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Teiki Mathieu Baillan surfing a self-made Alaia surfboard in Lances Left, Mentawaï, Indonesia. Photo by C. Naslain, 2009.

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 Stoney point

USA, North East, The Great Lakes

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By Anonymous , 20-05-2010

2nd heaviest of the lakes.. - There is a heavier spot further north outside of Grand Marais just before Grand Portage i think around mile marker 138 on highway 61? Wait for a strong SW wind and you will be able to see the point break from 61. I paddled out and paddled right back in! HEAVY!! and yes i have surfed Stoney a number of times when it is big, believe me this spot i'm talking about dwarfs Stoney!

By Anonymous , 16-09-2007

amazed - you guys have balls for paddleing out in the dead of winter respect

By Anonymous , 14-01-2007

hi - who wud of thought u can get surf that good on a lake...

By pk the east coast ghost , 13-08-2006

hard core aye? - Hey yall mid-w surfers. If you surf this wave in the dead of winter when its peeling like this you are hard core. Dont let anyone tell you different. That is a tight looking wave and I bet dawn patrol at this spot puts your pelotas in your throat. That guys not trying to get barreled he is just ducking out of the way of an ice cream headache--keep slidin

By stuck in so cal with no surf! , 12-05-2006

surf greater lakes - i surfed secreat points form detoit and the dam canadian monuties hassled me... two days earler some one dided drowned to death! so the lakes are real

By Murf da Surf, So Cal , 11-05-2006

Alright pics.. - Wow, the wave does look inviting. Classic shots. I'd surf it anyday.

By anonymous , 11-05-2006

- There was an article in the mag with Joe Curren and crew surfing this wave. Of course the wave is beautiful, but the most interesting thing was hearing the stories about the quirks of surfing on the Great Lakes. In the interviews the surfers talked about how worked they got because of the lower buoyoncy found in a freshwater lake. Quite a unique wave.

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