A couple times now,in winter, I've driven past Howe Sound towards Squamish/Whistler and there was a pretty potent wind funneling down the sound. I am assuming it's a catabatic from the mountains that hits water in Squamish and waves look strongest in the funnel between Anvil and the mainland. So, a 3 pronged question....... #1 How predictable is this wind? It appears the winter winds run opposite of summer winds, since Howe Sound Downwind race run in summer is ran towards squamish. #2 if anybody has done this,is it as fun as it looks? ( I fully realize the water would be very cold,so a decent roll is a must...) #3 Would anybody wanna do it? I figure shuttling with 2 cars is by far the best option, say Britannia beach to Lions bay,or so?