It was cold and the water was a little murky on this late Fall day on Possum Kingdom Lake. But that didn’t stop the DFW Surf Club Men’s crew from doing what they love- wakesurfing. Check out the vid:
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Let There Be Surf: Remembering the First Decade at DFW SURF
We Did It! “Is that a surfboard?” they asked; “looks like your boat has a flat tire,” they said, “you can do yoga on a paddleboard?” 10 years later and you might be the one who is crazy if you do not know what is happening on the lakes in your backyard.
DFW Surf would not have been possible without our amazing team of professional coaches, athletes and surf-bassadors. Determination For Watersports near Dallas, Texas. We were determined to pioneer a new branch of watersports aka inland surf sports- wakesurfing and stand up paddle boarding. Year after year we got one more person to get on board and “drink the kool aid” as we called it. This could not have been possible without the “kings of kool,” “lake rats,” “surf snobs” aka the DFW Surf Crew | Team DFW Surf.
Me + You: This photo album is dedicated to all of those special moments on the water. Wakesurfing and stand up paddle are, most importantly, social sports that can not happen without me and you. Special thanks to all of our customers over the years and a huge thanks to all of our DFW Surf Club members. So many great relationships, so many good times … on the water with each other. Community.
We remember, R.I.P, the first ever inland floating surf shop in the U.S- The DFW Surf Shop on Lake Lewisville at Pier 121 Marina. After the great flood of 2015 we moved our surf shop to a new location just north to Hidden Cove Park and Marina.
DFW Surf Club- Brazos River Camping Trip
What a year for DFW Surf Club with over 50 new members who love to be on the water. We have new members from all over the metroplex who, on the average, make it out to one of our lakeside locations at least once a week. Trying something new is what life is all about and that is just what we did over the weekend as we headed south for our annual camping trip. In the morning we met just west of Waco on the beautiful Brazos River; here we started our paddle journey to the famous white cliffs of Lover’s Leap. From there we ventured down the river where we finished our journey for lunch at Manny’s on the lake. Round 2 of the trip we hopped on the infamous 52 Foot Sea Ray thanks to Captain Michael Wilson and Waco River Charters.