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Stoney Point on Lake Superior northeast of Duluth Friday afternoon. Clint Austin| Forum News Service

Surfers seek perfect wave on Lake Superior

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DULUTH — Waves as tall as double-decker buses were cracking against the massive rocks of Stoney Point. No one dared paddle into that water.

But the storm swells in the next bay over, called Boulders break, were just right. And that’s what brought more than a dozen surfers to Lake Superior and Duluth this week just as many storms do. When most people are taking shelter from the storm, these athletes are rushing into it, looking for the perfect wave.

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