It kind of depends on your size and your biggest sail. Lake hodges can be
good but you need a big sail and board. If you are under 170 your 278 and a
7.5 might work. If you are heavier you will need 140 -180 liter board and a
8.5 or more.
Rauls just south of Rosorita in Northern Baja regularly gets 15 to 25 in the
peak summer months with nice smooth swells and sometimes good waves. Be sure
to learn more about this site before you go there though.
I live in North San Diego County and sail Cabrillo or Seal beach in L.A.
often in the summer. It is a 1.5 hour drive but worth it to sail on 5.5 8 out
of 10 times (I am 210lbs)
Now that spring is here Isabella Lake in Kern County (4 hour drive) is the
most consistantly windy spot in the state. Check the Call of the Wind site
archives. I went for my season opener last weekend and sailed 2 solid days on
6.5 and 5.5. Very rustic camping on the beach next to the water.
To sum it up, Your equipment will decide for you where to go.
Feel free to e-mail me dirrectly for more details.
> Any recommendations to where I get enough wind to sail my F2 278 Axxis
> within or closest to San Diego County would be much appreciated.
> I have heard a little about BAJA sometimes Mission bay gets enough wind.
> I'm experiencing withdrawals
> I'm spoiled though, because I used to sail in the gorge all the time
> travelling from my old home Seattle.
> Windless in San Diego.
> Please no spam
> MJ Day -Heatwave Media Group
> San Diego, CA. USA