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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.

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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.

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Comment by Jesse Antler on April 14, 2014 at 9:19am

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.

Comment by Byron Sullivan on April 14, 2014 at 8:56am

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.

Comment by Brandon Liddell on April 12, 2014 at 8:41pm
Anyone back in the water yet?
Comment by Byron Sullivan on November 27, 2013 at 11:49am

Dont know if any of you are still catchin waves in these sub-zeros.

heres a clip of some bayfield waves. still one of my favourite spots... if the winds right.

Comment by Jesse Antler on September 18, 2013 at 3:58pm
I just got off the phone with someone from the municipality of kincardine and Apparently there's going to be a meeting tomorrow night at 6 at the Davidson centre regarding the Blue Flag beach at station beach. The conflict is basically to have a blue flag beach they want everything from the south pier roped off and we would not be able to surf, kite, paddle board, boat or jetski on the south side of the pier which we all know is the best spot to go! The call was a heads up to get as many people out to the meeting to basically say after all the presentations are done that blue flag beach is not the direction that we and kincardine want to go. The good thing is that Kincardine tourism is behind the wants of us(surfers, kiteboarding etc.) but they need more voices to have a leg to stand on after they open it up to the floor that a blue flag beach might be for other municipalities but it isn't for kincardine so we can still enjoy the south of the pier!! so spread the word to anyone you know that enjoys these waters in kincardine like us. The meeting is at the Davidson centre tomorrow night at 6pm! Try and make an effort to get out to this meeting so they know that we don't want to lose this spot just to have a blue flag disignated beach!!
Comment by Darcy Martin on September 9, 2013 at 10:35am
No black gunk. I thing the waves were hitting a sandbar because they would break and then just pound straight down. No power to keep them rolling. I was at grandbend earlier in the day and same thing there.
Comment by Byron Sullivan on September 9, 2013 at 8:51am

I assumed from wind direction it would be good at Ipperwash, but I haven't actually surfed there yet. Was there still lots of that black gunk floating on the shore line? I had my doubts about Port Franks, but ended up really impressed with the waves there. Some windsurfer couldn't get past the break so he just ended up watching us surf.

Comment by Darcy Martin on September 8, 2013 at 8:37pm
I was at ipperwash, they were short and bushy. Still got a few rides in :) maybe I was at the wrong spot...
Comment by Byron Sullivan on September 8, 2013 at 8:29pm

It was pounding Port Franks all day. They were peeling right with the odd nice left. Surfed for 5 hours. And Port Franks shallow beach made long waves that pushed real hard. NE winds were great, Ipperwash woulda been even better.

Comment by Jesse Antler on September 8, 2013 at 11:08am
Buttery flat.

There is an off shore breeze.

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