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Fall Season on Lake Erie

Published September 28th, 2012

Early fall is the best season on Great Lakes. Crowds are gone, water is still warm and wind is picking up...Earlier this week I went to Sherkston Shores on Lake Erie in hope to get some wind. It's a well known spot for wave riding and I knew that it will be busy if wind picks up. Conditions weren't perfect, since wind was too much onshore... still it was a great day.

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First 3 cars on the beach

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4.5M + 86L = FUN

4.5 meters sail and 86 liters board is a perfect combination... time to find some waves at Sherkston Shores on Lake Erie

GO time

"Kitesurfing on a strapless surfboard is one of the most rewarding things you can do while powered by a kite"

Right of Way

Busy day at Sherkston Shores on Lake Erie

Windsurfing vs Kitesurfing

Kiteboarder and windsurfer working upwind at Sherkston Shores on Lake Erie

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