: October 03 2006 16:10:00 »

Dude  Iam new also, I'am going to buy a board to, i was on ebay looking alot of used boards there. Besides that im not sure.

By:

jer

RE: Surfing Ontario

« Reply #1 on: October 04 2006 19:10:00 »

Ya , thats where i have been looking to
my brother got a board for christmas but we have only been able to use it behind our dads boat and ever since iv really wanted to try and surf some real waves, and get a board.
thanks!

By:

jer

RE: Surfing Ontario

« Reply #2 on: October 04 2006 19:10:00 »

Hey i have another question, where's the best place to surf this time of year in toronto?

By:

rob hamilton

RE: Surfing Ontario

« Reply #3 on: October 04 2006 19:10:00 »

up youre moms ass you prick

By:

jase

RE: Surfing Ontario

« Reply #4 on: October 04 2006 23:10:00 »

jer. DON'T DO IT. getting a shortboard when u've never surfed "real waves" is stupid. just plain stupid. especially on the lakes. come on, man, do ur research. shortboards are fine for being towed behind a dam boat but out on the water, u'll never learn on a shortboard. not in the lake. go 7'5+ AT LEAST. u'll thank me later when u actually get up and ride a wave.

all u newbies should do some reading before getting all whacked. do ur own work. find ur own breaks. jeez, ull never be surfers if u just get every1 else to do it 4 u!

GET THE BOOK SURFING THE GREAT LAKES. ok? it'll tell u all u want to know bout when and where to catch good waves. then u can stop askin such stupid questions.
GET THE BOOK SURFING THE GREAT LAKES
GET THE BOOK SURFING THE GREAT LAKES
GET THE BOOK SURFING THE GREAT LAKES
u can buy it a freakin chapters.

By:

Mister Rogers

RE: Surfing Ontario

« Reply #5 on: October 05 2006 05:10:00 »

Get the book of surfing flat water so You cant look at pictures of guys doing what youll never do on a surfboard diklik

By:

jase

RE: Surfing Ontario

« Reply #6 on: October 05 2006 16:10:00 »

hydrofoil boards... there's a clip on google of laird hamilton ridin 1. goggle hydrofoil surfboard. u need lots of speed tho so u need a jetski/boat on a flat day. if u had 1 of those u culd just tow-surf neway. still it aint the same kinda surfin...

By:

jer

RE: Surfing Ontario

« Reply #7 on: October 05 2006 17:10:00 »

allright ill keep that in mind jase,
im only 5.5' though , dont you think 7"5 is a little big

By:

jase

RE: Surfing Ontario

« Reply #8 on: October 05 2006 18:10:00 »

very true tom. ya gotta get what u can on these lakes! mayb some wickd new surf tech/style will pop up here. haha. who knows.

By:

jase

RE: Surfing Ontario

« Reply #9 on: October 05 2006 18:10:00 »

seriously jer dude. ask any lakesurfer and theyll tell ya the same for a beginner. itll just b a waist of $$ and ull get frustrated way quiker w/ a shortboard. if ur worried bout it bein 2 big stay in the 7'7 to 8'5 range. there not 2 bulky and fun to use even if u get good on it. ud b surprised how easy it really is to paddle a big board. ud think it would take more effort but it takes less cuz it catches waves better. 8' wuld b really good 4 u i think.

u shuld go out 1 day an ask some dudes nicely to try out their sticks or sumthin. they might b feelin generous that day.


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