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Location: Port Huron
Latest Activity: Jun 20
Surfing in Kincardine is currently under threat. As you may or may not know, Kincardine’s Station Beach is a designated ‘Blue Flag Beach’ (…Continue
Started by Josh G. Last reply by Jesse Antler Sep 24, 2013.
Started by dcmallory25. Last reply by dcmallory25 Nov 11, 2012.
Living in Maine right now but hope to get back to Michigan where are some good spots to surf on lake huron on the US side preferably closer to the northern oakland county areaContinue
Started by dcmallory25 Nov 11, 2012.
Happy ISD everybody! Hope someone got waves!
last thurs fri was awesome. used my 3/2 and was just fine. anyone gettin out this weekend? thurs-sat is lookin good.
Man the lake is doing some funky stuff today, i think i missed some waves with offshore wind at port franks this morning. tomorrow might be decent and saturday is solid on the lower coast if magicseaweed is right.
Im going surfing =)
man the bluewater coast is clean and clear. ill be surfing tomorrow, just watch me
Haha. No Shit. That's because we have it all over here. The next east wind, you can have it all back.
Tere is still ice along the shore and you can see the ice floating about a 1km infront of Kincardine. If we get a north wind it's all going to blow back in again.
Might be another week before any one can ride in Kincardine.
Just trying to save you the drive. I'll post something once the ice goes away.
I might go in tomorrow. Depends if I'm done the carbon rails on my shortboard. I'm watching the webcams though and it looks beautiful. I hope the water level rise is significant, I really wanna see water that will do to a couple surf spots. The grand bend pier needed another foot of water anyway. I'm so pumped. This winter was brutal and I've been waiting for that damned ice to melt, feels like forever.
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