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Topic: Wake Surfing, why chase waves when you can create them?

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Devin

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Wake Surfing, why chase waves when you can create them?

« on: July 11 2007 15:07:00 »

Hey, my friends and I have been trying to surf behind our boats up at the cottage for a couple summers. It finally happened this past weekend. We found that if you drive super slow and keep a certain trim and arc of a turn going you can form a really small but really clean breaking wave right behind the boat.
Anyone else do this?
I'm using a 6'8" narrow surf board but I've seen it online and people use board specifically made for it. I don't feel like shelling out $600 bucks.
I guess this isn't really a question, I'm just interested in how other people do it.
Even though we can surf all we want now, I still can't wait for NC this year!

Devin




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