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RE: GTA Surf Club« on: April 09 2007 09:04:00 »
Hi Doris, I don't know if you will check this site again, but if you do the gentleman that posted after you had good advice. Talking to the locals is the best way to get a feel for the scene. Don't be discouraged if they vibe you, some people don't like the idea of the water getting crowded. But you will find someone who will tell you where to get a board and a wetsuit, and what winds are needed to generate rideable surf for your local area. All I can tell you is there are lots better forums out there than this one, I would tell you but I don't want this kind of bullsh!t spilling over into serious sites.
Next time you see people at the bridge just go talk to them, most people will answer your questions
RE: GTA Surf Club« Reply #1 on: April 17 2007 14:04:00 »
So what is this surfing club all about ? How can I join ? I just moved from Virginia Beach,and would love to join.
RE: GTA Surf Club« Reply #2 on: April 22 2007 18:04:00 »
Yes I'm interested in joining. Does anyone know of a good place to surf in TO and would they be interested in making a group event one of these weekends?
RE: GTA Surf Club« Reply #3 on: May 29 2007 20:05:00 »
Wow...18 months and this thread has gone nowhere.
If there really is a group of surfers who are serious about scrounging some lake waves from time to time when the stars come into alignment on the weather, please feel free to contact me.
I've got about 60 days under my belt in Hawaii, Tofino, Costa Rica, Barbados and Australia, just bought a 7'4" that might be able to catch some float in this lake chop and am curious to see if we can actually have some fun on Lake Ontario this summer.
So who's stepping up to the plate?
RE: GTA Surf Club« Reply #4 on: June 02 2007 11:06:00 »
there should be some waves coming our way this week. there is a tropical storm making its way north from florida:) who knows what it will bring but anything is better than staring at this computer monitor. that water temp is amazing for this time of year too!!!! ashbridges bay and in front of the water filtration plant (out from vic park) usually have some catchable waves....
GTA Surf Club« Reply #5 on: June 26 2007 12:06:00 »
I'm extremely interested to surf anywhere in Ontario I surfed in San Diego last year, now I do nothing but watch surf videos on my spair time.
I just recently found out there was surf on the great lakes and am very eager to learn more about the possibilities.
I haven’t grasped how exactly to read the forecast and determine the likelihood of good surf.
Does anyone know how I can find information on prime location, weather and timing for Ontario surfing?
RE: GTA Surf Club« Reply #6 on: July 09 2007 13:07:00 »
would like to get in on a costa rica excursion....I'm already planning on going there in feb 2008 for 12 days during reading week so the more the merrier
RE: GTA Surf Club« Reply #7 on: July 19 2007 09:07:00 »
The Lake riders are going to Costa Rica ? Don't you think its a bit.......... out of your league ? Try Virginia Beach or maryland first. Get used to the ocean first then try Costa. It's almost as if your going to jump from a puddle to Pipe. Theres a big difference from riding lake chop to Ocean swells.
RE: GTA Surf Club« Reply #8 on: July 19 2007 14:07:00 »
Yea like Id know anything about surfing. Good job guys, hit it hard. Cosat isn't a heavy surf anywhays depndeing when you go